PREMIER FILM PROCESSING
DR5 CHROME E6 BLACK AND WHITE NEGATIVE
DIGITAL SLIVER SCALA BLACK AND THITE SLIDE
OPTICAL COPY / ARCHIVE
If you thought SCANNING alone was safe for archiving print and film works, think again...
Optical copy of B&W prints ~ dr5 processed copy of original prints. (Clients can even shoot their own art and send the film in for processing. CALL US, we'll show you how!)
INTERPOSITIVES ~ NEGATIVES - B&W: Old deteriorating or damaged film can be 're-archived' on to fresh film. Images can be flipped by process or by film recorder. Negatives can be copied via dr5 creating interpositive's - or run in a standard negative process.This service works together with our IMAGE-ARCHIAL & DIGITALSILVER services. All of these combine, along with dr5, the best copy and archiving for B&W in the business.
- optical inter negatives from dr5 chromes will produce hardly any generation loss due to the enhancement dr5 processing offers over standard B&W development. This is the method of choice for contact printers. Internegs can be 'same-size or enlarged. Clients can expose their film and send it in, or we can expose the film, rates vary -
- "interpositive's" are best for originals that can not be scanned. This method incorporates dr5 to produce an almost loss less negative copy - an interpositive - dr5 or e6 chromes can be enlarged to create enlarged interpositive's to 11x14. Clients can expose their film and send it in, or we can expose the film, rates vary -
- Copy-prints to dr5; for the best possible B&W optical copy to B&W film. Your shot film or we can shoot the work -
DIGITALSILVER:- FOR THE BEST FILM DUPE: E6, dr5-chromes, B&W-negatives.
- Images are scanned to the proper resolution. They are then output through a film recorder - CRT or LVT, 35mm ~ 8x10. A negative process can be used, or dr5 for B&W positives/chromes or interpositive's. See our DIGITALSILVER page for further details.