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All printing is done by Atkins
Atkins personal statement: "What is a "Fine Art print'? Many are calling any image printed on matte thick paper "Fine Art" or "Giclée". But these prints are often printed on big photocopiers on business card paper, or dye based inkjets, and have limited quality and longevity.
At Atkins when we say 'fine art' we actually mean it. Our Fine Art Pigment prints are printed on a specially designed ink jet printer that has been carefully calibrated and colour managed. The process produces stunningly detailed prints that will last well over 100 years with proper care. Pigment prints printed in a pro lab, with the high standards a good lab demands, are worthy of being in an art gallery and worth of the words 'fine art'.
We hand colour correct each and every file, regardless of the print size. We will also make sure you are printing on the right paper for the image. Our machinery is carefully monitored and ICC profiled to match the papers. Perfect award winning quality, every time."
I’ve seen a photograph of yours that I love but it’s not offered in your shop. Am I able to purchase it as a print?
If you see an image belonging to Wendy on any of her social media channels, most times we will still have this image in stock, if so we are more than happy to arrange a custom print for you.
I like your photographs, can I use them?
Not unless you obtain permission to reproduce Wendy Philip's images. However please email us with the image or images you wish to use and we will be more than happy to arrange something suited to your needs.
Will you keep my details private?
Absolutely. We are committed to protecting your privacy. We will only use the information that we collect about you lawfully and you will not receive marketing emails from us just because you have placed an order in the past.
Colours, especially reds and browns can vary greatly therefore...
When you receive your fine art print there will be some variations in colour as each monitor is different and what you see on your computer screen may not be an exact replica on printed paper.
It is recommended that you handle your print with care not touching the image with fingers.
Taking care of your print and getting it professionally framed will ensure your print will look good for many years.
Thank you for your purchase.