There are some exciting new options for printing Fine-Art digital prints.
By matching museum-quality paper with new archival inks, absolutely
spectacular prints are now available.
This process can now surpass the the traditional Silver-gelatin B&W
photographic print in three areas:
• Greater tonality.
• Greater longevity (permanence)…typically two hundred years plus.
• Greater sharpness across the entire image, especially on larger prints.
With these advances in mind, I have selected some of my favorite images
for reproduction using this new technology.
The images were all shot on Tri-X film in the 60’s, 70’s & 80’s.
These original negatives have been drum-scanned to large digital files.
Prints are available in signed, numbered, embossed, limited-editions of 30.
Three sizes are available: 11x14, 16x20 & 20x24.
(Several images are available in larger sizes.)