The Corolla Collection photographic images are archival museum quality Chromogenic Photographic Prints (C-Prints).A portion of the proceeds from my Corolla Collection goes towards the Corolla Wild Horse Fund
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All my photographic prints are created utilizing superior museum quaility archival processes. In this case, a Chromogenic Photographic Print (C-Print). Chromogenic color prints are full-color photographic prints made using chromogenic materials and processes. A Chromogenic print happens due to a reaction between two chemicals to form (or give birth to) the color dyes that make up a photographic image.
Chromogenic color images are composed of three main dye layers—cyan, magenta, and yellow—that together form a full color image. The light sensitive material in each layer is a silver halide emulsion—just like black and white papers. After exposure, the silver image is developed (or reduced) by a special color developer. In this reaction, the color developer in the areas of exposed silver are oxidized, and then react with another chemical, the dye coupler, which is present throughout the emulsion. This is the chromogenic reaction—the union of the oxidized developer and the dye coupler form a color dye. Different dye couplers are used in each layer, so this same reaction forms a different colored dye in each layer. A series of processing steps follow, which remove the remaining silver and silver compounds, leaving a color image composed of dyes in three layers.Prints can be exposed using digital exposure systems yielding a digital C print. These are exposed using LEDs on light sensitive photographic paper and processed using traditional silver based chemistry. These digital systems expose the paper using red, green, and blue lasers or light emitting diodes, and have the capability of correcting paper sensitivity errors. -Original from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chromogenic_color_print