My kiddo got an email from the professor regarding which film and paper they need for the photography class. The film is easy--they'll be using Ilford HP5 (which seems to be ISO 400). The paper...that's another story. He calls it out as shown here, but I could not find anything exactly like it: Ilford Multigrade FB Poly Contrast 8x10 Glossy I'm figuring out that FB is "fiber based." I did not see anything called "poly contrast," but have seen "variable contrast" mentioned in some product listings, as well as on Ilford's own web site. Not sure if that's the same or not (or an old name for it). I won't have her buy paper on eBay (too much chance for counterfeit, unless it's from a reputable camera dealer I've heard of), but we're trying to find somewhere that isn't ultra-expensive. If prices are pretty much the same, we'll just pick some up from the easiest source. I didn't know if there was a good source I'm overlooking for this sort of thing. The school bookstore likely has the paper, but these bookstores are known for charging full list price on everything.