Giclée prints are particularly suitable for the reproduction of paintings. Giclée printing is a fine art digital printing method using specialist archival pigment inks and acid-free papers; creating prints that are faithful to the original and highly resistant to fading. Giclee prints are widely accepted by art buyers, galleries and museums as archival, collectable pieces.
Silver Gelatin Prints
Black and white photographs originally shot on film can be supplied as silver gelatin prints. These are made using the traditional silver process, which is based on the use of silver halide salts in a gelatin emulsion. Although more expensive than giclée prints, they have a unique quality, and if they are properly processed, will last for generations. The silver gelatin process is largely manual, which accounts for its higher cost.