Print Types

Prints are designated one of two types, analog or digital.
Analog Photographs or C-print refers to chromogenic, a photographic process that works by forming a conventional silver image and then replacing it with a dye image. Most films and papers used for color photography today are chromogenic. 
Archival Digital Prints are considered giclée, inkjet printing processes that use fade-resistant, archival dyes (pigment-based).