We use a state of the art Epson 7900 for all our printing which offers 10 pigment inks including 3 different blacks ensuring a very wide colour gamut and neutral black and white prints.
Unlike most print companies we print your prints at the highest quality setting of 2880 dpi on glossy papers and 1440 on matte papers which ensures that fine detail is rendered perfectly and that colour gradations are smooth.
This is the same printer we use to produce all of professional landscape photographer David Fleet’s work to exactling standards and we therfore know the optimum settings to use to attain maximum quality, each and every time.
As a photographer I know exactly how important your prints are and I have exceptionally high standards with regards to the quality I expect of a print. One of the reasons I set this company up is because I found it difficult to find a print company that I was happy with in terms of paper choice, price and print quality, I was always forced to compromise and I wasn’t happy doing so. I don’t send prints out that I’m not personally happy with and this includes checking for dust and other imperfections on the print surface. Call me picky but I expect prints to arrive without these issues and i’m sure you do too.
Our prints are classed as giclees because they are printed on an inkjet printer. The term giclee means to squirt and it just describes the process of laying ink down onto the paper. This term is bandied around and often used as an excuse to charge exorbitant amounts of money for prints. Well that’s where we differ, yes our prints are giclees but we don’t think that means we should charge you a fortune for them because we have used a fancy term, they are inkjet prints of the highest quality and the ink used is suitable for archival/museum grade printing but we don’t charge the World for them. Our prices are set to be very competitive for the service we offer and we hope that will encourage you to use our service and once you see the quality become a customer for life.
The ink set and papers we use mean that your prints will last a long time, in fact they are expected to last at least 70 years when framed behind glass and out of Sun light, even longer for our fine art papers which are suitable for museum prints.