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Indicate when placing your order if you would like a CD of the color corrected images scanned from your film.
First CD: $10.00
Each additional CD $5.00
*DVD available upon request $15.00
There are times that certain jobs may not require proof prints,
but you will want to view the images or show them to clients.
We offer the ability to have your cut negatives or undeveloped film
processed and scanned directly to CD, without proofs,
while still having the images corrected for color and density.
For unprocessed rolls of film, the charge will be the same as the
Film Proofing prices.
The CD is included.
For orders from cut negatives, scanning charges will be applied, per frame,
in addition to the Archival CD charge.
We offer three CD options:
For prints 11X14 and larger, the negatives will need to be scanned to fit the specific print size required.
Please note that you should plan ahead to be sure that you request the correct resolution for your scans to support the final print sizes that may be ordered later.
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Our fine art printing process uses pigment based inks. Pigment printing processes have been utilized since the middle of the 19th century. The image stability of pigment printing is superior to that of any other method of printing. Pigment inks excel in permanence. A dye is molecularly soluble in its vehicle, but pigment is not. Pigment particles tend to be large enough to embed into the receiving substrate making them water-resistant. The particle nature of pigment inks ensures their archival superiority. A particle of pigment is less susceptible to destructive environmental elements than a dye molecule.
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