Option 301 Lambda print | Example!


Matt laminated Lambda print in sunshine.

Image copyright: Germ Wind.

Lamination protects but also takes away some of the original pop from the image. Lamination works better for B&W images. This photo of the photo is taken with my Sigma SD9. No edit in colors, therefore the blue is a little off from original.

Our Durst Lambda 131 prints up to 50″ wide by any length. This machine use pure color red, green and blue laser beams to expose light sensitive photographic paper for really nice prints.

At the moment we use Kodak gloss photo paper, matte is gained by adding a matte lamination. Maybe later we can use a pre matte paper.

Prints like this one cost $25 plus shipping. Size: A1, 23″x 33″

About Carl Rytterfalk

Welcome to my blog! I'm Carl Rytterfalk, a swedish photographer who loves everything that is interesting in the world of photography. In 2002 I fell in love with the three layered Foveon sensor and has since then been an addicted user of Sigma cameras. Though I use Canon and Nikon as well. :)
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4 Responses to Option 301 Lambda print | Example!

  1. Bob van Ooik says:

    Test reply to see if DB has problem

  2. It's back to normal. Very strange behavior before. hmm

  3. Mustafa H says:

    You do have a great deal here. Just checked and you're about 1/4th of the normal price here in Europe. And color & detail looks great on my monitor.

    I just need to find pictures worthy.

  4. some years back i was told square m costs 160 chf -around 120 usd. what is the actual price in europe with lambda or chromira or lightjet. durst theta 76( a multipurpose machine cost 110 000 euro-price from durst photokina). 76cm only. big enough for long panoramas. and they are really very very sharp. scanner integrated(6×7). still external scanner need for very long panorama-film. btw: chromira has quicker machines. maybe the older one can be purchased for low price. you will be much impressive. i did not yet have my panoramas be printed on one of the lasers but i will do asap http://www.3dpanimages.tk
    first my epson 4990-scanner must be installed properly. 15x enlargements are no problem from 120/220/70mm film

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