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Tirage à destruction de colorants

A dye destruction print on a polyester support has a unique aesthetic. The plastic support produces an ultra bright image, and the azo dyes reproduce the transparency's luminosity and depth of colour. When a RC (Resin Coated) support is used, the colours are softer, and the surfaces more varied, satiny and bright. The prints are similar to those obtained from chromogenic processing, but the print's dyes have a much higher level of stability.

Ilford's 2013 bankruptcy declaration signaled the technique's gradual disappearance.

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