Since the beginning of photography, one process has improved and replaced another as quickly as it arrives. A cursory look at the history of the medium verifies this trend and the process that appears to be “the next big thing” is based upon an image file that is worked upon in the “dry darkroom” of PhotoShop, custom profiled with specific carbon based (archival) inks and rag papers, and printed out on a ink jet printer at home or in the studio. The results, when calibrated with professional grade software, are equal to, and often surpass, the best print that you could hope to produce in a traditional wet lab. The results are archival and the learning curve is fairly smooth for anyone with an average knowledge of digital imaging.