Digital Print Services
Professional, high quality printing and scanning.
No job too big or small!
Our high quality digital printing on canvas also extends to archival and photo paper. Staff with comprehensive digital printing and Photoshop experience can advise on the most suitable print materials and techniques based on your requirements.
For a professional, high quality print it is essential to start with a high quality digital file. This is achieved with our high resolution scanners, ensuring a result of accurate colour balance and image clarity. Whether your item is an old faded photo requiring a simple colour balance, restoring old photographs to their former glory or scanning in Degrees prior to framing, it can be all done in house.
Limited edition prints are the ideal solution if you require "one off" reproductions of your own artwork for friends or small print runs for commercial use. Jubilee Framers will work with you to ensure your limited edition prints are produced to the highest quality within your budget.
Giclee, pronounced “jhee-clay”, describes the process of making fine art printed artwork or photograph with a high quality digital inkjet printer. Prints are produced on a specialist textured artist quality paper that weighs at least 230gsm and is highly durable, reproducing the tones and colours of the original painting as faithfully as possible.
Photos on Canvas
We offer an in-house printing service. It’s as easy as bringing in your family favourites as a digital file or photo, which we can enlarge up to 100 cm x 150cm and print onto canvas. Large canvases can make a great statement in your home. Whether you would like suggestions on photo wall layouts or have the grand, creative ideas needing to be turned into reality, our team can help you. We specialise in stretching canvas to high quality stretcher bars for that professional finish.
Differing from traditionally framed prints with mat boards behind glass, stretching a canvas around a wooden stretcher bar means that the edges of the artwork will be seen. To ensure a professional finish you can have a choice of finishes for the sides of the print such as a gallery wrap or mirror wrap.
Should you choose to frame your canvas, your framing options are many. These can include a traditional approach which includes a frame and slip or a more contemporary treatment with a shadow box or floating frame. With the art and quality framing techniques top of mind, the options are many and only limited by your personal taste.
The papers and inks are colour guaranteed for over 80 years.