All C Type sizes / Lambda prints - 48 hours
Lightjet prints - 72 hours
All our C Type prints are produced on laser printers
such as Lambda or Lightjet: photographic printers that professionals have loved for decades. Prints up to 48” wide are produced on the Lambda
printer using Fuji Crystal Archive paper. Prints larger than this size are produced on the Lightjet
. Using Kodak Endura paper. These papers have always been valued for their tried and tested archival, lightfast qualities. Because our photographic prints are produced on laser printers, our photographic papers benefit from the lightfastness and archival benefits of traditional photographic processes that professional photographers rely upon. For information on all our papers lightfastness and archival properties, see Paper Properties in Technical Help.
Kodak Professional Ultra Endura Paper
120” x 72” Lightjet paper available in Matt or Gloss
An all-round winner for colour printing as it’s possible to print directly onto it from both film and digital media. Endura is a resin coated paper and gives us extraordinarily rich colours with great flesh tones, as well as the most intense blacks. It has top-notch archival quality and Kodak state print longevity is up to 100 years in typical home display and 200 years in dark storage.
Read more about this paper on Kodak’s website here
Fuji Crystal Archive paper
Fuji Crystal Archive paper uses optimized Silver Halide Crystals for laser exposure. Producing excellent prints from laser printers, as well as other digital exposure systems and conventional photographic printers, this paper is considered to be the industry standard for fine art printing, offering vivid colour reproduction ranging from subtle shades of green, to vivid blues and reds. The paper exhibits high image stability during long-term dark storage and excellent light storage stability.
For more information on this paper visit Fuji’s website here
Read a review of the new Fuji Crystal Archive paper here