|Images on this site come from the following sources:
- 600 dpi scans of b&w 8x10 inch transparencies.
- 600 dpi b&w scans of images from "Peter Milton: Complete Prints 1960-1996."
- 2700 dpi scans of color 35mm slides. Some of these color scans have been converted to b&w.
- 72, 240 & 300 dpi digital color photographs of the prints.
- 600 dpi color scans of the prints.
- The original digital Photoshop files (digital images).
The specific source of the image used for each print is included in the "Notes" section on the print's individual information page. The original source of some images is unknown. Please note that "Detail" images are not necessarily taken from the same source as
the primary images. Some details are in color while the primary images may be in black and white. Photographers include Dana Salvo, Robert Townsend, Steve Mann and Doc Mackey.
The prints themselves exhibit subtle colors. The inks used range in hue from blues and browns to black. Some prints are printed with an additional plate coated with a contrasting ink to provide depth to the image. The papers used in the printing process vary in tone from white to buff.
It is impossible to recreate the true scope and impact of Peter Milton's work using digital media on a web page. The rich visual complexity of the prints can only be experienced by seeing them in person. Look for a dealer, or public collection in your area. The "C.V." page lists public collections that have prints in their collections.
All images used on this website have been approved by Peter Milton.