TOM O'CONNOR  Photography



PROCESS

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I have both 35 mm film and Digital Capture images.  35 mm film images start with both negative or positive film.  They are scanned at a very high resolution of 4000 dpi.

Digital Capture images are captured in the RAW format so the software in the camera does not make any changes to the image.  The RAW images have much more information and give me ultimate control to achieve the highest quality and most realistic looking prints possible.

All images are then processed on the computer to bring out the light, look and feel of the scene as I remember it. 

I do all of my own printing up to 24" x 90-1/2" using Epson Ultra Chrome inks on Epson paper.   These prints have a life of approximately 76 years, which exceeds Fujicolor Crystal Archive prints of approximately 60 years.  For prints larger than 24" x 90-1/2" I have the same process, inks and paper used at a top imaging company, using my actual files for consistent quality.





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