Jan 24, 2015

How the Photographers and the Self Publishing Artists Can Use Fine Art Printing?

The printing activities, when specially designed for the art is a bit different from the traditional printing method and is termed as the fine art printing. The fine art prints may go through various modern technologies like the intaglio printing, screen printing, planographic printing and also the relief printing. Let us go through their excellent features that can be helpful for both photographers and artists.

Affordable:  The high quality images and the artworks can be printed at a very affordable price. The scanning techniques with the exquisite paper quality are guaranteed to last longer than the normal inkjet or lithograph images.

Ink Standard:  The standard of the inks used in this type of printing is definitely of higher quality. The inks may be used in three colors which is known as RGB or may be used in four colors which is CMYK. If you want to generate infinite shades and colors in your images, then the entire twelve color range can be used. This will allow in the modification of specific details from the original work. There can be changes in texture, color and other crisp details. The ink quality remains so good that each stroke of the brush in the painting can be easily legible. The inks are UV protected and will prevent discoloration and fading for over 100 years.

Accuracy: The print is so accurate that it does not show fine lines, dots or even unwanted borders. That means the final print will never display any sign of the printing process.

Medium of Print: Different looks are available in different medium. Paper or canvas can be used for the fine print. The papers used for this type of print are totally free of acid for avoiding any chemical reactions with the inks. The porosity standard of these papers are also specific that allows the inks to be glued in the surface without much absorption or fading.

Scan Process: The original scan process must go through a standard of high quality. All the skills and knowledge will be wasted if the scan process is not properly done. In the world of fine art prints, the original and the interpretation of that must be as good as possible. As the process captures every tiny detail, a small hair, a fine line or a scratch will definitely show up after the final print.

After Effects: Different after effects can be applied in the fine art prints. The prints can be made glossy or matte according to your requirement. The brush strokes can be visible or undistinguishable whichever way you want it as your final print. The careless-careful effect can be applied by producing the torn effect on the edges of the print. This effect has become popular since the last decade. A protective finish layer can also be applied through an acrylic to protect the paint from light, water and external scratches.

Therefore all the special treatment for the photographers and the artists can be displayed through the fine print. The whole surface is inked and the paper is processed to run through that surface. After this process, the image surface can be inked in the rear side to find the original image in the reverse. The antique art, engravings can be magnified and produced as a print in various mediums. The old maps and the antique prints will definitely have much value with the help of this fine art print.

So, if you are a self publishing artist or a photographer or simply have passion regarding the fine art prints just go ahead and experience their unique process of printing!

Author Bio: Jenny Richards is works in the print industry. She specializes in the fine art printing. Jenny is sharing the excellent features and process of this particular type of printing.

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