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Charlie46227 May 10, 2007 7:51 PM

I know this belongs on a printing forum, but I'm a long-time (mostly lurker) member to this forum and respect the opinions here over some others so I'd like to ask here:
I'm looking to have a print made from a file I've created. I want it to be archival (pigment inks like from a wide-format Epson?) The image is 'enhanced' and most likely will have a 'painted' or 'water-color' look (using PS CS2 filters). Perhaps want it printed on canvas paper. Could someone please send a message to me privately if necessary as far as where online I should go? I know there are plenty of choices, so I'm looking for your experiences as to who does good work at a reasonable cost. I'm not looking for perfection as my system is not calibrated. In fact, I would appreciate a place that could correct if the color wasn't quite right (nothing major as I think it is close.) The original image is a 25 year old, faded wedding picture that I've restored and 'played with'. It's nothing major but I'd like it to be nice as they are close friends and neighbors.

TIA, apologies to anyone offended at OT.

Charlie

genece May 10, 2007 8:04 PM

I use these guys for poster prints and am very happy with what they do.....I am sure if you talk to them , they can discuss it with you.

http://www.elcocolor.com/poster_special.htm

rschofield May 11, 2007 9:48 AM

Charlie,

For glossy prints (which you may not be interested in for this project), I use http://www.ezprints.com/ and for posters (Giclée method), I use http://www.winkflash.com/


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