11 Aug '17, 7pm

Good info here. Know your prints!

Good info here. Know your prints!

were originally used for advertising. Considered one of the most stable color printing techniques, they can often be distinguished from chromogenic prints by the paper base or stock. Dye transfer prints are made on fiber-base paper. These photographs have a rich color palette and occasionally there are faint registration lines at the edge of the image area where the three color negatives used in this process do not align. Popularized by William Eggleston , the technique has been discontinued.

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