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Professional Prints

Our Noritsu and Chromira professional printers, combined with the highest quality Kodak and Fuji Crystal Archive Pearl paper, offer you the most focused, consistent, and professional printing results available in the industry.

Color correction is optional for a per image fee. Carried out by highly qualified members of our production team, your images will be checked for file quality, brightness, contrast, and color balanced to our printer profiles.

You have your choice of Lustre, Matte, Glossy, or Pearl (Metallic) paper surfaces. Our printers use a carefully monitored and calibrated photographic process to generate the highest quality silver halide prints (also referred to as c-prints or RA-prints). Our highly skilled production team offers an optional, individualized, and professional image color correction services, where an experienced true color specialist will review and color-correct each of your images (per image fee applies). If you prefer to work in your own calibrated digital environment, our knowledgeable customer service staff can assist you in calibrating your system with ours, for consistently accurate results.

Large Format Photographic Prints

myphotopipe.com is known for offering the highest quality, large format, professional photographic prints in the industry. Our large prints are all manufactured in our lab using our silver halide process. To maintain the highest quality, myphotopipe.com uses professional Kodak and Fuji Crystal Archive Pearl papers. This is not inkjet printing. We offer prints sizes up to 48 x 96 inches and in many of the most popular standard sizes. We also have a full range of panoramic sizes up to 48 x 96 inches. Our customer service staff and color specialists can work with you to review image size and picture quality guidelines. Custom sizes are always available and are offered on a custom quote basis. For a quote on any custom print size, please email our customer service team at , or, call us Monday – Friday,
9:00AM – 5:00PM Eastern Time.

Large Format Displays

Our large format panel display systems are suitable for use in advertising signage or décor in a commercial environment, displays and murals for trade shows, or for decorative purposes to fill a large wall space in your home or place of business. These large, prominent panels give your images the visibility they need to capture attention. myphotopipe.com delivers extraordinary quality with our large format print displays that render as sharp, high-resolution images and text mounted on a thick, solid mounting board. We print these panels using the highest quality professional silver halide papers, with mounting available using a selection of durable materials and thicknesses. The maximum size of any individual panel is 48 x 96 inches. All Large Format Display jobs are customized to your needs, and as such, these jobs are custom quoted. Our expert staff can answer your questions, and help you get your ideas and concepts off the drawing board and displayed for the world to enjoy. Please contact our customer service department Monday – Friday, 9:00AM – 5:00PM Eastern Time.

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Paper Options

We offer a variety of paper options and surfaces for your prints, including Fujicolor Crystal Archive Digital Pearl Paper and Kodak’s high-quality Lustre, Glossy, and Matte surfaces.

Pearl (Metallic) Paper

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Fujicolor Crystal Archive Digital Pearl Paper

Fujicolor Crystal Archive Digital Pearl Paper is a glossy surface, silver halide color paper with a unique pearl-like, silvery iridescent appearance. The embedded pearl-like crystals give a high gloss effect reflectance, sure to capture viewer attention! Pearl paper was designed to meet the growing, diverse demands for commercial prints and enables photographers to expand their customer print options.

  • High gloss combined with unique iridescent pearl like effect.
  • High maximum density, deep blacks.
  • Thick paper base.
  • Exceptional sharpness.
  • Purer highlights.
  • Vibrant color reproduction
  • Wide color gamut
  • Excellent image stability
Lustre Paper

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Kodak Lustre Paper

Kodak Lustre Paper is our most popular papers that has a fine-grained surface. Lustre is a professional surface with a modest texture that diminishes the amount of fingerprints that appear on the finished image. This is a silver halide photographic paper and is not an ink jet print.

  • Bold, rich blacks.
  • Thick paper base.
  • Accurate flesh tones.
  • Clean-looking whites.
  • Strong, vibrant colors
  • Wide color gamut
  • Excellent image stability
Glossy Paper

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Kodak Glossy Paper

Kodak Glossy Paper is a shiny gloss surface. Glossy is a professional paper that is highly reflective. This is a silver halide photographic paper and is not an ink jet print.

