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Tri Color offers high quality scanning services to our photographers who use film capture and would like to take advantage of the many products and services available through our digital system.
Scanning is available for any film type or size: 35mm, 120, 220, 4x5, 5x7, 8x10, B&W, negative or slide film.
We specialize in scanning glass plates.
Different file sizes can be created specifically for any given output application. All scans are made at 300 ppi (pixels per inch) and sized to your specifications.
You should have a scan capable of producing the largest product that needs to be output.
For example: You have a negative that a customer may want to have enlarged to 16x20. We would provide you with a scan of 16"x20" at 300ppi, that would make a file of approximately 80 megabytes. We can use the same file to produce smaller prints as well.
High res. scans film are made at 300ppi and are sized to create larger prints, up to 30x40.
|Low Res.||Med Res.||High Res.|
|Negs/Slides||$5.00 ea.||$10.00 ea.||$20.00 ea.|
There may be an occasion with film where it may need to be
washed to remove dust, streaks or spots.
Negative Washing is available for $5.00
If a 4X5 copy negative is required for archival purposes,
they are available for $15.00 each.
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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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