About the Prints
About the process:
These giclee prints on stretched canvas and Hahnmuhle Museum, 100% cotton-rag paper, are of the highest quality and are used by Rob Reiter, the innovative digital printmaker and founder of The Lightroom in Berkeley, California.
The high resolution digital camera used by Rob Reiter opens the door to higher resolution, through the technique of photographing the original print in segments, and using photoshop to seamlessly stitch together these frames, multiplying many times the inherently high resolution of a single frame. Thus, even larger than life size prints will retain the sharpness and color of the original. The Lightroom prints are of a higher quality than any previous technology has allowed.
** Giclee printing is a process that uses fade-resistant, archival inks and archival substrates to print on large format printers. Giclee printing is often used by artists to make reproductions of their original two-dimensional artwork for resale while preserving the original.