lambda prints

are produced using the Lambda process: an extremely high-quality laser print technique on photographic materials such as photopaper (gloss and mat), but also on Ilfoflex and Cibachrome, Cibaclear and Cibatrans to ensure extremely long durability and a substantial degree of colour intensity. Lambda prints of a single piece have a maximum width of 125 cm, whilst the length is a maximum of 50 metres for photo paper and 30 metres for other materials.

Hypermodern, state of the art; the Lambda print, a very high-quality digital print of cloth on canvas, printed on photo paper. This photo is so sharp that the thread of the canvas can still be seen perfectly sharply. A Lambda print is produced in two steps. First of all, an extremely high-quality 'photo' (i.e. scan) is made of the original, for which a special camera is used. We consider a digital camera with five million pixels to be quite professional, but the camera that is used for Lambda prints is a technical camera (actually designed to take shots for posters measuring 20 m), the quality of which is more than 1.11 billion pixels. A shot or scan takes 30 minutes and the photo becomes an enormous file of around 300 MB. Printing is done using a digital Lambda printer with a colour laser which places the print pixel-by-pixel on the photo paper, without a reduction in quality. A minimum of two hundred years of colour retention is guaranteed.



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