This is exactly what you are looking for if you need paper for use with pinhole cameras and have access to a dark room for processing. The size of the paper doesn't matter much unless it is too small. This is 8x10 but can be cut to size depending on how big your camera is.
This paper is perfect for the dark room - exactly what I wanted for my Photography course. I wil definitely be using this paper for my senior project this fall. I purchased the 25 sheets originally for the class, but ran out of them very quickly. I would recommend purchasing the 50 pack or more if you're taking a photography class or are doing any serious photo work.
Ilford is a great company that has stuck by traditional photographers for years now which is really saying something. That commitment to traditional photographers really shows in the quality of this paper. I only use Ilford papers and i can assure you, they are top of the line with consistent quality, which is one of the most important aspects for me. The worst thing is inconsistent paper because there's really no way to be in control of how your prints develop when that's the case.
On a side note, I think I ruined a pack of about 100 sheets of this paper by accidentally leaving it in my car in the 110 degree summer heat here in Texas. I'm still going to try developing it and maybe get some interesting results! Could be interesting but don't make the same mistake I did! Keep your paper protected in the right temperature and humidity.
I am not a film photographer, so this is more for my daughter. She needed this paper for her photography class, and this was the brand her Professor recommended to the students. Once developed, her pictures were really nice and I could tell the difference from other cheaper papers. This one is definitely a more professional grade, and since, I purchased more for her use. Great price, because trying to find photography paper is hard to come by.
If your looking for a good RC paper, look no further. This is a brilliant RC paper. I used this for my Photo 2 class and enjoyed the quality so much over Arista. Ilford makes some awesome printer paper as well, and have made quality their top priority in all their products.
Works great in the darkroom and can make really lovely prints. 25 ended up not being enough for me, because *I* don't always make lovely prints (sorry paper!). Eventually bought the 100 pack. The finish is really lovely though, and it gets great contrast.
Where I live, the nearest photography store is like 30 mins away, and I needed the paper for school asap. I just came on here and found the paper I needed. Photography has always been important to me. Totally recommend it.