We offer professional-quality printing at a very reasonable cost — eliminating the challenges and expense of shipping for distant photographers. Matting and framing are free for the duration of the exhibit if the printed image area conforms to our standard mat windows.
All prints are made in a color-controlled environment using Epson large-format printers, Epson UltraChrome HDX inks, Eizo monitors, and custom ICC profiles.
Suitable black and white images are generally printed using carbon-based Piezographic inks, capable of producing great detail, particularly in shadow areas. Toning, from very warm to very cool, is easily accomplished to match your file.
We offer your choice of three papers. A print on any of these papers is $35.
100% cotton rag, archival, smooth, white, fine art matte paper. Heavy hand feel. 16 mil thick. Our favorite matte paper of most images.
Hahnemuhle Photo Silk Baryta310 gsm. 100% alpha-cellulose, durability to ISO 9706. Gives the impression of a traditional silver halide paper. Very broad color space, deep blacks. Slightly warm white.
A beautiful paper, very similar in gloss and feel to a traditional doubleweight F-surface baryta. Cotton rag and alpha-cellulose fiber substrate, coated with barium sulphate. Hefty 340 gsm in weight (14.6 mil). Bright white and archival. Superb d-max and color gamut.
We can accept TIFF, PSD, or JPG files for printing. If possible, please upload a file that is:
The image should be adjusted as you want it to appear in the final print. We will match what you send to the extent possible. Sufficient resolution is the most important quality of your file.
Use the link below to log in and order prints. You will 1) specify mat window, or 2) order a custom mat window, and 3) tell us the price you'd like to put on the print, and (4) tell us what we should do with the print after the exhibit, should it not sell.
ORDER PRINTS AND MATS HERE (you'll need to log in on the way)
We do custom printing of portfolios and exhibition prints unrelated to PhotoPlace Gallery. Contact us about your needs.
To help artists minimize costs and to encourage submissions from distant photographers, PhotoPlace Gallery will mat and frame juried work free of charge for the duration of the exhibition, as long as the image fits in one of our standard window sizes. All of our mats are white 16 x 20, with widow sizes as follows
10" x 15" 11-1/2" x 11-1/2" square 10-1/2" x 13-1/2"
If we are making the print, we will size the image with absolute minimal cropping to fit these windows. If you are providing the print, please make the image about 1/8” larger than these sizes, or make it smaller to allow for a white border and/or signature. Please do not size your print to the exact size of the window. It will not be usable and will require a custom mat.
If your image doesn’t work in one of the standard windows above, you may send your print matted, order a custom mat when you order a print or, if you are shipping us a loose print, you may order a mat on the Gallery Exhibitor Shipping Form (you'll need to log in on the way). The cost of a custom archival mat is $25. If you would like your print returned, we'll include the mat with the print.
Free framing is available to all exhibitors.
* All frames that we supply are 16 x 20 black metal. Mats are white, to fit in 16 x 20 frames. Both mats and frames are free for the duration of the exhibit, whether you supply your print or have us produce your print.
* If you would like to send a matted, framed print, it must be a 16 x 20 black metal frame with white or off-white mat, covered in glass or acrylic. We are happy to discuss other treatments and welcome a limited number of larger sizes or unusual presentations, but you must clear them with us first. Really. Please do not send anything in a non-standard frame without prior approval — we might not be able to hang it. Just send us an email or use our contact form.
* If you are shipping us a print (loose, matted, or framed), please complete a Gallery Exhibitor Shipping Form and submit it online. It contains vital information: selling price, gallery label information, and more. If you would like your work returned, you must include a prepaid shipping label with your work (or label plus US postage), in the event your work does not sell. We will not be responsible for work without a prepaid return label 14 days after the exhibit is taken down.