Prints are produced using the latest professional grade, high quality, wide format inkjet printing technology, using 12 colour pigment inks with a wide gamut to produce subtle colours and precise details. High quality, archival grade professional watercolour fine art paper made by Hahnemuhle, St.Cuthbert's Mill or Crane & Co. is used. Other media choices include fine art canvas, high grade satin photographic paper or backprint film.
Paper choice is personal and very much a part of the final image. Some artists and photographers will know exactly what media they want whilst others may need some advice. Over many years I have made a lot of prints and tried a number of different papers so I am happy to discuss individual requirements and make recommendations or suggestions if needed.
No minimum order - from a single print to a portfolio of images, every one receives the same attention to detail and is produced in a fully colour-managed environment.
Prints should be allowed to dry naturally for at least 48 hours before packing so please factor that in when making plans.
Standard sizes are offered to make it easier for mounting or framing. Custom sizes are available to order, however due to the additional time involved and if media has to be ordered speciallly, there is a premium added to the cost.