The term LightJet is often used to describe a digitally-made chromogenic print. Unexposed silver-halide (AgX) photographic paper is temporarily fixed on an internal drum. Three digitally controlled lasers simultaneously expose the photo-sensitive emulsion on the paper medium (or back-lit transparency medium) with red, green and blue laser light. The amount of light from each laser varies to provide specific color and density values for each pixel imaged to the lightjet print.
Our Digital-C photographic prints are produced by master printers, leaders in digital printing with solid foundations in traditional photographic methods. Offering a wide array of paper types and a sleek, gallery plexi mounting option, we provide diverse choices to realize your vision. Digital C-prints are the gold standard for top image-makers and corporate clients alike.