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The Steps in making a Giclée Print
The production steps necessary to produce a giclée print include: photographing the artwork, implementing color refinements and corrections and providing you with a proof using the same inks and paper which will be used for your full edition. The production steps to create a Master Digital File require a one-time fee and is not charged when re-ordering additional prints of your from the Master File. A digital hi-resolution scan using our Phase One 4x5 scanning back avoids extra generations as when using film. Printing is digital-to-digital using special pigmented waterproof inks archival rated 100 years. A width up to 44 inches on archival watercolor paper or 100% cotton canvas is offered.

High Resolution Digital Capture (includes color correction and 1-8x10 proof) $50.00 for artwork sizes up to 11x17, $100.00 for all larger sizes up to 30x40. Sizes larger start @ $150.00

Transparency Drum Scans $100.00 includes color correction and proof.

Digital Files supplied to us. There is no set up fee as long as gamut values are in range and don't require extensive color correction, otherwise a charge of $15 per quarter hour will be charged as well as retouching if necessary. A quote will be given. Please provide a color reference, print, slide or transparency. Please remember the quality of your giclée prints are directly related to the quality of the digital file used to print.

Final high resolution digital files will be provided on CD with all completed work. We provide shipping with FedEx or UPS and we do not mark up shipping costs.

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