Quote Originally Posted by DREW WILEY View Post
Let's just be grateful that most of Aunt Maude's vacation pictures have faded into oblivion, and also let us hope that most of today's artsyfied inkjet abominations will also fade prompty. Ciba certainly fades if subjected to strong UV commercial lighting or direct sunlight. It seems to be very permanent in the dark. The current Crystal Archive II medium is allegedly a lot more display permanent than Ciba, but
will probably start to discolor within several decades due to residual couplers, regardless of conditions
(except perhaps hermetically frozen). It therefore represents a good value. We all "fade" too.

Hello? Do you know anything at all about those processes?
And what makes you think the abominations are inkjet prints? Can you name the three processes?
And no, Ilfochrome prints do NOT fade or discolour "after several decades due to residual couplers" regardless of conditions.
Please check your facts and research before coming across as A diety on all things from Ciba to alternative processes. Not all of us stand convinced by a few things you have said here.