A high quality colour print made from a colour transparency enlarged directly onto reversal colour paper. The paper is unique in that dyes are incorporated into the emulsion on the paper instead of being formed chemically. This gives exceptional colour image brilliance. The paper is exposed to a transparency and the colours are recorded by complementary layers in the paper. A dye destruction print made in this way is more permanent than a chromogenic print.
Queen Elizabeth II
by Yousuf Karsh
Millie (Millicent Small)
by David Wedgbury
Sir (Bertram) Clough Williams-Ellis
by John Hedgecoe
Adam and the Ants (Merrick (Chris Hughes); Terry Lee Miall; Adam Ant; Gary Tibbs; Marco Pirroni)
by Allan Ballard
by Terry O'Neill
David Edward Jenkins
by Alistair Morrison
Sir Harold Evans; Tina Brown ('The Editors')
by David Buckland
by Chris Garnham
Brian David Josephson
by Liam Woon
by Barry Marsden
23 March 1995
Joanna Lumley; Jennifer Saunders as Edina and Patsy in 'Absolutely Fabulous'
by Trevor Leighton
Valerie, Baroness Amos of Brondesbury; Rosalind, Baroness Howells of St Davids; Patricia, Baroness Scotland of Asthal
by Robert Taylor
27 January 2000
Develop your art skills
Discover our BP Next Generation short films made by artists. Follow step by step guides in drawing and painting techniques.
Hold Still photography workshop
Reflect on your own experiences of lockdown through this easy-to-do from home, photographic exercise.
Draw Like a Renaissance Master
Revisit The Encounter exhibition and learn about Renaissance and Baroque drawing methods and materials.