Historical & Alt Process Media: Paper, Plates, & Film
"Historical Process" refers to the historical traditional processes in Photography prior to the standardization of the darkroom silver print. They include Platinum / Palladium printing (which is considered to be the highest standard in photographic printmaking), Carbon Print process (uses sensitized carbon gelatin tissue), Gum Bichromate, Cyanotype, Salt Print, Bromoil, Van Dyke, and Photogravure. These processes require the use of a printmaking paper and are usually produced by contact exposure with a negative or film positive with a sensitized emulsion that is applied to the paper or transferred to it.
Why InkjetMall carries these papers is because we are the exclusive distributor of the PiezoDN system. Our customers who make digital negatives and other process prints require a supply of these papers.