Frontiers of photographic printing

Researchers in this area are investigating how the combination of digital and analogue processes can produce photographic prints of exceptional physical and optical quality unachievable through conventional processes.  


  • The fine digital pigment print using advanced inksets and rips
  • UV cured printing on non-normal substrates
  • Printing archival images
  • Digital negatives using Piezography system
  • Darkroom printing using hand made and historical emulsions


  • 1 x Agfa Apurna UV cured printer
  • 1 x Canon iPF9400 wide format pigment printer
  • 1 x Epson wide format pigment printer
  • 3 x Epson A3 Stylus Pro 3880 pigment printers
  • 1 x Hasselblad Xi flextight scanner
  • 1 x Black and white tray based darkroom
  • 1 x UV exposure unit
  • 1 x black and white processor
  • 1 x colour RA processor


  • Alchemy Masterclass
  • Ping Yao in China
  • PhotoAccess Lin Richards research
  • Impact9 in China
  • Kevin Miller JCSMR
  • Clem Baker-Finch PhD
  • CCITW printing

Updated:  22 July 2015/Responsible Officer:  Head of School/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications