Images are shot either with a Technorama 6 x 12 panoramic camera, or a Hasselblad digital, or Canon digital camera.
They are captured in rgb, originally on film, and more recently, digitally. They are then scanned and converted to B&W in Photoshop. This process allows minute control over the channel detail during the rgb-b&w transition.
They are printed in large format on Hahnemuhle watercolor paper guaranteed to be fade free for 100 years using four or seven tone carbon pigment inks or Epson Ultrachrome inks.