It's no secret that for many professional photographers, the transition to "going digital" has become a necessity, yet challenging in many ways. The learning curve is steep in becoming proficient with new equipment, terminology and techniques while still running an ongoing business. This is a key area where we can help our photographic clients bridge the gap transitioning from film to digital. Our staff combines the expertise from a traditional photographic education with imaging technicians from top ranked art and photography schools. This blend of expertise and perspective assures the best possible results in your print quality. We can often enhance, enlarge or make corrections to client files as requested.
Today, even "die-hard" traditional film users are impressed with the tonality, gradation and density achievable with giclée printing. Both black and white and color photographs rival and sometimes surpass the quality of silver gelatin or platinum prints. Also, the fade resistance and permanence of photographic giclée prints made with pigmented inks allow fine art photographers to create collectable works on watercolor papers, canvas, aluminum, fabrics and other substrates with museum archival quality.
Prints as large as 60 inches wide by 120 inches are very affordable and create new opportunities and products for portrait, fine art, and commercial photographers. Gallery wrapped canvas prints do not require any glass protection so large images can be enjoyed without distracting reflections.