How do I choose my perfect giclée print partner?
Start by asking around, talk to other artists or photographers that have had giclée prints made. How did they get on with the process? Were there any problems? What did the printer do if they went to pick up the prints and they didn't like them? (With adequate proofing of new work before going to print, this last problem should never happen, but choose the wrong print partner and it just might).
Once you've either got a recommendation for a printer to use, or you have looked around the the internet and found one or more possibilities you should always make an appointment to go and see the printer. If you've been recommended to a printer then you might want to ask the person who recommended them to go along to the initial meeting with you. This may help you to make sure that you ask all the right questions and gather all the information that you are going to need.
With many years experience of image handling gained in the traditional photographic darkrooms behind them, Gary and Bob have transferred their knowledge and skills to the digital arena. photoArt GB prides itself in the level of personal friendly service provided, and we're always happy to talk through your specific requirements with you, tailoring our services to each individual clients needs.