Fine Art Printing
Photo-e-Scape provides archival quality fine art printing services for photographers and artists, whether it is printing for a gallery, exhibition, sale of your work or just to display in your home.
We use archival pigment ink with an expanded colour gamut. Designed for artists and photographers, this premium ink produces a wider colour gamut, delivering vibrant, long lasting prints that captivate and inspire.
Only the best archival quality premium papers are used. We are happy to discuss a paper type to suit your image.
Soft Gloss 325 gsm
Epson Signature Worthy Traditional Photo Paper
Designed to have the look and feel of revered silver halide F surface air-dried prints, this archival paper offers the highest D-max and a wide colour gamut for stunning colour or neutral black and white prints.
Textured Matte 330 gsm
Epson Signature Worthy Cold Press Bright
Designed with an elegant bright white textured surface, this 100% cotton fibre, acid free, lignin-free archival paper delivers a high Dmax, beautiful tonal transitions and a wide colour gamut.
Smooth Matte 330 gsm
Epson Signature Worthy Hot Press Bright
Designed for museum quality photographic and fine art work. It is manufactured from 100% cotton that is acid, lignin and chlorine free with ph buffering for superb durability and print stability. Produced in cylinder-mould for an ultra-smooth finish, it has a bright white surface that delivers a high D-Max and a wide colour gamut which is particularly suited to high-intensity colour photography.
29.7 x 21 cm
48.3 x 32.9 cm
59.4 x 42 cm
$15.00 Australia wide
Free delivery to Armidale and Uralla
Optional - if required
Basic Image Editing
How to Prepare for Printing
Prepare Your Image
Prepare your image so that it is ready to print, including any borders that you would like around the image.
We are able to do borderless prints but recommend that there is at least a small border for ease of handling and so that there is room to attach a matboard (if framing). The default border is 3.2 mm.
A good way to prepare your file is in the print module in Lightroom (or other photo editing software). You can select the paper size and borders and see what the image will look like on the page.
Make sure that your screen is not too bright (or the final print may look too dark). It is a good idea to calibrate your monitor, if possible. Otherwise, you may consider having us print a smaller (eg. A4) "test print" before printing to a larger size.
For an additional fee (see pricelist), we can set up the image to your specifications.
Export Your File
Most images will look great printed from a high quality JPG file. When providing a JPG file, do not reduce the quality or limit the file size.
For large prints, or where there are large areas of colour gradation in the image, TIFF files will usually produce the best results. Be aware that these could be significantly larger files when compared to JPG.
Experience tells us that to achieve the highest quality of print, we recommend saving to at least Adobe RGB or even the ProPhoto RGB colour space with a 16 bit setting.
If you have any questions about your file quality settings, please feel free to contact us.
Send us the File
Send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the details of your order and any questions you may have. We will send you an invoice and provide you with a link to upload your file. We ask that you include your contact phone number in case we need to discuss details relating to your order.