  • Bold, rich blacks.
  • Thick paper base.
  • Accurate flesh tones.
  • Clean-looking whites.
  • Strong, vibrant colors
  • Wide color gamut
  • Excellent image stability
Matte Paper

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Kodak Matte Paper

Kodak Matte Paper is a smooth matte surface. Matte is a professional paper that minimizes smudges, glare and fingerprints. This is a silver halide photographic paper and is not an ink jet print.

  • Bold, rich blacks.
  • Thick paper base.
  • Accurate flesh tones.
  • Clean-looking whites.
  • Strong, vibrant colors
  • Wide color gamut
  • Excellent image stability
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Standard Print Sizes

From 2.5 x 3.5 inch wallets to 12 x 18 inch prints, our small print sizes are perfect for sharing with family and friends, displaying in table top frames, or hung on walls in small areas.

Small prints are the perfect size for handling or sending as gifts to your family and friends. We offer cropping options for you to customize your photo, as well as color correction carried out by our staff. Sizes start from 2.5 x 3.5 inches wallet-sized and go all the way up to 12 x 18 inches.

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Wall Prints

With sizes 13 x 19 inches to 30 x 40 inches, these wall-sized prints are just the right size and with quality to perfectly display beautiful views and images from vacation getaways, memorable visits, and once in a lifetime experiences.

Wall prints are the perfect sizes to frame or mount and hang on your wall for all to see. Decorate your home with beautiful views from your vacation getaway! Wall prints are printed using a silver halide light sensitive photographic process. These are not inkjet prints which are susceptible to fading.

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Large Format Prints

Silver halide prints on Kodak and Fuji Crystal Archive Pearl papers with sizes larger than 30 x 40 inches and up to 48 x 96 inches.  Still not large enough?  Contact us for larger size options!

myphotopipe.com is known for offering the highest quality, large format, professional photographic prints in the industry. Our Large Format Photographic Prints are all produced in our lab using a professional silver halide process. These are not inkjet prints like other labs may be offering. To maintain the highest quality results, we use professional Kodak and Fuji Crystal Archive Pearl papers. We offer many of the most popular standard print sizes up to 48 x 96 inches. See our full range of panoramic print sizes up to 48 x 96 inches, and beyond. Our customer service staff and color specialists can work with you to review image size and picture quality guidelines. Special sizes are always available and are offered on a custom quote basis. Please contact us for more information.

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Panoramic Prints

Panoramic print sizes up to 48 x 96 inches!

Great for landscapes to cover large wall surfaces and fun to print your vacation and destination images to show where you’ve been! We offer many panoramic options for 1:2 and 1:3 aspect ratios in all surfaces. Sizes start at 4×8 and go up to 48 x 96. We can also print custom panoramic sizes. Please call our customer service representatives and they can provide assistance to create your custom panoramic product.

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Make the world a better place. Make photographs by hand. With film. Using an obsolete camera.

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Film for 127 cameras

Black and white 127 update: Rera Pan is apparently available again as an ISO 400 film. I hope to get some soon.

Color 127 update: The manufacturing machinery for this film is still being assembled and tested. Until it is fully productive, supplies will be limited and offerings will be infrequent. When all the machinery has been updated, both color and black and white 127 film will be back in production regularly, and there should be no shortages. I believe 127 will be available again in late September or early October. However, at this time it's not possible to set a date for regular production to resume.

The pictured here is typical of the fun, easy-to-use '50s-'60s cameras that perform well with our 127 films and M2B flash bulbs.

    • Bluefire Murano 400, newly manufactured roll film for 127 cameras

      Color print film (standard C-41 process), ISO 400. Per roll: 11.45

      This film has perforations on one edge. Please read the details before you order (click the link below).

      Currently out of stock. You can place an order for delivery when stocks are refilled. No need to pay in advance — choose "purchase order" as your payment option. Estimated shipping date: October 1 to 15, 2018.

