Chromagenic prints

Marc Lizer

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Chromogenic prints or Chromagenic prints. Which is correct?

This is just a C-print right?

Now, this Chromagenic Light Jet Print.

Same thing?
 
Marc-
I may be mistaken, but I believe that a "Chromagenic Light Jet Print" is an inkjet print made from an "iris" printer or an Epson using UC inks. Whereas, the ChromOgenic or ChromEgenic (I've seen it spelled both ways) are "C" prints (photographic processed prints made directly from a transparency - without an interneg)
 
C-prints are made from a neg... Type R's are made direct froma slide. Well... at least it still was when I left the business twelve years ago. I've never heard of the Chromogenic ones.
 
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