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August 23, 2022

The Difference Between Photography Prints & Fine Art Prints

Understanding the difference between photography prints and fine art prints is crucial for artists and photographers. Photography prints involve transforming digital files into physical prints using specific printing processes. There are different types of photography prints, including paper, metal, and canvas. On the other hand, fine art prints are made with high-quality inkjet printers and materials to achieve sophisticated illustrations. Fine art prints encompass various printmaking techniques, such as engraving, etching, woodcut, lithography, and digital printing. The materials used in fine art prints, including fine art paper, are carefully chosen to ensure longevity and quality. The Stackhouse offers professional printing services to help artists and photographers showcase their work at its best.
October 4, 2022

How Giclee Printing Is Different From Other Printing Methods

Giclee printing is a high-quality printing method that uses modern inkjet printers and archival pigment inks to create durable and vibrant prints. It is different from other printing methods such as lithograph printing, offset lithography, and digital printing in terms of process, color accuracy, and longevity. Giclee printing is particularly well-suited for fine art reproduction, while other methods may be more suitable for mass printing or temporary purposes.