Fahrenheit Fine Art
Viale Andrea Doria 33, Milano, Italy
Opening Times: 9,30-13/14-18,30
- Does 35mm film development
- Does 110 film development
- Does 120 (medium format) film development
- Does C41 film development
- Does black and white film development
- Does X-Pro film development
Film developed in Jobo Autolab 2500 tank. Studional Agfa developer mixed at time of using to guarantee optimum quality and consistency in results. Using the main developing solutions commercially available, the baths are prepared just before processing to ensure optimum quality and consistency of results.
Choice of processing type depends on the film used and the final result desired, as well on any special request from the client.
- Processing roll film 135 and 120
- Processing sheet film 10×12
- Processing sheet film 13×18
- Processing sheet film 20×25
Hand printing in black and white using cold light, diffused light and condensed light enlargers, with dodging and burning. Ilford Multigrade IV FB paper or, on request, Maco Multibrom MBF, MBN and WA, Rollei Vintage 111 and 131. Prints treated in double fixing bath.
- Format 18×24
- Format 24×30
- Format 30×40
- Format 40×50
- Format 50×60
Studio Fahrenheit was founded in Milan by Gianni Romano as the culmination of more than twenty years experience in the field of fine art black and white printing. After working for twelve years in one of the major black and white laboratories in Milan and collaborating with renowned photographers like Fabrizio Ferri, Manuela Pavesi, Guido Harari, Joe Oppedisano, Lelli e Masotti, Alessandra Spranzi, Sofia Riva, Toni Thorimbert, Max Cardelli, Stefano Babic and many others, in 1997 he opened Studio Fahrenheit. The studio specializes in segments that demand maximum quality of image resolution: exhibitions, fine art publications, portfolios, fashion. A wide ranging experience also enables the lab to offer high quality services for fine-art giclée digital printing.
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