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An introduction of the Opus Downtown Digital Printing Service with Lindsey

Lindsey from Opus Downtown introduces the Digital Printing Service, what we offer, how to bring in your files and what we print on in this informative video.

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If you are referring to having your photo printed onto canvas without stretcher bars, yes you can. You have the option of keeping your canvas print as is or you can have it stretched onto 3/4” or 1-1/2" stretcher bars. If you haven't already, check out the Fine Art Digital Printing at Opus page http://www.opusframing.com/services/fine-art-digital-printing-opus for further information!

Hi Renee, Many of our customers use PacBlue to scan their artwork so that may be a good place to start your search. You can find more information at their website: http://www.pacblueprinting.com/scanning_and_imaging.php

Pricing per print can be found on our Digital Printing Prices pdf. Our bulk pricing for orders of the same image printed at the same size can also be found on the pdf: http://www.opusframing.com/sites/default/files/opus_digital_printing_pri...

Thanks for your questions!

Hi Jenn.
Great question! I will do my best to answer it.
When we are are viewing files, we are working with Photoshop and our colour working space is Adobe RGB (1998) which is fairly standard in the Fine Art image making world. We then are using custom built ICC profiles which further corrects the viewing so that we can accurately soft proof the image based on the surface we will be printing on. Finally, Fine Art Printers work on an RGB basis, (whereas Offset Printers work in CMYK), and the colour information gets "translated" into CMYK which is the actual ink output when it starts the physical print.
I hope this makes sense and answers your question. Please let us know if you have any further questions.

Hi Jenn, I've been told that you were contacted by our printing department so your questions have been answered. All questions about printing can be sent to info@opusframing.com

We are opening printing services across several locations, and this way your emails will be directed to the right person. Great questions - thank you for asking!