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Image-Grain
on Film

A speciality about which it is worthwhile to think about. In the digital photography and image processing succeeds to achieve soft surfaces, excellent sharpening, contrast and brilliant colors. Unwanted image pixel are no longer an issue. In analogue photography, the film does something else. It forms a graininess. Depending on how sensitive the film and how much he is pushed varying their size, shape and color structure of the grain. In my free work, I use image-grain on film as a creative and substantive means of expression. Therefore it was very important to me to find the best possible to represent the grain in the digital workflow. I discovered a method to visualise the spatial structure of the image-grain and to make it printable in large format. ... Henry Landers

The Technique

We offer a special process to screen grain on film in its spatial structure to make it visible. This is not a software-based solution. The method makes the film's inherent structure visible. The sample picture on the left shows a section of a rgb scans (Fujicolor Superia 1600) and on the right a section of a b/w-scans (Kodak T-Max 3200).

Both films were pushed under development. Results can fluctuate significantly and aredependent from the respective film and image detail. Therefore, a previous test is in any case advisable. The developed by Henry Landers technique includes the Film Scan ... as well as the further processing to large format Fine Art Print .... 

Image-Grain on Film

A speciality about which it is worthwhile to think about. In the digital photography and image processing succeeds to achieve soft surfaces, excellent sharpening, contrast and brilliant colors. Unwanted image pixel are no longer an issue. In analogue photography, the film does something else. It forms a graininess. Depending on how sensitive the film and how much he is pushed varying their size, shape and color structure of the grain. In my free work, I use image-grain on film as a creative and substantive means of expression. Therefore it was very important to me to find the best possible to represent the grain in the digital workflow. I discovered a method to visualise the spatial structure of the image-grain and to make it printable in large format. ... Henry Landers

The Technique

We offer a special process to screen grain on film in its spatial structure to make it visible. This is not a software-based solution. The method makes the film's inherent structure visible. The sample picture on the left shows a section of a rgb scans (Fujicolor Superia 1600) and on the right a section of a b/w-scans (Kodak T-Max 3200).

Both films were pushed under development. Results can fluctuate significantly and aredependent from the respective film and image detail. Therefore, a previous test is in any case advisable. The developed by Henry Landers technique includes the Film Scan ... as well as the further processing to large format Fine Art Print .... 

Fine Art Print · Giclée

13 x 18 cm 111,8 x 350 cm · max. 2880 dpi · 11-Color Epson Ultra Chrome™ HDR Pigment ink

High End Scan

Professional scans from Film- and reflective images · infrared chennel · 24 x 36 mm to A4 · Art Repro

Special · b/w

In the traditional photo lab technology, the b/w printing is a specialized field

Cooperation

laminations, framing and transport boxes - certified for international shipping

Quality - Durability

Museum quality · with a average longevity of ∅ 120 years and up to max. 200 years

Print Paper

For your fine art prints we use the following print paper from Hahnemuehle and Epson ...

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HENRY LANDERS | Call us:  +49 173 623 0060 | Email: atelier@hl-fineartprint.de

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