Print Quality & Size Guide

People often get really confused and frustrated when choosing print sizes. That's why we've made it super simple for you, and only offer 3 very standard sized prints. Please read our very simple guide below to help you choose which size and paper type is most appropriate for you!


Print Sizes

We currently offer prints in three different sizes, chosen especially for you to make framing your prints as easy as possible. Please note that all photos are printed with a white border to allow for a mount or frame to be added. 

If you would like to order any of our prints in different sizes, or with different sized borders, please drop us an email and we’ll sort it out for you.

A - A4
Our smallest size comes in at 8.3" x 11.7" (210 x 297 mm). We print this size with a 0.5" border so the image area will be 7.3" x 10.7".  

B - A3
Our next size up measures 11.7" x 16.5" (297 x 420 mm) including a 1" border, meaning the image area will be 9.7" x 14.5".

C - A2
Our largest print measures 16.5" x 23.4" (420 x 594 mm) including a 1" border, meaning the image area will be 14.5" x 21.4".


Paper Types

Giclée printing on 308gsm Hahnemühle Photorag Paper

Favoured by galleries, professional artists and photographers worldwide, giclée printing is a fine art digital printing method that uses specialist archival pigment inks and acid-free papers to create gallery-quality prints with excellent depth of colour, longevity and stability.

The super matt finish of Hahnemüle Photorag makes this paper one of the most popular papers amongst artists, illustrators & photographers alike. The paper gives muted blacks with even colour reproduction, and excellent detail. The surface has minimal texture with a chalky smooth cotton feel which creates smooth colour gradients. It has a delicate surface, so we recommend extra care when handling. Photorag is suitable for mounting but its cotton texture means edges can fray if not carefully handled.

C Type print on 231gsm Fuji Matt paper

C-Type printing is a digital process where a printing machine exposes light-sensitive photographic paper to produce a true photographic print from a digital file. I use Fuji Crystal archive paper with a semi-matt finish. This is a great versatile paper that maintains natural colours very well, creating a detailed and beautiful photographic reproduction. 

Hope that was useful. Please get in touch if you need any further info. Click here to view our print shop.

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