Most photographic print sizes can be ordered through our ROES software. These are silver halide emulsion based papers that require processing after being exposed to light. Color Correction is available for an additional $1.00 per file. Orders received by any other method than our ROES software will be charged at a higher rate and do not qualify for free shipping.
print_pricingThese are true photographic prints on professional grade Lustre, Matte and Pearl finishes using Fuji Crystal Archive digital paper. Every enlarger has been professionally color managed using ICC paper profiles. Listed below is more information on the three types of silver halide paper on which we currently print.Pricing
Fujicolor Crystal Archive Professional Paper Super Type PD is Fuji’s highest grade paper. This paper offers color reproduction resulting in accurate and vibrant colors with a “true-to-life” look. The finish is matte with the slightest hint of texture and sheen and is our most popular paper. Although it is called lustre, it is not a glossy paper, it definitely falls into the matte category.
Designed for such use as exhibition, advertising and other commercial photo applications. Fuji Crystal Archive Professional Matte Paper delivers rich tonal gradation, vivid color reproduction and lasting print permanence. Matte has a smoother pebble surface than Lustre paper has resulting in a surface texture closer to true fiber paper, making it a good choice for black and white images.
Fuji’s Crystal Archive Digital Pearl Paper marks a new era in the printing of high quality glossy digital images. Pearl-like crystals give silver halide color prints a specific Lustre, creating a distinctive metallic appearance, sure to capture a viewer’s attention! Pearl paper was designed to meet the growing demands for commercial prints and enables photographers to expand their customer print options. Wedding and portrait photographers will love this papers ability to reproduce flesh tones accurately while still looking bold and distinctive. This paper has a thicker base than the other two paper types with a very distinctive look in the lighter areas of an image.