We still use a Darkroom
The rest is just science. After “exciting” the chemicals in the paper’s emulsion the paper moves through a warm RA4 chemical bath which activates and seals the colors. Because the light exposure head floats over the paper there is no machine vibration to degrade the image.
Yes, we still use a Darkroom
Real photographs still involve chemicals and light sensitive papers so, believe it or not, our lab technicians still go into a darkroom to load the paper we use to make your photographs. Not only that but every time we change a roll of paper we recalibrate the machines so the colors in a photograph today will match the colors in a photograph sent a year from today.
As always, because your photographs are exposed on real, professional photo paper and developed by Persnickety Prints, you’ll be assured of the highest quality, dependability, and exceptional performance from your images. After all, silver halide-based color photographic paper has been around for more than five decades.
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