The initial stage in our canvas printing process is to receive an image from a customer (these are usually in a .jpg format but we can also work with many other file formats) along with their canvas size requirements.
We will carefully look at your image, identify any editing that needs to be completed, for example removing red eye, small blemishes etc. and then crop the image to the specified sizing. We also at this point will balance the colours to achieve the best possible print from your image.
Once the image is fully prepared we print onto artist grade archival canvas using a range of Epson wide format printers. Much is written by sites about the print quality of different machines and canvases but we still firmly believe that our set up achieves the highest resolution (sharpness) and colour range (gamut) available. Our inks are also the best available as is our canvas which offers basic water resistance (from accidental splashes etc.) and no cracking of the image at the edges at all.
To sum up our printing machines, technique and materials ensure that your canvas prints look the best they possibly can.
Metal Chromaluxe panels
The stunning results and the razor sharp quality of ChromaLuxe result from the sublimation technique through which a picture is not printed on the top surface of the plate, but the colours become part of the plate. Sublimation is a full-colour printing technique that involves intense heat and a little magic... A ChromaLuxe aluminium print guarantees phenomenal sharpness, depth, lustre and colour.