About Our Giclée Prints
Giclée Photograph Prints
Each of our photographs is an original digital image or giclée (zhee-klay). The term "giclée print" connotes an elevation in printmaking technology where images are captured with high resolution digital cameras and printed with archival quality inks onto various substrates including canvas, fine art, and photo-base paper. The giclée printing process provides better color accuracy than other means of reproduction. Digital images can be reproduced to almost any size and will not deteriorate in quality such as negatives and film because the information is archived digitally. Our photograph quality and color accuracy remains consistent from the first print to your print. We print with HP Vivera pigment inks that have a Lightfastness rating of approximately 200 years. Combined with Epson Ultra Luster Premium Photography Paper, Epson Textured 100% Cotton Rag Fine Art or HP Professional Matte Canvas, our photographs are water resistant. When you purchase one of our photographs, you will own a print which will last for future generations.
Fine Art and Digital Oil Giclée Prints
Hear2heaL PhotoArt has grown into a collaborative gallery, featuring works of art and photography from a multitude of gifted artists and photographers. Photographers bring their original or edited digital file and the artists bring in their original paintings or drawings to the Hear2heaL PhotoArt gallery for consideration into our online catalog and gallery print bins. Digital capture of the artist's original work of art takes place in the studio. The captures are then screened for sharpness and edited for color, clarity and contrast. We print with HP Vivera pigment inks that have a Lightfastness rating of approximately 200 years. Epson Ultra Luster Premium Photography Paper, Epson Textured 100% Cotton Rag Fine Art Paper or HP Professional Matte Canvas is used in the printing of the giclées, giving them a longevity rating of 200+ years.
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