Photographic printing

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the process of obtaining pictures, as on chemically prepared paper, from photographic negatives, by exposure to light.

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Tetra Pak has announced that new volume options and advanced photographic printing techniques are now available on its Tetra Fino Aseptic packaging range.
The Eco Flexo printing process brings photographic printing to Tetra Fino Aseptic packages for the first time, providing greater opportunities for product differentiation and brand impact.
THE EUROPEAN Parliament's environment committee has tabled giving the packaging industry time to deal with a proposed European Union (EU) ban on perfluorooctane sulfonates (PFOS)--environmentally damaging chemicals used in photographic printing.
The 68-year-old photographer said he will be ready to explain his technique, an old-fashioned platinotype process that produces a much softer image than conventional photographic printing.
The combination of these new printers and archival inks not only gives today's most demanding professionals the widest gamut of archival color ink jet printing to date, but an almost infinite degree of black and white image control that rivals all other forms of photographic printing.
Quite simply, this printer with its Epson UltraChrome K3 inks will redefine photographic printing in the industry with the next level of uncompromising quality, ease of use and print permanence.
Extremely photographic printing can be produced at approximately 16 square feet per hour, while speeds for everyday "production quality" printing can reach about 87 square feet per hour.
Its products, including its proprietary ElectroInk, provide solutions for the commercial, industrial and photographic printing markets.
With Epson's technology, which has long been a favorite among photographers for photographic printing, we can establish valuable research and photo-quality output facilities that will enable our faculty and students to test, evaluate and create imagery.

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