September 1, 2010

Persnickety Prints Photo Paper: water survival

  • Our chemical and light process is the highest quality way to print digital photographs.

  •  Persnickety Prints uses the old technology of light sensitive archival papers and adds new technical procedures of converting a digital image into a negative light form. 
  • Our software reads your sRGB color profile. Because we do not process with ink, we are not restricted to ink colors.
  • We use a very precise laser to expose the paper which is then processed through a chemical bath. 
  • Images are bold, vibrant and dimensional.

DUNK YOUR PRINTS & see if they'll survive

19 comments:

  1. VERY Cool! Never knew this

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  2. Cool! I'm excited to receive my first order!!

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  3. totally awesome! i was so happy i won Ginger Scraps Survivor season 2, i got the gift certificate for PP printed my very first set of layouts and i'll never print anywhere else! i love my prints!! thanks guys!

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  4. Soooo glad I print with Persnickety!

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  5. OMGosh! That is so awesome!

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  6. Don't them them dry together, even silver halide will stick like glue!!

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  7. The link about resolution is not working. I would love to read that information. Thanks!

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  8. I just found the link on the sidebar. Thanks!

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  9. This is a great post. I really learn something. Thanks for sharing.

    discounted photo paper

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  10. Great demonstration! I've always had Epson printers & they used to have a store display that had a 4x6 photo sitting in a jar of water. I never tried it, but even if it did work, the photo quality is nowhere near what yours looks like. I can't wait to finish some pages so I can get them printed :)

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  12. is this just for photos or are your photobooks printed the same way?

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    1. Hi Sara- good question. Because Photo Books are not printed with this same photographic process, they are not waterproof, or as archival. Photographic printing can only be one sided. The image is embedded into the paper, reading the sRGB color profile.

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    2. but you can do full 12x12 scrapbook size sheet prints w/ this process right?

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    3. Yes- that's our specialty-- an archival process, full bleed 12x12 prints for memory keeping.

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