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  • 384 megapixel large format scanning
  • Prints made using a ten color, explosive-gamut after-market pigmented inkset
  • Industry standard color management processes
  • Combined force of artists and technologists
  • We know color, and have the expertise to achieve it.

Our process—in a nutshell:

Our Betterlight® scanner type is used by Museums throughout the world to digitally capture their precious art.

Canon®, Nikon®, Hasselblad®, Sony®, Mamiya® cameras are used by professional photographers for, uh... well, they are used for photography.

A camera-mounted scan is more than a digital photo. It is the most detailed, color-faithful art reproduction process ever.

The proof is in the printing:

"Frida a la Bohemia" ©2011, Acrylic on Canvas, by Lizbeth Ortiz of Houston, Texas. Jennifer is showing the artist proof next to the original.


We offer Archival Quality Fine Art Canvas and Paper:
  • Hahnemuhle
  • Fredrix
  • Sunset by LexJet
  • Breathing Color
  • And others brands and types as demand dictates
  • Because we create our own profiles in-house, we are able to print on any inkjet substrate and maintain color accuracy for each individual printer.


  • Most all of the substrates offered are certified by the Fine Art Trade Guild for print permanence and longevity.

We Conform to Industry Standard Color Management Practices

Color Management

We use a color-managed workflow to ensure the colors in your digital files are industry standard and repeatable in color managed print shops across the world.

This means your colors can be accurately reproduced throughout the world!

Our work has international exposure.

We digitize artwork that is used in advertising and other nationally distributed publications that require the finest color-managed pre-press output available.

We have worked with commercial artists, national organizations and charities, museums, and publishers throughout the United States.

Giclee - giclée - fine art prints from our shop have been taken or delivered to North, Central, and South America; Europe, and Africa.

Our footprint may be small, but our outreach demonstrates our proven abilities.

"Sour Grapes" © by Helen Harger

...a few places in the U.S. where our work can be found.