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Here's a look at what goes on in the Queensberry printery — prints, album layouts and canvases being created under the expert eyes of our technicians. Quality is paramount to us. Queensberry print makers Chris and Alex chat about some of our print options, and their own hands-on, eyes-on approach.

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Printing your photographs is a hands-on process at Queensberry, and we're sticklers for detail — every step is subject to strict scrutiny, and monitored closely from start to finish. But preparing your files properly is just as important to getting a good result, Alex explains. "Inspect your files closely. Pay attention to little details as they will show up in your print — especially a large format print."

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As she sorts through a stack of silver halide prints, Chris comments that "Silver halide is a durable paper stock. It's ideal if the print is to be handled, because it's not terribly delicate." Our silver halide photographic prints are printed using light-sensitive paper and silver-based chemistry, using a technology that's been constantly refined for more than a hundred years. 

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Album pages being trimmed by hand.

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Album pages being trimmed by hand.

Skilled printers and high-quality paper stocks ensure that the precision, consistency, and quality we deliver matches the care you've taken to create your photos. Fine Art printing offers a different look to traditional photographic prints, and exceptional colour and detail. "It transforms the image and brings it to life," Alex remarks.

Chris agrees, "Whatever is in the photograph jumps off the page. I love the clarity." 

Alex packaging Fine Art Prints to despatch.

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Alex packaging Fine Art Prints to despatch.

Alex encourages photographers not to let their clients' photographs get lost on a hard-drive somewhere, never to be seen again, "There's always going to be a difference between a print and a digital file. Especially when you get the scale of an image, printed big. There's this feeling, as well, of not losing it. A file could disappear or get lost, but a print is tangible, and something you can enjoy every day in your home.."

Victoria x

See more about our loose print, fine art print and canvas options.

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