|size||7.5" x 11"|
|medium||Laser exposure onto photographic paper|
|price||$180 unframed print|
|print run||edition of 10, numbered and signed on front|
Lightjet Digital Photographs
Océ LightJet® 430 is the machine/process that prints the artwork.
A laser exposes the digital image onto light sensitive paper a fraction of an inch at a time. The paper is then developed, fixed, and washed, like any high quality archival photograph.
Fuji CrystalArchive glossy paper is used for vibrant colours and pure whites with excellent image colour stability. The final image is a real archival photograph.
The LightJet process creates images with very sharp detail and nice dense colour areas. The image has trully continuous colour tone with 300 dots per inch detail that stands up to scrutiny through the loupe as well as the naked eye.
The image below is an actual sample detail of the digital image at 100%, a micro view for the screen. This is the approximate level and amount of detail that can be seen with the naked eye.
|preview||Preview of the framed print,
as it might look in a plain black enamel frame with a 3" white
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