A:Although the majority of our negatives are in excellent condition but some show the signs of aging from poor handling and neglect. These defects will affect the way the print looks. We remove as many of these flaws as posible, and will not sell a print unless we feel that the image overcomes these flaws. Any defects will be described fully in the photo's description. If you purchase a print and are not satisfied, return it within two weeks for a full refund.
A:Until recently, all of our prints were made in the darkroom directly from the original negative-the old fasioned way. I felt that this was the only way to get a really good B&W print.
New technology has changed that completely. We are now using a professional quality inkjet Epson printer to print our photos. With these printers, and special software, the result is a true gray scale (B&W) photographic print. We use only the manufacturer's inks and professional quality photo paper; the prints have an archival life of at least 50 years when framed behind glass or kept in an archival photo album. This is comparable to a traditional darkroom print.
Advantages of the digital prints is that a lot of the flaws in the original negative can be removed and we can also offer a choice of regular B&W or Sepia toned prints. We still make all of our photos from scans of the original vintage negative.
A:Sepia toning gives the print an antique look.The link below will show the same photo in B&W and in sepia.
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