Whatever your requirements I will work with you to find the best solution. The personalised consultation prior to the commencement of any printing takes my service beyond what many clients are currently experiencing. My goal is to create partnerships with people passionate about their work. To help them realise the vision that led them to create their images and allow that to be seen by everyone else.
Every image is hand printed. If we find a problem with the print we just print it again. We do not send it back to you for you to find an issue with it. If we find a problem with the source image we will contact you to discuss options. Our goal is to give you the best result possible and to remove as much of the hassle as we can. We are not here to pump work through and see what we can get away with.
I have been printing my own work since 2003, and producing work for clients from 2007. My ongoing pursuit of excellence in printing as technology changes keeps improving the results that are possible …. and adding to the quality that can be delivered to you.
We print on a variety of paper and canvas media using Epson Ultrachrome HDR ink sets for maximum longevity. Our printers can handle images up to 43 inches on the shortest side and canvas up to 40 inch on the shortest “finished size” side. You haven’t truly seen your work look fantastic until you see it on a wall at 40 x 60 inches.
Files can easily be uploaded through our dropbox service. Click here for the Upload Page.
And we have a blog entry with details on exporting files for the best print. Click here to read that entry.
Our printing is highly valued by other photographers. We are sought after to make prints for the prestigious NZIPP IRIS awards.
In 2013 we made over 200 prints for people entering in the awards and over 300 for the 2014 year. Our prints have helped clients win many awards and several category wins. Check out the IRIS Awards at the NZIPP web site.
» John Doogan Exhibition – New Zealand Landscapes :: We are very proud to have helped John create this magnificient exhibition… [read more – 2.5MB PDF]
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