Geometric Pattern Design Prints By Root2Art
Polielettronica Laser RGB Printer
To produce prints up to 500mm x 7500mm I use a Polieletronica printer which exposing photographic paper using continuous tone RGB lasers to achieve the highest quality images. The print, in effect, is a photograph with a gloss surface which accentuates the high contrast elements I use in my compositions.
Polielettronica V Inkjet Printing
Do not confuse the above printing technique with an inkjet printing using photopaper. An inkjet printer produces an images from typically 4 to 8 inks, squirting tiny droplets onto a sheet of paper. Although inkjet printing technology has come a long way in the last few years and high quality printers can print at very high resolutions, I personally find the image and surface quality from inkjet to be inferior to the Polieletronica printer. The continuous tone lasers I use to produce my prints can produce each pixel at one of 16million colours without having to use multiple dots. The result is smooth graduations and solid areas without modulation or dotting. The gloss lustre is also not something I have seen using quality inkjet media.