Jim Hendrix

Oxford Photo Works

This page is for printing your images.  If you want prints of my images, go to my SHOPPING page.


Facilities
Printing services are available to artists, photographers and anyone wanting true fine-art prints of their art or photos.  Printing to gallery standards is done on  Epson Stylus Pro P900, P6000 and P8000 printersthat use pigment based fine-art inks and, unless otherwise indicated, all prints are on archival quality sheet and roll media.  Media include matte canvas that is sealed with acrylic varnish, smooth and velvet matte papers, watercolor papers and Baryta luster finish papers.  Media manufacturers include Hahnemühle, Breathing Color and Finestra.  My printers are profiled (calibrated) for color correction for each unique media.  Media may be special ordered for your needs.

Media and Pricing
Prices depend on media used.  Sheet media are priced by size.  Roll media are priced by length used.  Following is the schedule:

 

Loose Prints
  Fine Art
  Velvet Smooth Watercolor Luster (Baryta)
Sheet Per Sheet
4x6 6.00
5x7 6.50
8x10 13.00
8½x11 13.50
11x14 17.00
13x19 21.00
16x20 23.00
17x22 24.00
Roll Per Inch Used
17" Wide 1.25
24" Wide 1.60
36" Wide 2.40

When requested, I can print more than one image on a sheet for the cost of one sheet.  However, there is a $1.00 trimming fee per image for separating the images.  This service applies to cut sheets only, not roll media.

Prints with Mat & Backing Board
  Fine Art
Mat Size Velvet Smooth Watercolor Luster (Baryta)

11x14 (8x10 Image)

26.00

16x20 (11x14 Image)

37.00

Canvas prints may be delivered loose or gallery wrapped on stretcher bars.  Loose canvas prints are priced in the table above.  Canvases are "varnished" with an acrylic sealer to give them a tough finish that protects them from humidity, UV rays and wear.

Since the sides of a gallery wrap show, the canvas is extended on all four sides, usually by mirroring the image's edges. 

Gallery wrapped prints are priced based on the face dimensions (not including sides) according to the table below:

Canvas Gallery Wraps
Inches 10 11 12 14 16 18 20 24 30 36 38 40
10 55.00                      
11 65.00 66.00                    
12 66.00 67.00 68.00                  
14 67.00 68.00 72.00 79.00                
16 69.00 71.00 79.00 84.00 93.00              
18 79.00 80.00 81.00 93.00 94.00 106.00            
20 80.00 84.00 93.00 94.00 106.00 116.00 131.00          
24 86.00 87.00 94.00 98.00 121.00 131.00 143.00 157.00        
30 99.00 100.00 108.00 131.00 144.00 157.00 169.00 190.00 218.00      
36 110.00 133.00 133.00 146.00 157.00 179.00 190.00 215.00 250.00 283.00    
38   139.00 151.00 164.00 176.00 187.00 199.00 233.00 267.00 308.00 328.00  
40     152.00 174.00 185.00 197.00 212.00 235.00 278.00 319.00 339.00 348.00
45       194.00 206.00 222.00 242.00 265.00 310.00 354.00 377.00 387.00
48         218.00 232.00 254.00 277.00 330.00 372.00 396.00 406.00
60           284.00 306.00 338.00 389.00 444.00 460.00 478.00

3% added for online payment methods.

Digitizing

Photo prints and original art works are photographed or scanned and minor editing is performed to bring the resulting image fairly close to the original.  The price for this is $20. This is a one-time charge. You are the owner of the image files.  Your files will be kept and backed up for future needs.  Copies of your files will be available to you on a thumb drive you provide or one I provide for $10.

Proofing

Whether you photograph the original and supply the file for printing or have me digitize it for you, editing and proofing are normally desired to closely match prints to the original.  This is done under your supervision to ensure acceptable results. Charges are based on the amount of media used, according to the price schedules above.  Usually, proofing is based on smaller prints than normal to save costs.  A final print of normal size is often desired.

Image Resolution

Image resolution is important for quality results.  300 pixels/inch is needed for professional grade prints.  However, 240 pixelsl/inchmay be acceptable.  For example, an 8x10 inch print needs a 2400x3000 pixel file.  But, a 1920x2400 pixel file may produce acceptable results.  An iPhone 6 takes 3024x4032 pixel images.  Dividing by 300 or 240 indicates that those images will produce high quality prints up to 10x14 inches or acceptable results up to about 12x16 inches.

Appointments

Be sure to call, message or email for an appointment.

Jim Hendrix