Exhibition Grade Printing
Prints are made under the direct supervision of photographer Stephen McNulty in our state-of-the-art print studio in Canton, Ohio. Stephen uses the same white glove treatment he would his own output, ensuring your prints are museum-ready. Our 11-color pigment inks offer accurate color reproduction and enhanced print longevity. Prints can last approx. 200 years in the photo album, 80-years on display behind glass (light fastness) and 50-years without glass (gas fastness). With dual 600 dpi nozzles, there is no greater detail achievable.
We have profiled and reviewed dozens of papers to arrive at the selections below, but if you have a preferred media please let us know and we will make arrangements to stock it, or print on your stock.
Prices are per square inch. For a quote on your project use the button below.
Gloss Baryta from Harman by Hahnemuhle . This is a true Baryta paper which has been refined for inkjet printers and mimics the look of traditional photographic fine art media. This archival paper has a smooth, white, glossy surface and can display an amazing tonal range, ideal for B&W images. You will be surprised at the depth and vibrancy this paper can deliver.
Inkpress Metallic Gloss represents an achievement for inkjet photo papers. This paper allows for vibrant & stunning prints that could have only been achieved previously in darkroom. The metallic high gloss surface on this 10 mil, 255 gsm photo paper results in prints that are sharp, vibrant and exceptionally rich looking.
German Etching Matte
Hahnemuhle German Etching – a white, 100% α-cellulose paper – guarantees archival standards. The mould-made etching paper features a distinct textured surface. With its premium matt inkjet coating German Etching meets the highest industry standards regarding density, color gamut, color graduation and image sharpness while preserving the special touch and feel of genuine art paper.
Intended for photographic and fine art reproduction complying with highest archival standards.
Gold Fibre Silk
Gold Fibre Silk from Ilford features a baryta (barium sulphate) layer with a fiber base that yields a wide color range as well as deep blacks and bright whites that imitate the look of chemically toned sepia, gold, selenium, and blue images. The paper's archival quality makes it ideal for use in exhibitions and galleries.
Use Your Own Media
Sheets or prints, we can print on anything! Even metal and canvas media (as long as it is designed for pigment ink printing). Simply drop off your media and we will return any unused stock at pick up.
Must be photo media 10" or longer on the long edge; 44" or smaller on the short edge. We reserve the right to refuse inadequate media for the safety of our equipment.