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The term C print stands for Chromogenic color prints. These are full color photographic prints made using traditional chemicals and processes. For Digital C prints, the material is exposed using lasers or LED lights. Originally, passing color corrected light through a negative onto photographic paper or transparency film produced traditional c-prints. Kodak introduced chromogenic papers in the 1950’s under the name Type – C. The name stuck and ever since it has been a mainstay of the photographic lexicon.