What is your print process?
Our print process is popularly known as Giclée or high resolution Inkjet. We use Epson High Resolution Inkjet machines running archival aqueous solvent inks (Ultrachrome Pro and HDX).
What is a calibrated environment?
A calibrated environment is one where humans and machines are visually and functionally in sync with the true colours and properties of an image. This usually involves having standardised high CRI lamps to proof, accurate wide gamut displays set to ICC standards, customised Proper profiles to support media used.
With color management and calibration, a studio in Malaysia will see and print in almost the same way as a studio in Chennai or in New York or London.
What is "Media"?
Media is a broad based term used to describe the type of material used in inkjet printers. They could be paper, canvas linen, metal etc.
What is "Archival Media" and what is the "Archival Process"?
It is known that paper and other media degrades or fade or changes colours over time (a colour photo print from a chemical lab fades in 40 years, a well processed silver halide print can last over 100 years. An inkjet print on archival media can last well over 150 years if stored at the right temperature.)
How will my prints be delivered?
Your prints will arrive securely packed in paper tubes or paper boxes with suitable interleaving materials after having been out-gassed and completely dry.
Do you ship prints?
We ship nationally and internationally via reputed courier companies on your account numbers or ours. Courier charges, extra at actuals.
How do I send you my images for printing?
Send them to us via E-mail or by third party transfer apps like WeTransfer.