Inkjet prints are the most versatile and archival method of printing available to photographers today.
At FLOW we are expert in the many papers available and know how to make each one work according to its strengths.
Whether you require a single print, a short run of edition prints or a long run of value prints we are expert in helping you get the most out of the medium.
‘PIGMENTED INK’ OR ‘GICLÉE’ PRINTS
|A Size||MM||TRAD SIZE||COST EA|
|A5||148 x 210 297||5" x 7"||£20|
|A4||210 x 297||10" x 8"||£30|
|A3||290 x 420||16" x 12"||£45|
|A2||420 x 594||20" x 16"||£75|
|◊||510 x 610||20" x 24"||£85|
|A1||594 x 841||◊||£105|
|◊||762 x 1016||30" x 40"||£155|
|A0||841 x 1189||◊||£190|
|◊||1152 x 1189||60" x 40"||£235|
All costs quoted apply to 4 day turnaround. For faster service please add 100% · All costs and details on this price list may be changed at any time without warning.
An inkjet print, sometimes referred to as ‘Giclée’, is a print made with pigment inks sprayed on to a coated paper. The coating enables the ink to be absorbed accurately and to prevent it from spreading. The coating is often nothing more than calcium carbonate (chalk) or gloss papers my have a traditional Baryta surface. The coating enables the full expressive power of the inks to shine out without being diminished by absorption.
A print's archival qualities are determined by the combination of the paper and ink. The inks must be pure pigment, that is to say, pure colour that its not ‘fugitive’ (fades over time). The paper must be acid free and can be made of pure cotton or cotton and wood pulp mix.
We are happy to advise you on the various properties of the many papers available.PRICES
Some of the papers we carry as regular stock:
All our papers are custom calibrated and monitored continually.
We are happy to source papers not in our standard range. Please ask.PRICES
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