Giclee Capture Setup Fees
From flat, non-framed originals up to 11×17 that can be captured on our flatbed scanner.
Price includes image capture of original plus basic image clean-up, color correction, and artist consultation of up to 1/4 hour. Finalized images are archived for future uses.
From flat, non-framed originals larger than 11″x17″, but not bigger than 16”x24”, that can be captured in multiple passes on our flatbed scanner.
Price includes image capture with basic image clean-up, color correction, and artist consultation of up to 1/4 hour.
From non-framed, flat originals larger than 16″x24″ and up to 24″x36″.
Price includes art scanned by multi-pass capture and basic image clean-up, color correction, and artist consultation of up to 1/4 hour. Finalized images are archived for future uses.
Oversize originals may require a special setup. Price includes oversize setup fee and multi-pass photo image capture of one non-framed original up to 40”x60”, image clean-up, color correction, and artist consultation of up to 1/4 hour.
Finalized images are archived for future use.
How We Achieve Our Fine Art Giclée Reproductions
The first step in creating a Fine Art Giclée Reproduction is to digitally capture the original art. U-Photo has developed a proprietary method of creating multiple high-resolution scans or digital captures combined seamlessly to produce a digital file of exceptional resolution and sharpness.
The second step is image correction and manipulation. This is where we eliminate unwanted artifacts from the digital file. Flaws in the original can be corrected, and local color and/or density corrections to specific areas can be made.
We strongly encourage artist collaboration during this part of the process as the artist’s input will greatly enhance the best reproduction possible. The artist can establish image size, border configurations, and select the desired output media.
Once the artist is satisfied with the workstation on-screen “soft” proof, we recommend producing a small Giclée print or test strip to hard proof the fully corrected image on the chosen media.
Because slight variations may sometimes occur between the workstation’s screen and the printed media, this will address these issues. It may be necessary to produce a new proof, as needed after corrections are made.
Once final approval is given, we have the artist sign the back of the selected proof, which will be held for color match to the final print.