cibachrome

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cibachrome

(ˈsiːbəˌkrəʊm)
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) the old name for the Ilfochrome photographic printing process
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All were printed by Tepfer on Ilfochrome paper from Ektachrome slides.
Cibachrome or Ilfochrome prints are known for deep, saturated colors.
Remaining as faithful as possible to the slides, he does all his own printing in sizes up to 16 by 20 inches, using Ilfochrome (formerly Cibachrome) materials.
A pair of Durst Lambda units can print on RA-4 and Ilfochrome papers.
Above: Catherine Yass's Ilfochrome transparency Hema Malini 2001; Left: Fiona Banner's Stainless Steel Full Stops 2002; Below: Liam Gillick's Renovation Filer Lobby Diagram; Artists Fiona Banner and Liam Gillick
Under the right light, the Ilfochrome prints absolutely seem to glow from within.
He uses Ilfochrome for his processing - a unique traditional photographic process renowned throughout the world for longevity and stability.
Popular darkroom processes include silver gelatin prints, Type C prints and Ilfochrome prints.
Bochner's experiments in color photography--for example, the grid of twelve Ilfochrome prints of shaving-cream and Vaseline smears that makes up Transparent and Opaque, 1968, and the two Polarized Light (both 1968) C-prints--dramatize the peculiarity of the photographic surface in their muddying of the distinction between optical and chemical color and their demonstration of the interpenetration of light and dye in the constitution of the color photograph.
He makes his own prints - big, delicious color prints on brilliant Ilfochrome paper - in an old-fashioned darkroom.
This is more than twice as long as Ilfochrome prints, which were the most popular color printing method before the advent of this new technology.