Each print is hand made on fiber based silver paper from film or from digital data through digital negatives.
This process allows to mix the precision of digital tools with the unequalled quality of true barytpaper print.
Each print is either traditionally enlarged or made through a "digital negative" which is as big as the final print. The paper is then contact printed with the negative and developed in the conventional wet darkroom.
The creation of the negative is made according to the client/photograph's will after deliberation with the printer in order to reach the contrast and structure required.
High-End Scan can be done from all negatives (24×36, 6×6, 4×5″, 8×10″…) on Heidelberg Nexscan F4100 : 5080dpi / Tiff 16bits.
Special scan from Super 8 or 16mm can be done with a digital reproduction system.