High Quality Digital Photo Prints
With over 20 years experience of high quality printing and mounting for some of the most discerning photographers and artists Spectrum has built a reputation for quality, reliability and excellent customer service.
Archival quality C-Type photographic prints are exposed onto Fuji Crystal Archive papers .Our Giclée prints are printed using Epson UltraChrome HDR inks to create a wider colour gamut and optimum performance on fine art papers. We print to a selection of Hahnemühle, Innova and Ilford papers and we are proud to be a Hahnemühle Certified Print Studio.
Why Choose Spectrum?
- Helpful and experienced staff
- Online and studio printing services
- Wide choice of papers and materials
- C type, Giclée, UV and Solvent printing
- Colour managed workflow
- Gallery quality printing and mounting
- 20 years of high quality service
“Royal Armouries were delighted with the professional service Spectrum provided for our recent installation of Marc Wilson’s photographic exhibition ‘The Last Stand’. The team were extremely helpful, with specialist advice provided and the final product was of very high quality.”
Karen Whitting – Head of Creative Programmes
“Spectrum were professional and great to work with on the Brighton Photo Biennial. Exacting about production and understanding of the process involved in working with many artists on several different projects concurrently; we found the whole team at Spectrum a pleasure to work with as did our artists involved in BPB12, responsive, knowledgeable and approachable at every step.”
Celia Davies – Director
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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.”