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Re: Black and White - Is digital up to it?

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Originally Posted by Ricoh View Post
Paul,
Reading what Otto had to say, it does sound plausible. So what's the process digital to silver and do you know of any processing labs who offer this?
Ilford do it:

https://www.ilfordlab.com/

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At ILFORD Lab Direct our aim is to enable everyone to enjoy the finest quality black and white prints on true silver halide black and white photographic paper.

We believe there is a real difference between printing on genuine ILFORD black and white paper and prints made by other methods, yet in most cases customers are never told how their black and white images are printed.

We are able to print from all types of Black and White film or from Digital files, so however you prefer to shoot your black and white we can still provide true black and white prints with a consistent and neutral image tone that will last a lifetime. We can also process and scan your colour films if required.
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