    • Bluefire Murano 160, newly manufactured film for 127 cameras

      Color print film (standard C-41 process), ISO 160. Per roll: 11.45

      Currently out of stock. You can place an order for delivery when stocks are refilled. No need to pay in advance — choose "purchase order" as your payment option. Estimated shipping date: October 1 to 15, 2018.

    • Bluefire Pan 400, newly manufactured black and white film for 127 cameras

      Black and white print film (Ilford HP5 spooled for 127 cameras), ISO 400. Per roll: 14.45

      Currently out of stock. You can place an order for delivery when stocks are refilled. No need to pay in advance — choose "purchase order" as your payment option. Estimated shipping date: October 1 to 15, 2018.

Brownie Starflash with film and flash bulbs

Bluefire® Murano 160 is the best choice for simple, single-speed cameras.

Two Primo-Jr cameras, one with light meter

All of the 127 films offered here work well in sophisticated cameras with adjustable shutters and lenses.

Film for 110 cameras

Kodak's Pocket Instamatic film was widely available from 1972 until the late 1990s. Cameras using this film vary from basic and inexpensive, with primitive lenses, to sophisticated and highly capable, with sharp, fast lenses. If you want a pocket full of photographic dynamite, find a good quality Kodak, Canon, Minolta, or other 110 camera on your favorite auction site or at your local thrift store, and order a supply of our inexpensive outdated 110 film for experimenting.

    • 110-12, ISO 100 color film, long outdated but still useful

      This inexpensive film is long outdated and shows considerable color shift. It is an excellent choice for images with a decidedly retro look. (Note there are 12 images per roll.) Per roll: 1.97

    • 110-24 Quality brand, ISO 200 color film made by Agfa. New old stock.

      "New old stock" means this film is outdated and shows some loss of color and contrast, but still gives reasonably good images. Agfa made excellent color films that never achieved the popularity they deserved. Per roll: 6.49

      House brand film made by Agfa, shown with Ansco 50 minicamera
      Shown with Ansco 50 minicamera, available separately (see below)

    • Fujicolor 110-24, ISO 200 color film (new old stock)

      "New old stock" means this film is outdated and shows some loss of color and contrast, but still gives acceptable images. You may receive Fujicolor or Fujicolor Superia (no choice available, unfortunately). Per roll: 5.99

    • Ansco 50 minicamera, with 3 rolls of 110 film

      Includes 3 rolls of ISO 200 new old-stock film (worth more than if bought separately). The Ansco 50 is justifiably considered the best 110 minicamera ever made, and produces surprisingly good photos. The film cartridge attaches directly to the camera body. This package includes a camera and three rolls of film (outdated but still showing reasonably good colors) for you to experiment with. New old stock. Package price: 12.45


    • Kellogg minicamera, Ansco 20 minicamera with Kellogg's Corn Flakes rooster logo

      The Ansco 20 preceded the Ansco 50, and became famous for its role as a novelty promotional gift by the Kellogg company in the 1990s. New old stock, takes surprisingly good photos. Per camera: 6.45

110 film examples

Kodak, Fuji, Agfa, Konica and Ferrania all made excellent 110 films and sold them under their own brand names. All except Kodak also packaged them for mass-market retailers as "house brand" films.

Rattan chair photographed on 110 film with sharp detail

How good is 110 film? Check the rendition of detail in this image, photographed with Fujicolor 110 using a Pentax 110 SLR camera with a 50mm lens.

Film for APS cameras

APS film, Kodak Advantix 400-25

APS cameras are very easy to use, and often are well-designed with excellent lenses. There's no good reason for that one in your drawer to stay there. Very few photofinishers charge a premium for processing APS any more. Test your camera with a cartridge or two of our outdated Kodak 400, and have the lab print it as black and white.

APS film at the Calgary Stampede

This outdated APS film's color and contrast has deteriorated. Printing it as black and white snaps it back to life.

