Do you have a test print process for artists?

Yes. While we certainly always strive to achieve as close a color and tonal match in ink as compared to original pigments in artwork, we also offer a test print approval process for paper and canvas prints. A section of the image containing key colors and tonal range is printed on the selected paper or […]

I’m an artist with an upcoming event, can I have reproductions made of my drawings, paintings and mixed media artwork?

Yes, we digitally capture and reproduce works of art in our facility for many artists. Under controlled lighting conditions, we photographically capture and digitally prepare full resolution image files which can then be printed true to color on paper, canvas, metal. We also offer wood print options, acrylic, gatorboard and foam mount options. Print pricing […]

What is an aspect ratio?

The term “aspect ratio” describes the width to height proportions of a rectangle. A photo with a 1:2 aspect ratio would be twice as high as it is wide. A 6″x12″ image has a 1:2 aspect ratio, as does a 24″x48″ image. An 8″x 10″ image has a 4:5 aspect ratio. An image that is […]

Do you accept ApplePay?

Yes, our card reader here in the store is configured to accept ApplePay, as well as Visa/MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

Can you mount my vintage poster/photo onto a backer board?

We can scan or photograph your items to make a very high digital reproduction from your original. The digital copy can then be restored, printed larger/smaller than the original, and mounted/framed as you desire. We do not directly mount, frame, modify or restore original items.

How can I find out my file’s image dimensions?

Proprietary file formats, (often ending in  *.NEF, *.CR2, *HEIC, *RAW, etc.), must be opened by an image application such as Photoshop™, Lightroom™, CameraRaw™, or CaptureOne™ in order to view the size information for the image. For standard file types; such as JPEG or TIF – In Finder on Mac: Right-click the filename, choose Get Info. […]

How can I check to verify whether an image file I have can be used to make a high quality print?

An image is considered “print-ready” when it is: In a high quality JPEG or TIF file format (and ideally has an embedded color profile (such as sRGB or AdobeRGB) Contains no special characters in the filename (#!^%$*@_/|:;’?, etc) Has image dimensions of 300 or more dots per inch for the print size you desire (for […]

I have some very old, family heirloom photographs that I would like to make into larger prints. Do you do this type of work?

Yes, we frequently scan or photograph heirloom/historical pieces and reprint high quality archival-grade copies. We do this for individuals, but also for museums, historical societies, schools, and even businesses. We recommend bringing the photos in to us in person if possible so we can see the sizes and condition of the prints and discuss your […]

I have a shoebox full of 4×6 photos. Can I get them digitally scanned?

An average shoebox can hold approximately 600 to 900 photos that are 4×6 or 5×7 in size, depending on the thickness of photo paper they were made on. If they are unframed and free of tape/adhesive residue on the back, we can capture standard resolution digital images of them at low cost. Please call us […]

Can you take an old beat-up photo and print me a larger, better version of it?

We offer high quality photo scanning services to digitize (and optionally enlarge) your images. We also offer retouching and image restoration services for print orders. For an accurate estimate of time and cost; please bring in your original so we can see the size and condition firsthand and learn more about how you would like […]