Giclée printing is used by many museums and art galleries throughout the world for its unique, painterly qualities. Images take on a watercolour-like look, with the texture of the paper helping to add to the overall pleasure of the photo or artwork. Images are taken on a more matte appearance, with deep blacks, bright whites and more bright pastel-like tones to images.
Due to the way the ink sits on the paper, they appear to have slightly less ‘sharpness’ than a silver halide photo print has, but that is the fine art print’s charm.
This high-quality photo printing technique is achieved with a combination of state-of-the-art inkjet heads, placing the finest micro piezo droplets of ink onto a variety of textured fine art, archival grade papers, for colour or black & white images or artwork.
Here at One Vision, we use Epson large format printers (LFPs) combined with Fuji, Hahnemühle and Permajet papers for all of our fine art photo printing.
This modern product is made by photographically printing your image, applying a canvas effect seal, wrapping it around a 2" block then framing the canvas wrap using either a high gloss black or white inlay frame.PRODUCT DETAIL
As one of the UK's top photo printers and photo frame makers, we understand that key to any photo framing service is ensuring you use top quality raw materials from the world's best suppliers, utilise precision manufacturing equipment and employ master craftsmen with years of experience to bring it all together. Our print and print framing...PRODUCT DETAIL
Here at OVI, we believe photo image quality is everything. We have spent the last 40 years updating and refining our processes, from unique colour grading, density and contrast controls to only printing on the very best Fuji gallery grade photo and Hahnemüle Fine Art Giclée papers.PRODUCT DETAIL