All printing is done on Epson Signature Worthy and Legacy archival papers using Epson pigment inks. This gives the images archival quality of up to 300 years (Black and White on Legacy Platine). My default printing papers are Ultra Premium Luster and Hot Press Bright which suit most images and offers up to 200 year archival quality. The choice is yours from the list below and I can make recommendations based on your supplied file.
Hot Press Bright features an extremely smooth bright white surface with smooth tonal transitions and a wide color gamut. It has a matte finish and is suitable for most images. A favorite among fine art photographers. This is a default paper for my printing.
Cold Press Natural is a natural white (no optical brighteners) surface with a slight texture that works well for some images where a warmer feel is desired. It is a matte finished paper.
Ultra Premium Luster is described by Epson as the ultimate "every day" photo paper. It closely resembles E surface papers popular with darkroom printers and has a great black density and color gamut. It is suitable for most images.
Legacy Platine is a smooth surface, satin finish cotton fibre paper emulating the look of a traditional silver halide paper. This is the ultimate fine art paper featuring outstanding black density and color fidelity.
Print sizes should be ordered based on the desired longer dimension. Sizes do not have to match a predetermined aspect ratio (i.e. 8x10 or 11x14). The paper size needed for the print will be determined by the dimension of the image that will provide a minimum border as determined by the printer. This will give you an appropriate border for matting and framing your image. I do not print borderless, but a borderless final result is simply a matter of cutting the paper from a larger sheet size if you so desire.
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Turn Around / Delivery
Turn around time for most orders is 3-5 days maximum. If more time is needed based on the order size or available materials you will be informed as soon as possible.
Delivery is conveniently offered through Adams Art and Frame shop on Fritchey Street in Colonial Park (across from the Colonial Park Shopping Center behind the McDonalds). Other arrangements can be made depending on your location and needs.
Preparing Images for Printing
You are responsible for the content, contrast and color of your images. If I detect any issues with a file you send for printing I will contact you with either suggestions or warnings before spending your money. Unless you have a quality monitor and pay attention to calibration I cannot guarantee that a print will match what you see on your monitor. My goal is your satisfaction, and making your images look as good as possible. See this page for helpful hints on image processing.
Prepare your images for printing using the following recommendations: