negative or slide
is scanned at 4000 dpi, with a depth of 24 bits per pixel, then very
carefully spotted, cropped (if necessary) and given colour and
contrast corrections to match the original scene, using
the same calibrated monitor used
to prepare photos for publication.
developed from the raw
data, direct from the camera, then cropped (if necessary) and
contrast and colour corrected to match the original scene, using the
same calibrated monitor as above.
are then printed on either Fuji Crystal Archive or Kodak Generations
true photo papers for the ultimate
in photographic quality. These are more expensive than inkjet prints,
but the small difference is well worth it!
prints are individually signed and numbered, to ensure authenticity, (See:
About Limited Editions) and
then single matted and mounted in a simple, yet elegant, 11x14", black
metal frame, using tastefully
100% acid free matting & materials - to ensure a pleasing look and a long
life, for your print. Prints in
the larger 12x18" size are triple-matted, and mounted in a simple, elegant, 18x24" frame.
Glazing: Please note that
the glazing is glass. Inexpensive frames use some form of acrylic
(plastic) glazing, but the
lighter sheets tend to curl and distort the photo, while all grades
& weights tend to both yellow and craze with time...
often remarkably little time! Glass is more expensive, both
to buy and to ship, but far superior.
These are limited
8x10" or larger, will be limited to 200 signed and numbered