Tony Rowell Photographic Prints

All images featured in our website gallery are available as fine-art photographic prints. To order, please use the Order Form link on the page for the print you are interested in. Our sales department will contact you promptly to confirm your order.

Please keep in mind that photographic prints use different dyes than color plates in books and magazines, and therefore may appear markedly different from such published reproductions. The artist chooses to match them as closely as possible to the original transparency, rather than to any published reproduction.

Acid-free archival museum board matting and framing are priced separately from prints, prices vary accordingly.

Fujix Pictography Prints

Fujix Pictrography Prints with up to a 12 x 18-inch image area can be created from the same image files as Crystal Archive LightJet prints with virtually the same appearance, but a lesser, 16 to 20-year archival rating. The 12 x 18 maximum size is actually only one inch smaller than that of 16 x 20 LightJet prints, which have 1/2-inch borders for a final width of 19 inches. Both are normally mounted in the same size 22 x 28 archival mats. Like LightJet prints, these prints are created by a true silver halide photographic process involving exposure by color lasers.

We list our largest Fujix prints as 16 x 20, since photographic prints have traditionally been sold by paper size, rather than image area, and a 12 x 18 Fujix exactly matches the image area of our traditional Dye Transfer prints on 16 x 20 paper with a one-inch border on each side and a 12-inch width to match the 3 to 2 aspect ratio of the 35mm original.

Crystal Archive LightJet Photographic Prints

Crystal Archive LightJet Prints offer the ultimate fidelity in color, sharpness, and tonal range currently available on any photographic paper. We have introduced this revolutionary process of state-of-the-art image management and digital enlarging resulting in far more accurate renditions of what was witnessed and recorded on film than any traditional optical enlargements.

The most notable difference, compared to ordinary prints, is that LightJet prints no longer lose color and contrast with enlargement. Colors remain clean and saturated, like a projected slide, because digital enlarging uses the same numbers to control scanning lasers that expose photographic emulsion grain by grain, regardless of print size, instead of all at once, as in optical enlarging where prints get dull and flat with increased size. Thus a 50-inch print matches the intensity of a 5-inch print. Every print, regardless of size, exactly reproduces the chosen aesthetic values when exposed by LightJet 5000 laser output using a special Apple ColorSync profile onto Fuji Crystal Archive photographic paper. The result is a true original photograph on a paper that could also be exposed in a traditional enlarger.

Independent tests suggest that Fuji Crystal Archive prints in normal display conditions will last 60 to 71 years before noticeable fade, which is more than four times longer than the 16 to 20 years of Kodak's present papers or the Fujix prints made from our LightJet digital files that we offer as less expensive alternatives to Crystal Archive.

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Fine Art Prints available through Mountain Light Gallery
106 S. Main St.Bishop, CA 93514760.873.7700 fax760.873.3233
 
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