Neill’s prints incorporate the latest inkjet technology: Canon’s 12-color, pigment-based imagePROGRAF iPF6100 and iPF8000 printers, which have 24- and 44-inch carriage widths, respectively. Canon’s pigmented Lucia inks show exceptional color, resolution and archival qualities; with custom closed-looped color management. The digital file is output onto the highest grade, photographic quality inkjet or watercolor paper, which is highly archival--nearly twice the archival durability of Fuji Crystal Archive material, and four times the durability of the Ilfochrome/Cibachrome process. The result is a combination of color quality and accuracy, print longevity, resolution and cost that is unmatched by any other process.
His photographs are signed, numbered, and are mounted and over-matted on white, archival museum board. For more information about Neill's fine art prints and editions, please use the Contact option on the menu bar above to email William Neill Photography.
Technique, however, is not the artist’s central interest. Instead, it is to ensure that the feeling of each print is true to his deeply felt experiences exploring the wonders of Nature.