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World War One. Plane crashed in the rue d'Alésia. Paris, on April 5, 1917. Photograph published in the newspaper "Excelsior", on April 6, 1917.
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The size of the margins surrounding the photos varies depending on the size of the original photo and the chosen size of the print.
The representation of the margins on the site is given as an example.
The photos whose original format is square, are printed on vertical sheets.
Some images may not be available in large format prints due to the definition of the original photo.
The photosensitive emulsion is coated on a polyethylene support called RC (Resin Coated) which makes this paper particularly resistant to handling and stable over time.
The print is made from the digital file on real silver photo paper. The Durst Lambda imager uses paper with silver emulsion. The transfer is made directly from the digital file, by exposing the photosensitive support with red, green, and blue laser beams. The paper is then developed in a chemical process, washed and dried. This technology guarantees very high-quality productions and a traditional photographic rendering.
The RC satin paper 230 grams is only available for the format 24 X 30 cm.
The baryta silver paper is a paper on a thick cardboard support, covered with a sensitive emulsion and a layer of barium sulfate (or baryte). It is this mineral which allows the whiteness of the paper and its exceptional durability.
Today, paper manufacturers have adapted baryta paper into a modern digital version for inkjet printing. We have chosen the baryta of the legendary brand Hahnemühle.
Permanence. The permanence of a process is its capacity to resist the progressive erasure of dyes or pigments on a given support, under determined exposure conditions: quality and quantity of light, humidity. For Hahnemühle 315 gram baryta paper, the estimated permanence, coming from the scientific research of the professional laboratory we work with, is 110 years..
Our Black & White photographs benefit from a special treatment for printing on 315 grams baryta paper. They are printed on a new generation of Fine Art pigment inkjet printers, whose advanced Black & White management (ABW) allows to realize high quality photos with subtle gradations and an incomparable sharpness.
This true art print with very beautiful Black and White rendering allows to obtain a longevity and a richness of values which sublimate the photographs.
Solid and deep frame with a high quality black matte anodized aluminum profile.
Solid, deep frame with a real wood veneer on a high-quality aluminum profile.
Solid, deep frame with real wood veneer on a high-quality aluminum profile
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