Archival Quality Prints

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We offer an array of high quality archival printing of client files. Serving Professional Photographers, Amateurs, Artists and Entrepreneurs selling print through online platforms like Etsy and Amazon etc.

  • You don’t need an account, just upload files and order prints. Prints may be sent to you, and/or to your customer(s).
  • We ship throughout USA and Canada. We also ship to Europe, Australia, Holland, UK, Germany etc. Various UPS options available.
  • While we specialize in large prints, most options are available from 5×7 to 42×96 and a maximum width of 54″ on our canvas prints.

Product Summary

  • Non-mounted prints. Glossy, Satin, Matte, Canvas. Shipped rolled up in a tube, or flat, depending on the order.
  • Gatorboard Mounted Prints. Prints mounted on 3/16″ thick black gatorboard. If ordered with hanger, ready to hang on the wall.
  • Mounted Canvas Prints. Canvas wrapped around 1.5″ thick stretcher bars (so they won’t warp over time). Ready to hang on the wall.
  • Framed Prints. Available with simulated mats. Ready to hang on the wall.

Key Differences between a standard printshop and Automated Photo Technology 

  • Our primary goal and business model is to produce high quality archival prints. This is a niche segment in the printing industry that regular printshops don’t cater toward.
  • In our industry, if you need a single quality print, no problem – our equipment is designed to produce single prints. A regular printshop might be able to get you taken care of, but they’re going to be limited on size, typically no larger than 12″x18″, and their ink formulation will fade over time.
  • Our inks are archival pigment based, and the stocks we use are acid free, allowing for prints to last decades (with the right care).
  • Standard printshops take ages to get to your work. We turn orders within 24hrs, and in some cases, can print and ship your quality print the same day!
  • Our pricing structure allows you to markup you prints and sell them for a decent profit.