In early 1989, while working as a professional photographer using color transparency film for most of my work, I grew tired of the poor quality B&W lab. I wanted to include “Black & White-chromes” to enhance my Black & White work. At the time, there was no quality way to accomplish this. I wanted the same controls I had with regular B&W. I wanted to deliver stunning archival B&W images without the cost and hassle of negs+contact+prints, to save my clients money and time. With the onset of digital post and not being wholly satisfied with the look of the digital image, especially for B&W, I also wanted something that was easy to scan.

Thus, the dr5 idea was born.

His Photographs

Digital scan of a photograph recorded on Kodak TXP and developed with DR5

© 2018 Dave Wood. All rights reserved.

Digital scan of a photograph recorded on Kodak TXP and developed with DR5

© 2018 Dave Wood. All rights reserved.

Digital scan of a photograph recorded on Kodak TXP and developed with DR5

© 2018 Dave Wood. All rights reserved.


His Link

DR5