you’re looking for high-quality, truly-archival fine
art giclée prints,
it’s a priority to select the right materials. This
is both a creative and technical process based on the nature
of your original work, the type of printer and profiles used
and the project goals. An example: If you're a water-colorist
or photographer--a very fine weave, matt canvas or an adhesive-back
fabric may offer a whole new dimension in output without sacrificing
the orginal feel and quality of the image.
This is an important part of our service, but we also encourage
you to check out the latest advise from experts in the field.
a bearly visible difference in the color bias of a near white
or bright white paper, for example, can dramatically change
the appearance of the printed piece. Printers by different
manufacturers also produce very different quality images depending
on the types and color range of inks they use and the color
mangement profiles chosen. None of these variables can be
freely interchanged under the assumption that they'll work
equally well, look equally good, or last equally as long in
one combination as in another.
This is why it’s
necessary to work closely with your master printer on each
project and see sample proofs produced with the materials
you've selected before signing off for completed work on any
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