All black and white prints are produced on pigmented ink inkjet printers.

The first step is scanning. This means that the film can be black and white negative, color negative, slide or transparency film.

Then, after a quality scan is produced, we can print on a variety of papers; luster or glossy photo paper, mat paper, smooth or textured art paper.

All of the things that could previously be done in the darkroom and more are possible in Photoshop; cropping, dodging and burning, density and contrast adjustment. Please give us your instructions.

These prints are produced on printers with multiple black and gray inks. The quality meets or exceeds what used to be produced on silver based darkroom paper.