Larry Moore

Larry Moore Limited Edition Prints available for purchase

$350.00

The Prints

Fuji Crystal Archive materials presently enjoy the highest rating for image longevity of all the photographic papers made today. The archival life is estimated to be between 70 and 160 years before noticeable fading occurs. This is by far the longest life span on any current photographic material.

The Printer

The LightJet® is a digital enlarger. It exposes photographic paper with laser light. There is no ink, and no printhead going back and forth, hence no banding, no grainy dot pattern. The color fidelity of LightJet prints is far more accurate than any traditionally reproduced images, and LightJet prints hold vibrant color, contrast, depth and sharpness in any size.

The printer reads the information in a digital file, then uses lasers to expose the image onto Fuji Crystal Archive paper. This paper has been tested to be more archival than other popular color printing methods. The LightJet has a 36-bit color space, capable of producing 68 billion colors, which ensures optimum control over the light source to reproduce color with perfect fidelity.

The color fidelity of LightJet prints is far more accurate than any traditionally reproduced images, and LightJet prints hold vibrant color, contrast, depth and sharpness in any size. The printing results are the sharpest, highest fidelity printing available today. The results are breathtaking.

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