A digital negative refers to a digital file that contains the information necessary to create a silver gelatin print. It is created by converting a positive digital image into a negative image, which is then used to expose light-sensitive silver gelatin paper. The resulting print will be a positive image that is similar to the original digital image, but with a different look and feel.
There are several advantages to using digital negatives to create silver gelatin prints. First, it allows for greater control over the printing process, as the digital negative can be adjusted to achieve the desired look. Second, digital negatives can be stored indefinitely without degrading, unlike traditional film negatives. Finally, digital negatives can be used to create prints of any size, limited only by the size of the printer.
We make the digital negative prints using the highest grade piezography inks from Inkjet Mall (USA) on ILFORD’s PLATINACHROME Digital Film.