When a photo is ordered standard it will be printed using a Lambda printer.
Within the Lambda photographic printer, there are three lasers, red, green and blue, which are merged into a single beam that simultaneously exposes the photographic material, producing the image in a single pass.
The photographic material is then processed in the same manner as traditional photography by developing the photographic material in a "wet" film processor.
It's photographic and the paper is light sensitive, the print of the image is in the emulsion of the paper and not on the surface!
All photographs are taken from the original negative or color slide
A certificate of authenticity will be added.
When a photo is ordered, standard, it will be printed using a Lambda printer.
Lambda photo print
A Lambda c-type print is a digital print produced using Durst’s Lambda machine – a photographic printing machine that uses three lasers (RGB – red, green and blue) merged into one beam to produce digital c-type prints on light-sensitive silver halide materials. Exposed paper is then traditionally ‘wet’ processed using photographic chemistry, in much the same manner as traditional photographic prints produced using negatives with an enlarger in a darkroom.
How do Lambda’s Digital Photos Differ from Inkjet or Electrostatic Printing Systems?
The Lambda directly exposes the light sensitive emulsions of photographic papers and backlit film (Duratrans), creating a continuous-tone photographic image. This eliminates inks and dot patterns.