These are non-digital prints, meaning no scanning or any use of digital technology is used. Although darkroom prints were the normal way of printing back in 1995 and earlier, these analog prints are not conventionally made in that the original films are masked in the darkroom prior to the making of separation films. The final separations too are masked when it is deemed appropriate. All prints are made and, whenever possible, signed by the photographer.
In the case of black and white prints the original black and white negative is masked in register with the negative, as in the case of the Louis Armstrong print.