Scott’s prints start with traditional color transparency film. Then things turn digital: each piece of film is drum-scanned and converted to a 600-mb, 16-bit computer file and dodged, burned, and color-balanced by Scott on a souped-up Macintosh. These files are then run through an Epson 11880 printer onto Ilford Gold Fibre Silk, a baryta-based fine art paper. This pairing of large-format film and digital control yields prints of amazing color and clarity.
Scott’s standard print sizes range from 11x14 to 30x40. Prints up to 20x24 are hinge-mounted on archival foamboard backing, then overmatted with museum-quality mat board. (They can also be purchased unmounted.) Larger prints are shipped unmounted only. If you have questions, drop us a line and we'll be happy to discuss your options.