What We Offer

We offer Color and Black and White Fine Art Printing for photographers and other visual artist that desire exhibition and archival quality prints. Digital photographs and artwork can be uploaded, sent via email or mailed. We offer personalized services and collaborate with the artist to produce the highest quality print always keeping the artist intentions upfront. Proofing services are also available for larger prints. Our custom prints are produced with state-of-the-art  Epson 7900 inkjet printers using Epson UltraChrome HDR pigmented ink on your choice of the highest quality archival paper. Epson UltraChrome HDR pigmented ink Joe believes are among the most beautiful print inks available today capable of reproducing fine detail, smooth gradation, dense blacks, and rich saturated colors. Pigmented ink prints are also among the most stable color prints available. The particular combination of materials we use yields longevity ratings exceeding 100 plus years before visible fading occurs. Our prints come with personalized service not available at commercial labs.

Collaboration with our customers is the key to our custom printing services. Only a museum-quality prints will pass our standards. Custom black and white and color prints are ideal for the discriminating fine art photographer that wants to spend more time making photos and less time on their computer.

Our process provides:

  • Consistent High Quality Fine Art Prints
  • Superior ICC-compliant Color Managed Workflow
  • Reliable Service
  • Three day Turn-Around-Expedited Services available
  • Exclusive use of Epson HDR Archival Color Pigment Inks
  • Industry Standard Archival Media
  • Museum quality process from start to finish
  • Fifteen years of experience in Fine Art inkjet printing
  • Personalized service and guidance for your project

Fine Art Printing Services include:

  • Review of all images
  • Selection from numerous Print Media
  • Cropping and Resizing as requested

Fine Art Printing Services Ordering Options

Digital photographs and artwork can be uploaded, sent via email or mailed. If decide to email or mail to us your order we still require that all the information requested on our online order form be included with your submission.

You can upload your image files via our easy to use Online Order Form. The form is self explanatory, of course, you can phone or email mail us with any questions. We will send you a confirmation e-mail after you have uploaded your files and you will get a full description of your order immediately which can be saved and/or printed. We will contact you by email to confirm your order. Normal processing time is three (3) business days to ship your prints or proofs.
We DO NOT request any payments or any credit card information for uploading your files.
Once we receive and confirm your order requirements and we will send you an invoice the can be paid securely with all major credit cards.

Completed orders are processed upon payment in full. Payment in full is required after approval of your proof print or acceptance of your order and confirmed by you via email.

All orders within the US ship via USPS or UPS Ground. Shipping charges vary depending on package size/weight. Your emailed invoice from us will indicate the shipping fees.

Alaska, Hawaii, and International Clients
UPS charges quoted are for the lower 48 states only. Alaska, Hawaii, and international destinations will be quoted at actual costs of packaging materials and shipping charges at time of shipment.

Shipping Alternatives
By default, the shipping charge on your order is calculated using USPS or UPS Ground. You may specify an alternative shipping method with UPS (such as 2nd Day Air, Next Day Air), or other carriers (FedEx, etc.), as well as International.

Fine Art Print File Preferences

We recommend the following file type and submission:

  • We accept TIFF, JPEG and RAW files
  • If sending a TIFF file, flatten your image don’t leave layers or alpha channels in the file.
  • JPEG files must be saved at 100% quality.
  • Convert to a standard working space such as Adobe RGB 1998, don’t send untagged files
  • DO NOT interpolate your file, send the file set to the output size without resampling
  • Preserve 16-bit data if native to the image source, do not convert to 8-bit for printing
  • Contact us to discuss your file prep situation prior to sending a file if anything is in question or if you need to confirm any detail. This is best done via email to avoid any confusion concerning your request.

Try to order your prints in the same proportions as your file to limit the amount of cropping. If your file requires cropping to fit the size print you order, we will use our best judgment in cropping your print and are not responsible for overly cropped images. We generally crop evenly from all sides. If cropping is a concern, you should crop your file first yourself or tell us what you do not want cropped out. We will do our best to honor your request.

File Size
200 – 300 PPI is best with a image size close to the print size you are ordering, but generally no less the 100 PPI. Look at your file at 100% of the print size you are ordering. The print we send you is only as good as the file you send us! If we see that your file is too small for the print size you are requesting, we’ll advise you.

We strongly suggest you review a proof print prior to final printing for prints larger than 13×19. We will provide a 8×11.5 proof print that includes a reduced size of full image and a portion of image printed at the actual size.

We do not modify or adjust a print files other then cropping and sizing without an approved proof print. We print your file as is unless otherwise requested. This will work fine if you have established your own color management workflow.