Hi! I just found some 8x10 paper-negative images on flickr and was blown away! So, I really hope there is someone here who can help me with some answers about paper negatives.. What paper should be used to get at low, medium and high contrast paper-negative? Fiber or Is RC Multigrade any good? Can I control the contrast of the positive with the colored filters in the enlargement-machine when contact-printing or is the contrast "locked" in the paper used for the paper negative? If I use RC multigrade paper, can I control the contrast with different colored filters infront of the lens when exposing? How about exposure? How do I know wich "iso" the paper is, or how can I find out? Are there "faster" papers that require less exposure, and/or is this something that works in combination with the inbuilt contrast of the paper? Is a "faster" paper also high contrast? And last, are there any great photographers out there shooting paper negatives that shares them online so I can get even more inspired? These are some really defined questions, and I hope there is a kind soul out there who can share some knowledge in the fine art of paper negatives. Thankyou!