New York New York

Silvertone had another successful in house exhibition by Elizabeth Olivier-Kahlau! For those of you who missed out here are some images of the exhibition:

P.s. These images are for sale, contact Andreas ASAP for a quote.

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MarkLewis

EXHIBITION @ SILVERTONE

Dear Friends,

I am very thrilled to host an exhibition at Silvertone with an official opening.
This is a first time. :-)
So please join us here at Silvertone next Wednesday.
We are showing stunning, very interesting images from Mark Lewis.
I have attached the invite.
Please forward this also to your friends.

I am looking forward to see you.
Andreas

7 Shades of Grey. By Silvertone International.

In contrary to most other printers, Silvertone uses 7 Shades of Grey for their amazing Black and White printing. Silvertone uses the ‪#‎Piezography‬ technique.

By using seven distinct shades of carbon based pigment ink, a grayscale image is divided into more divisible gradations than can be realized when using only three shades as found in systems such as Epson ABW and MIS Unitone, or four shades as found in the HP quadtone sytems.
Seven shades of ink combined with our proprietary profiling process produce enhanced highlight and shadow detail that exceed what is capable using silver-based or platinum-based traditional darkroom processes. Proprietary structure of Piezography pigments produce zero metamerism.

Image courtesy by "Elizabeth Olivier Kahlau” www.photography-africa.co.za

7 Shades of Grey. By Silvertone International.

In contrary to most other printers, Silvertone uses 7 Shades of Grey for their amazing Black and White printing. Silvertone uses the ‪#‎Piezography‬ technique.

By using seven distinct shades of carbon based pigment ink, a grayscale image is divided into more divisible gradations than can be realized when using only three shades as found in systems such as Epson ABW and MIS Unitone, or four shades as found in the HP quadtone sytems.
Seven shades of ink combined with our proprietary profiling process produce enhanced highlight and shadow detail that exceed what is capable using silver-based or platinum-based traditional darkroom processes. Proprietary structure of Piezography pigments produce zero metamerism.

Image courtesy by “Elizabeth Olivier Kahlau” www.photography-africa.co.za