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Getting the high-quality print that you’re looking for is easy thanks to our top-of-the-line inkjet printers. To make sure you get the highest-quality photo prints possible, we only use archival pigment inks and museum-quality media to keep your photography work remarkably sharp and detailed. With plenty of sizes and finishes to choose from, your prints will look exactly how you need them, whether they’re for an art show, gallery, or museum wall.

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  • We do not accept returns on our printing services as all of our orders are custom and made to order. If you would like to cancel an order before it’s sent to production you may do so but once it’s been printed no refund will be issued.

    We will replace your print free of charge if there is any defect in the material or if it has been damaged during shipping. We are not responsible for any problems related to the quality of the image provided to us (i.e. dust, fingerprints, resolution, etc). If for any reason there is a problem with the print that you feel is our fault, please contact us.

  • Understanding aspect ratios can be intimidating, but it’s really quite easy if you can remember how to factor fractions.  Factor your width and height to the lowest common denominator and you will have your aspect ratio.

    For example, if you have a painting that is 18″x24″, then you factor 18/24 to its lowestcommon denominator to understand the ratio. Dividing 18/24 by 6, you get 3/4, or a 3:4 aspect ratio. If you have a 20″x30″ painting, or 20/30 = 10, which equals 2/3, this gives you have a 2:3 aspect ratio.

    Now for example, if you want to make an 8″x10″ print from a 20″x30″ painting, you will realize quickly that you can’t do it. You can have an 8″x12″, but not an 8″x10″. There are many other examples, but this should suffice in understanding the concept. The calculator will do the rest for you.

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