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The DSI Digital Silver Print ®

  • Digital file exposed on light sensitive photo paper
  • Processed in liquid chemistry
  • True continuous neutral tone prints
  • Lightfast and archival
  • Chemical toning available
Custom & Value B&W Services

Museum Quality
COLOR Inkjet
Printing

  • Epson UltraChrome HDR ink and printers
  • Fine art acid free inkjet papers
  • Print Waxing service available
  • A Hahnemühle Certified Studio
Custom & Value Color Services

The Making of a Digital Silver Print

Scanning & Retouching

  • Negative and Print Scanning
  • Retouching, Photoshop,
    and Color Balancing

Print Finishing Services

Imaging Products

Infrared Camera Conversions

Workshops

There is no substitute for the quality of silver fiber based paper. The digital file has the same information as a negative. In the hands of a master printer, like at DSI, the outcome is the same.
Ron Rosenstock

News

New Ziatype Workshop with Anne Eder

This Next Level Ziatype Workshop will take participants through the complete process of making ziatypes with an emphasis on refining techniques.

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Optimum Permanence Achieved by DSI Digital Silver Prints®

Optimum Permanence means that Digital Silver Imaging’s Digital Silver Fiber Prints® meet the highest archival print standards. Our custom built black and white print processor produces consistent high quality results every time. We don’t take terms like “Museum Quality” and “Archival” lightly. At Digital Silver Imaging we are constantly evaluating our processes and materials for quality and performance. […]

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B&H Photo Profiles our Switch to Canon Prograf Printers

B&H profiles Digital Silver Imaging’s switch to Canon Prograf Printers from Epson printers.

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New55 PN Workshop with Keitaro Yoshioka and Sam Hiser

The New55PN Student & Instructor Workshop is a must for students, instructors or ANYONE interested in this new product. New55 PN just keeps getting better and better, and is becoming a viable option for a wide variety of photographic applications.

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