Old v’s New Tomoe River Paper
Posted by Lois Ho on
If Tomoe River paper continues to be produced, the new Tomoe River Paper will become a reality in the nearish future. I thought I would do a bit of a comparison between old and new Tomoe River paper and a comparison with Cosmo Air Light 75gsm. The Tomoe River paper compared here is the white 52gsm version for both old and new. Both papers are the same colour (on my screen the photo above shows one slightly different to the other, that's just a trick of the photo, they appear the same in real life).
As usual, with our paper comparisons and reviews, I will refrain from commentary and allow the photos to speak for themselves.
All photos are taken with a Canon 7D Mark II, Canon EF 24-105 f/4L IS lens in natural light. Some distances and focal lengths for the photos taken have been provided so that you can determine what it might look like in real life for you. I have tried to mimic in some of the photos the distance between my eye and the desk when I write, which is approximately 38-40 cm, depending on my posture (I am quite petite, so more often than not your distance will likely be longer).
The following photos have been taken with the lens ~38 cm from the notebook, focal length 65mm
The following photos have been taken with the lens ~38 cm from the notebook, focal length 105mm
New Tomoe River Paper
Old Tomoe River Paper
Cosmo Air Light 75gsm
All together now:
Larger, zoomable and downloadable photos of the above can be found here.
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