What Kind of printers do you use?
Depending on your print size, your order could be printed on several different pieces of equipment. All prints 20×30″ and smaller are printed on one of our Noritsu small and medium format photo printers. Prints larger than 20×30″ will be printed one of our Durst Theta 76 printers. These printers expose light sensitive paper that is then run through a chemical process. These are real photographs, not inkjet prints.
Photographic Prints & Finishing
It all started with Photo Prints. They’re still at the core of what we do and who we are today.
Our full service lab offers 100% color accuracy, quality-assured prints, and first-class finishing services. We value the perfect color match, printing true to the files you submit.
Our Photographic Prints have a longevity of 100 years in typical display conditions and 200 years in dark storage. Professional photographers around the world trust us to consistently deliver the highest quality archival prints.
We print our Lustre, Glossy, and Metallic photographic prints on Kodak Endura Professional Papers. We use Fuji Crystal Archive Professional Paper for our Deep Matte photographic prints. A variety of optional mounting substrates are available, as well as coating and textures.
Fine Art Prints
Three Superior Surfaces
We’re proud to offer three fine art papers, hand-selected for their superior quality: Torchon by Hahnemühle, Velvet, and Smooth Matte.
Designed for high quality digital fine art reproduction, all of these papers have a matte appearance with excellent image sharpness and optimal color density and gradation. The thickness and surface texture of these fine art papers provide both substance and beauty.
The Finest Materials
Produced to the highest archival standards, our fine art papers are acid-free, pH neutral, and made from pure cellulose. They’re inkjet printed with archival pigment inks that significantly enhance the visual brilliance of both your color and black & white images. These inks also have a substantial longevity that keeps your images beautiful for generations.
Smooth Matte is a 100% cotton hot press paper. It has the smoothest surface of our fine art papers.
Velvet is a 100% cotton paper. It has a patterned texture with a similar look and feel to watercolor paper.
Velvet has a delicate surface that is less resistant to scratches and scuffs than other fine art surfaces. Loose or mounted, these prints must be handled with extra care.
Torchon by Hahnemühle is a pure cellulose watercolor paper with a distinct textured surface. This is our highest quality fine art paper.
A Stunning Visual that Lasts
The brilliance of our Metal Prints is unparalleled! Using an innovative dye sublimation process, your custom images are printed directly onto high quality aluminum for a clean and lasting finish. Our Metal Prints show off vibrant colors in a way no other medium can. Your most captivating shots take on life-like depth and dimension for an impressive display that stands the test of time.
Your Custom Artwork Takes Center Stage in any Setting
Metal Prints give your home décor an ultra-modern feel. Brighten up any workspace with sleek, stylish, contemporary art. Create breathtaking scenes in a studio or gallery space. No matter where they are displayed, Metal Prints will steal the show!
Display one Metal Print for a dramatic stand-alone statement. Group any amount together for an attention-grabbing wall collage. We offer a variety of sizes ranging from 4×6″ to 40×60″ for endless display possibilities.
Fuji Crystal Archive Paper
Prints are individually opened and checked and professionally color corrected as needed.
They are printed with light on conventional Wet process Fuji Crystal Archive Photographic Paper. Chose Matte, Glossy and Pearl finishes. The Fuji Pearl has a glossy silver metallic finish that looks like a pearl.
Canvas Gallery Wraps
Canvas Gallery Wraps are printed on a PremierArt’s Generations Archival Canvas With a 12 color HP Z3 100 printer using HP Vivera inks and sprayed with three coats of PremierArt’s Eco print Shield protective coating. Wilhelm Imaging Research gives this combination a Print Permanence Rating of 250 years! Then the canvas is stretched over a 1.5’ stretcher bars with professional hanging hardware ready to display.
Museum Acrylic Sandwich
The ultimate fine art print display! A FujiFlex Crystal Archive Chromira wet process print (Silver halide printed with light) Sandwiched and bonded between 1/4 ‘ Acrylic on the back. The edges are machined, sanded and flame polished to a crystal-clear finish. Includes a French cleat hanging system or spacer blocks to stand out ½ “from the wall.