Knowing how to get the best out of an image is the key...

Give us a bad image and we will make it good.

Give us a good image and we will make it great.

Give us a great image and well, you really need to see the results for yourself. You won't be disappointed.

A good start point is the key...

Resolution can be a confusing topic. However, if you do not have a good start point you will be doing well to achieve a good final result. After all, you can't 'add' more detail later, you can only make sure it is there in the first place.

We can take your image as a digital file, a 35mm film negative, a film slide or an actual print, although this does have it's limitations.

So, regardless of whether you have digital SLR shooting in RAW, or an old faded photo the attention to detail starts here.
'Dialled In' quality is the key...

We only use top quality paper and canvas, much of it unavailable on the High Street, on which to print our images.

We have over 100 different 'flavours' to choose from ensuring your image is matched to the media on which it is printed. A 100 year old sepia photo is not going to look good on todays top quality gloss paper.

For most of our work we use and recommend one of the Fine Art papers for unbelievable contrast, colour and texture.

Whichever paper you select, we create a unique printing profile for it that ensures accurate colour reproduction.

Understanding colour is the key...

Colour is strange. It looks different depending on the viewing conditions, the media you are printing to and of course the way the printer interprets the information sent to it.

Using a system called 'profiling' we ensure that what you see, really is what you get when printed.

We use top quality genuine pigment inks for unrivalled colour and longevity and can print your image in sizes up to 44" by literally anything.

If you are looking for black & white rather than colour, you will be reassured that we use the renowned K3 inkset delivering fantastic transitions from black to white on account of its three different blacks.

Negative Image © 2021 | Privacy Policy | Site built by Chelmer Web Design

"How do you get the colours like that?"