Giclee & Inkjet Printing
The staff at Panopticon Imaging strives for the highest quality of archival prints. We use a large variety of high quality, archival cotton rag and fiber papers. A selection of glossy, luster and matte papers are available, as well as metalic and canvas options.
If you are new to digital printing and/or photography our knowledgeable staff will be more than happy to provide assistance with your digital files to create your desired result.
We have a price list listed below for standard sizes and quick reference. We also offer SQUARE INCH PRICING as to provide you with the best value and options. Call us with your digital imaging questions and for pricing quotes.
High Resolution Scanning
We offer high resolution scanning of all film sizes, from 35mm and 120mm film, to large format negatives, prints and other flat surface materials. Scans from negatives are based on the size print you wish to make from the file. Scans from prints and other flat surface materials are based on the size of the object being scanned. For objects too delicate to be placed on a scanner, such as an oil painting, please see our Artwork Reproduction section below.
We offer full post-production services with all scans upon request. Please inquire about our digital editing services.
|Prints up to||Price for scanning negatives
|Larger than 40x60||$200|
|Original Print/Object Size||Price for scanning prints
|11x17 to 20x24||$45|
|20x24 to 24x36||$65|
|Larger than 24x36||Please call to discuss|
Digital to Silver - LVT Film Recording
We can create beautiful black and white negatives from your digital files or previously damaged negatives. By using technology that exposes digital images back onto film.
We are able to produce a 4x5 or 8x10 negative out of your original image
AdobeRGB, Tif, 2032ppi
|20x24 or smaller||4x5 @ Res-80|
|40x60 or smaller||8x10 @ Res-80|
|(4) 4x5 or 8x10||$200|
|Pre-prepped Files - Burn Ready||$185|
At Panopticon we strive to give each piece of artwork the same amount of time and attention that the artist put into the original. We have worked with watercolorists, oil & acrylic painters, mixed media collage artists and other mediums to digitally capture their artwork. We start the process by meticulously adjusting lighting to create the ideal conditions for capturing the image. Then we begin the process of color matching to the original artwork. We print a series of test strips to ensure the color is exact. From the test strips we adjust the color and contrast in Photoshop until we have a match to the original piece of artwork. From the finished file the client now has a high quality digital representation of their work as well as the option to make an edition of archival pigment prints.
Check out our blog post about Photographing and Matching a painting here
|Original works up to||Price for photographing