Fine Art (Giclee) Prints

Paper & sizing

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    For more on paper choice, see the information tab near the bottom of this page.

  • Sizing *

  • Choose a standard size *

  • Minimum print size 8x10 inches (20x25 cm) for a single print or 5x7 inches for two or more. *

Enter custom size

  • Width *

  • Length *

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Calculate print size

Enter image aspect ratio to calculate the print size, eg for a picture with a 2:3 aspect ratio, enter 2 and 3. You could also use the pixel dimensions.

  • Ratio of SHORT side *

  • Ratio of LONG side *

  • I want to print the: *

  • ...this long (cm) *

  • PRINT WIDTH (cm) *

  • PRINT LENGTH (cm) *

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  • PRINT LENGTH (cm) *

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    Include any messages here, like a link to your files or a specific request.


Please share a link to your files using the message area above. You can use a file sharing service like Dropbox or WeTransfer, etc.

Images smaller than 100MB may be uploaded below, but you'll need to log in first. There's a login/register link at the top of this page.

For multiple prints, you can upload up to 10 images below, after that you'll need to repeat the process. Or alternatively, use a file sharing service.

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    Thumbnail icons may not be shown for some .TIFF or .PSD files, but they will still be uploaded. Max upload time is 10 minutes, upload may time out on slow connections.

    Max file size: 100 MBPermitted file types: jpg jpeg jpe png gif tif tiff

Extra options

John will check over your images and optimise them for printing, unless you would prefer to print directly from the file.

By default, a white border will be left around the print. A small additional cost is applied for trimming to the print edge.

If anything seems out of place, John will be in touch.

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  • Calculation for standard size *

  • Calculation for custom size *

  • Calculation for aspect ratio size (SHORT) *

  • Calculation for aspect ratio size (LONG) *

Paper choices

All fine art papers are favourites of mine with high archival life and excellent colour reproduction.  Each offers a different finish for your artwork, whether it’s textured, smooth or lustre, most have a cotton fibre base.

Fine art matte – smooth
  • Canson Rag Photographique.
  • A smooth cotton rag with a true matte surface.
  • Excellent for portraits and most photographs.
Fine art matte – lightly textured
  • Canson Edition Etch.
  • A lightly textured cotton rag with a true matte surface.
  • Similar to Rag Photographique in overall appearance, the texture is quite light so it still works for most photographs and artwork.  It may suit less detailed images where the light texture adds to the overall feel.
Fine art matte – moderately textured
  • Hahnemuhle German Etching Rag.
  • A beautiful organic texture and deep blacks with a true matte surface.  I really like the look of this paper.
  • Suits artwork where a more obvious texture is desired.
  • Perhaps less suitable for detailed photographs, as the textures can get in the way.
Fine art matte – heavily textured
  • Canson Aquarelle.
  • A heavily textured cotton rag with a true matte surface.  Where a more extreme texture is desired.
Fine art lustre
  •  Canson Platine Fibre Rag.
  • High contrast and vibrancy.
  • Has a cotton base which gives a natural looking texture to the lustre surface with vibrant colours and deep blacks to provide a higher quality, brighter and more natural appearance than cheap photo lustre papers, as well as a greatly increased lifespan.
Johns choice
  • Choose this option if you’d like me to select a paper for you.  To help me decide, feel free to let me know how the print will be used and what you’re thinking.  Also, will it be framed, exhibited, handled?

Links to file sharing services

Consider using one of these file sharing services.  Upload your images there and share the link with me.

  • WeTransfer – No account required.  Files are deleted after 7 days.
  • Dropbox – Well featured
  • Sync – Possibly more secure than the others
  • Box– I haven’t used it but it seems popular

Others which you may already have an account for….



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