Flash bulbs

For that unbeatable retro 1950s-1960s look, you need the long duration and unique color temperature of a proper flash bulb, flash cube, flash bar, or flipflash. And we have them in stock.

  • Magicubes (X-cubes), 3 cubes per package, 4 flashes per cube

    Blue bulbs for color or black and white. Per package: 5.99

  • Flash cube, package of 3 cubes, 4 flashes per cube

    Blue bulbs, for color or black and white film. Per package: 5.99

  • AG1B flashbulbs, package of 12

    Blue bulbs, suitable for color or black and white films. Per package: 11.29

  • M2B flashbulbs, package of 12

    Blue flashbulbs, for color or black and white film. Per package: 5.99

  • Flash bar, 12 flashes per bar

    Blue bulbs, for color or black and white film. Per flashbar: 5.99

Flash bulbs
Magicube detail

Magicubes have an X-shaped post (which is why they are also known as X-cubes) with a square hole. There are no wires because no battery is needed to flash them.

Camera with socket for Magicube

If your camera has a socket like this, with a square post, it uses Magicubes.

Flash cube detail

Flash cubes have a round hole and electrical contacts. If your camera uses a flash battery, and has a round post, it uses flash cubes.

Process your film at home

No darkroom required.

  • AP film processing tank, with two easy-load film reels

    Premium-quality film processing tank will give you excellent results for many years. Spiral reels adjust for 120, 620, 127, 126, or 35mm film (for processing 110, see the inexpensive Clipper tank sold on this site). Suitable for color or black and white. Tank includes two film reels featuring wide thumb flanges, which considerably simplify the task of loading film onto the reel inside the darkbag. The tank will process two 35mm or 126 films at a time, or one at a time for the other sizes. Price: 34.89

  • Clipper processing tank, inexpensive alternative to the AP tank

    Processes color or black and white, one film at a time. This tank's primary advantage is that it is adjustable for 120, 620, 35mm, 126, 127, and 110 or 16mm submini film. Price: 17.89

  • Light-proof film changing bag, 17 x 17 inches., suitable for loading the processing tanks offered here, or for clearing film jams in 35mm, 110, and small 127 cameras.

    Quality construction with double zippers and elastic wrist-bands. Each: 22.49

  • Light-proof changing bag, 27 x 30 inches, for handling sheet films and loading large processing tanks outside your darkroom.

    Quality construction with double zippers and elastic wrist-bands. Each: 24.99

Use a good thermometer and keep solutions at the correct temperature for consistent results.

  • 2-inch dial thermometer, easy to read

    High-quality instrument with easy-read dial. Each: 22.89

    Dial thermometer

  • Darkroom thermometer, 6" , for tanks or trays

    6" long conventional glass tube type, special durable double-wall construction for use in tanks or to float in trays. Each: 8.49

AP processing tank in use

A processing tank, thermometer, and dark-bag are all you need if you don't have a darkroom available.

Easy-load film reel with thumb flanges

The AP tank's film reels are very easy to load, thanks to their broad thumb flanges.

Dark bag double zipper detail

Your dark-bag's durable, double-layer construction makes it light-tight, even in the field.

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Information about the products we manufacture and sell online

More about 127 film

127 film was introduced in 1913 by Eastman Kodak, along with their Vest Pocket Kodak camera. Kodak discontinued 127 in 1995, and the other major manufacturers soon followed.

127 film is 46mm wide, carrying a 4cm square, or 4x6cm image, depending on the camera. Most cameras mask the image down to about 36mm in width.

Bluefire®brand color films are spooled onto new spindles, with new backing material, using Kodak or Konica professional films originally packaged for long-roll cameras. They are processed in standard C-41 chemistry. Any processing machine that can develop professional medium format roll films can develop 127 films. Your local lab will probably be able to develop your film, but may not have the specialized lenses and masks needed to make inexpensive machine prints. You should probably plan on scanning your negative on a flatbed film scanner, and printing the scans at a photo kiosk or at home on your inkjet printer.

