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How are the photos printed?

The photos are printed using a chemical / photographic process, typical of conventional photographic laboratories. The files are sent to digital printers which impress, through optical technology, the emulsion photographic paper, this is then sent to the development through chemical baths. Digitalpix uses AGFA laser impression printers, with a resolution of 300 DPI (dots per inch). Thanks to its high precision, laser technology allows very high levels of detail and engraving of the photographic image. The color calibration system is constantly maintained through automatic tests, ensuring a constant and precise color rendering and is therefore the best guarantee of an excellent printing result.

The larger formats are printed with the best water-based inks and the most advanced professional printers. Our Epson® SureColor® SC-P9500 plotters are the first 12-colour Epson® large format printers and offer a wide color gamut with 99% Pantone® coverage. The new 12-colour Epson® UltraChrome® Pro ink set, certified by Pantone®, ensures uniform prints of exceptional quality, brighter and with a wider tonal range in both black and white and colour. You will be able to enjoy the printed products in complete safety, thanks to the non-toxic certification and light resistance, with a duration of up to 60 years.

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