Because it is a final product. You can touch them, feel them, smell them, you can take them home and they will last forever.
It’s art and first when you hold them, you can feel the value. They are classic and timeless. Your photographs will look way better than on any screen. For me they are like treasures.
It makes me so happy to see the finished work: in a passepartout box, album or as a wall art. I truly believe in that and I believe in the value I’m creating for you.
Printed photographs are even more valuable now – in the digital era, where you can see everything on screen. You can’t just scroll through or delete you prints. They can’t be forgotten. They are your legacy.
Fine art prints are printed from digital files using archival quality inks and onto acid free fine art paper.
When looking for a print that will last for decades then alway choose a paper that is acid free. It is the acid content in many papers that makes them turn yellow, brittle & crack over time. Our papers are all acid free and made with 100% cotton fibres, this ensures that your print will look as good in many years time as it did the day it was printed.
The printer I use for fine art printing are high end machines usually 12 pigment based Lucia Pro inks with Chroma Optimizer and therefore have a very large colour gamut. These colours when mixed together are able to produce millions of different colours. They have a colour range than is much larger than your typical large format printer.