Robinson Archive - Silver Gelatin and Digital Printing
Emboss pic 2 Our prints are available online directly from us, either through this site or through our store at online retailers. They are also available from several fine art photography galleries in the United States and abroad.
For digital printing, the negatives are scanned using Optical Anti-Static Scanning Fluid to ensure the highest possible quality and resolution. Once scanned, the negatives are digitally restored in Adobe Photoshop to remove any scratches or damage incurred over the last 50 years. The digital prints are created from these high resolution scans on acid-free Canson Platine Fibre Rag 310 gsm Ultra Smooth Glossy paper using archival pigment inks.
Emboss pic For silver gelatin printing, our processor creates traditional wet prints on Ilford photographic paper.
To restrict forgeries and to ensure appropriate provenance and authenticity, all prints from the Jack Robinson Archive are marked with a series of stamps and hand lettering on verso and a blind embossed Archive signature on the bottom right below the image.