We endeavour to use the very highest quality materials in the production of our prints to complement the superb equipment utilised and care taken in producing the image in the field.
All equipment used from the scanning stage to the final print is regularly checked and calibrated for colour accuracy.
Our Giclee prints are produced using museum archival standard papers and inks using the top of the range Epson printers using Ultrachrome K3 inks by a professional printing studio in London. Most of our Giclee prints are produced on 310g.s.m Canson Baryta paper (this Baryta paper consists of an alpha-cellulose, acid-free pure white museum grade paper, offering maximum longevity). Archival life expectancy: 40 years daylight, 200 years in dark
The digital C-Type prints, available in a matt or gloss finish as preferred, are true photographic silver prints using a finely balanced red, green & blue light source. Our printing studio use Fuji Crystal Archive papers with a minimum archival life expectancy of 40 years in daylight or 80 years in a darkened environment.