A Lambda c-type print is a digital print produced using Durst’s Lambda machine – a photographic printing machine that uses three lasers (RGB – red, green and blue) merged into one beam to produce digital c-type prints on light-sensitive silver halide materials. Exposed paper is then traditionally wet’ processed using photographic chemistry, in much the same manner as traditional photographic prints produced using negatives with an enlarger in a darkroom. Galleries and collectors acknowledge this technique as a form of art production.

This technique is used creating unique art-prints. If you are interested in one of the images from the archive or from the photo series, please contact the studio so we can discuss a personal approach.