Digital Chromogenic Print (C-Print)
Digital Chromogenic Printing uses digitally controlled LED's to expose an image on to a light sensitive layer of a photographic paper. This archival quality, light sensitive paper is then developed in traditional wet chemistry to produce an image that resides within the surface of the photographic paper, rather than on top of it. This method produces prints with a perception of depth and an exceptionally high level of color accuracy and detail. Digital Chromogenic Printing is one of the finest color printing techniques available and is used by galleries worldwide.
Print Sizing and Framing
All photographs are printed with a white surround to assist in mounting and framing. An 8x10 print has a 1.020in x 1.333in border and an 11x14 print has an 1.427in x 2.020in border. Prints may be framed without a matte for a more contemporary look. For a classic matted presentation I recommended using one standard size frame up from the print size (11x14 frame for an 8x10 print, 16x20 frame for a 11x14 print). Museum glass and a simple black, white, or natural wood frame tend display the print best.
Larger print sizes are available, please contact me for details.
The photo paper surface is mildly sensitive to scratching and finger prints. Please be mindful and handle the print by its white surround rather than the image area.
All domestic orders ship free. Prints are placed in archival quality clear sleeves and shipped in a rigid photo mailer via 3 day USPS. Most orders ship within 2 buisniess weeks. Please note - at times I am away for 1-2 week periods. Feel free to contact me prior to ordering for a more exact quote on shipping times. In the event the print is damaged during shipping a replacement will be sent out as soon as the damaged print is returned and inspected.