We are so excited to announce that we are now offering Fine Art Prints, a huge upgrade from the typical photo prints we offered in the past. What’s the difference? Fine Art Prints are a luxurious, high-end paper option, hand-selected, and known for its archival quality, printing and finishing options.
Fine Art Printing
Printed through a process known as Giclée, water-based pigment ink is laid down in tiny dots on the surface of cotton or cellulose papers. With archival cotton rag papers and archival inks, Fine Art Prints will last for 100+ years.
- 9 ink colors allow for more accurately represented images with a wider dynamic range
- Deeper darks in the details
Due to the printing process, Fine Art Prints are more delicate than Photo Prints.
Traditional Photo Printing
Our photo printing is produced with a silver halide, light-sensitive paper, and a chemical process to develop the images. The silver halide releases the dye to show the colors on the final image. Since photo paper is produced with plastics and resins, they are archival for 100+ years.
- Printed with red, green, and blue emulsion layers (RGB)
Typically made with a resin coating, photo paper cannot be recycled.
And, the best part is, with a huge upgrade in the Fine Art Paper we now offer, your price stays the same!