chromogenic color print?!

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  1. maijha

    maijha TPF Noob!

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    hi,

    I study art.history and found a picture which was made with a chromogenic color print on Fujicolor Crystal Archive paper - but what does this mean? does it has any influence like super-brilliant colors or similar?

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    maijha
     
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    It's a bit redundant. Chromogenic just means color. They were probably trying to sound fancy. Crystal Archive is a common paper. "Color print" pretty much covers it.
     

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