Established over twenty years ago, Spectrum is a professional imaging lab specialising in fine art and photographic printing, as well as archival mounting. We are proud of the reputation that we have established for ourselves, and are known for our quality, our passion, and above all, our excellent service to our customers. Our work has been exhibited in art galleries and museums the world over. What can we do for you?
Founded in 1993, and now nestled into a historic building alongside Hove Station, Spectrum have grown into one of the UK’s leading printing and finishing centres. Specialising in archival mounting, fine art and photographic printing, and offering Giclée and C-Type printing alongside a range of museum and exhibition quality services, we pride ourselves on the passion that our small team has for everything that comes out of our studio. Customer service is our forte, and if needed, we hold our customers hands from beginning to end.
The years have seen many changes in the industry, but Spectrum still prides itself on the bespoke service that we offer to each and every customer that comes to us for our award-winning services. Having worked hard to become authorities in our craft, we love to share our skills and knowledge with the artists that we work with.
Why I Choose Spectrum
“Having worked closely and built a relationship with the printers at Spectrum over the years, we speak the same language. They understand the look I am trying to achieve and I know they will get the best results from my images using the latest technology and their years of experience. Now that my files are archived at Spectrum my galleries can order prints while I’m shooting on location, and they’ll be waiting for signing on return from my assignment.”
From the blog
Spectrum Photographic is proud to present the first edition of the Debut Award, which will provide an opportunity for emerging talent to have their final degree work judged by a panel of influential photographic experts.
Don’t Look Back by Ori Gersht features three bodies of work: Evaders, Liquidation and White Noise.
In Bill Henson’s 1985, images of a suburban Australia and a deserted Egypt are juxtaposed and edited in a way to avoid any linear narrative or social commentary on the two countries.
I felt instantly drawn to Mary Jane's Giclée prints, I liked the pastel colour palette and I became even more curious after learning they were in fact reproductions of her oil paintings.