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About the Prints

I currently offer Lightjet prints on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper. I still have some remainder prints in stock of Fujichrome Professional and Ilfochrome (formerly Cibachrome) prints from slide films and Fujicolor Crystal Archive prints from negative films.

Print Sizes

I currently use the standard American photographic printing paper sizes to indicate the print sizes. I should note the 8x10 print measures 20.2cm x 25.3cm. In case of full-frame prints, that is, the entire image of the 35mm or 2.25 films is printed, the image size from the 35mm is about 6 and 3/4 inches (17.4mm) in height with borders while image size from the 2.25 film is 8x8 inches (20x20cm).

I would be happy to adjust the image sizes to fit your need, thus accomodating the international print sizes or any individual requirement for the photographs of your choice.

Lightjet Prints

These digital C-type prints are the state of arts prints on photographic paper. The film is scanned first, and a digital file is made with appropriate correction. I have chosen Lightjet prints over Durst Lambda prints because it is possible to find a lab where they use Fujicolor Crystal Archive Paper with an estimated lifetime of more than 60 years.

Fujichrome Professional prints

These prints were made by hand from the slide originals at Regester Photo, a local Baltimore lab, according to my specifications. Fujichrome Professional prints are economical and yet have contrasty character of typical prints from slides. According to Fujifilm in Japan, these prints have very good dark storage characteristics without noticeable changes in color for as many as 50 years. However, they are not stable in strong light, so I suggest you display your photographs away from the sun always, and perhaps exchange one photo to another for display allowing the dark storage time for long-time enjoyment. There are several of these prints (my impressionist reflection and landscape photos) left in stock.

Fujicolor Crystal Archive prints

These prints were made by hand from the negative originals in the same Baltimore lab. According to Wilhem Imaging Research, prints on the Fujicolor Crystal Archive Paper are expected to last 60 years. There are only a few of them left in stock.

Ilfochrome (formerly) prints

I do have Ilfochrome prints in stock for most of the photographs on this website prior to the 2001 photos, but my stock is very limited, so please inquire about the availability by e-mail. Please have a look at my inventory clearance page if you like to acquire Ilfochrome prints online.

Digital Files on the Web

Currently I am scanning the original films, positive or negative, using the Microtek ArtixScan 120tf film scanner. All the photos shown in my Venice photo gallery and a majority of my photos in the church photo gallery were scanned with the ArtixScan 120tf.

I scanned the 8x10 prints in my landscape photos and Bach photos with the Linocolor Jade 2 fladbed scanner. Since the scanner produces a line with very contrasty prints, I am now replacing my earlier digital files with new ones made with the ArtixScan 120tf. I also have a fair number of photos scanned to Kodak PCD files. I guarantee 30-day money back, you can be rest assured in ordering a print from what you see. You can return any prints you have purchased from me for a complete refund within 30 days of your purchase.

100% Satisfaction Guarantee, 30 day Money Back Guarantee

I offer my customers 100% satisfaction guarantee, which means that you can return your purchase within 30 days of purchase for a full refund. Since I am not charging for shipping and handling, you will get 100% of your money back. Also up to an year you will be able to return your print for another photograph of the same size even after the 30 day period is over. If you want to exchange for a larger print of the same photo, you may do so anytime and just pay the price difference.

Update: September 20, 2006