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The Difference Between Pigment Prints and LightJet Prints

Q: What is the difference between lightjet and Giclee? Which is better quality? Thanks! ~ A. A. LightJet uses laser light to expose photographic paper, which is then chemically developed and fully cleansed to create the archival dyes that render the fine-art image. Giclee printing uses electrical impulses to deposit archival pigments onto fine art substrates […]

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Giclee Fine Art Printing – Getting a Great Print Part 1 – Photography of Artwork

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A Pigment print is a bit more than just an inkjet print. So what makes it fine art worthy? To qualify, the print must be achieved using archival grade pigmented inks on archival grade fine-art paper or canvas. While we love the look of the watercolor papers and canvas papers we don’t suggest using Giclee “photo […]

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How to Setup Your Digital Files

We want you to have the best possible photographic print or fine art reproduction with the least amount of difficulty. For an engaging experience with outstanding results, simply follow the instructions below! Recommended Working Color Spaces While we suggest that you convert to profile for all large format prints (LightJet and Giclee Pigment Prints) we […]

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