Bluefire Pan 400 is Ilford HP5 assembled into 127 rolls in our workshop. Most photo labs can develop it for you, and it can easily be developed at home with a minimum of equipment and inconvenience. Unless you own an enlarger, you will probably have to scan your negatives in order to print from the scans.

  • Bluefire Murano 400, newly manufactured roll film for 127 cameras

    Color print film (standard C-41 process), ISO 400. Per roll: 11.45

    This film has perforations on one edge. Please read the details before you order (click the link below).

    Currently out of stock. You can place an order for delivery when stocks are refilled. No need to pay in advance — choose "purchase order" as your payment option. Estimated shipping date: October 1 to 15, 2018.

  • Bluefire Murano 160, newly manufactured film for 127 cameras

    Color print film (standard C-41 process), ISO 160. Per roll: 11.45

    Currently out of stock. You can place an order for delivery when stocks are refilled. No need to pay in advance — choose "purchase order" as your payment option. Estimated shipping date: October 1 to 15, 2018.

  • Bluefire Pan 400, newly manufactured black and white film for 127 cameras

    Black and white print film (Ilford HP5 spooled for 127 cameras), ISO 400. Per roll: 14.45

    Currently out of stock. You can place an order for delivery when stocks are refilled. No need to pay in advance — choose "purchase order" as your payment option. Estimated shipping date: October 1 to 15, 2018.

Hobart Building, San Francisco, photographed on Bluefire Murano 160 film

The Hobart Building, San Francisco. Photographed with Bluefire Murano 160 film in a Yashica 44 TLR.

Brownie Starflash with film and flash bulbs

Select Bluefire Murano 160 for simple cameras. Use flash when taking pictures indoors or in deep shade. In adjustable cameras these films are suitable for most lighting conditions.

Primo-Jr cameras

In cameras with adjustable shutters and f-stops, Bluefire Murano 400 and Bluefire Pan 400 can be used in low light levels without flash.

More about 110 film

The 110 films we sell will fit any camera designed for the Kodak 110 "Pocket Instamatic" cartridge.

Most film labs are able to develop 110 film, but few will still have the special masks and lenses required to print it. You should plan on scanning your negatives, and then printing the scans at a photo kiosk or at home on an inkjet printer.

110 negatives are tiny, only 12x17mm, approximately 1/4 the area of a 35mm frame. Photos made with low-end cameras rarely enlarge well beyond about 4x6 inches. However, the film itself is capable of holding excellent detail, and images made in capable high-end cameras, like the Kodak Instamatic 60 or Canon 110 11E, can be surprisingly good. Several excellent 110 SLR cameras made by Minolta and Pentax are also capable of truly excellent images.

There is no truth to the Internet superstition that 110 cartridges fail to hold the film flat. In fact, the cartridge is superbly designed and engineered and holds the film perfectly flat and in perfect optical alignment.

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Details about products and processes

About Magicubes and Flash cubes

These are four AG1 flashbulbs sealed in a plastic cube that mounts in a socket on compatible cameras. You get the simplicity and power of the AG1 bulb in a package that is much easier to handle and isn't as risky (bare flashbulbs can burn you, or shatter when ignited).

Your camera manual will tell you what kind of cubes to use, and how to use them. Several thousand legacy camera manuals are online at . You can download manuals without charge, but I encourage you to donate to help support the site.

Flashcubes are ignited by a battery, and have conductive wires visible on the socket. Magicubes do not need a battery and no wires are visible.

Pay attention to the instructions on the package, and you should be able to get well-exposed negatives, neither too harsh nor too dim. Like AG1 bulbs, cubes only illuminate out to a few feet, so it is pointless using them in a stadium or at a concert.

About Magicubes

Magicubes require no battery to flash, relying instead on a mechanical linkage in the camera applying force against a piezoelectric igniter mounted in the magicube body.

My understanding is that Magicubes were only manufactured using blue-colored bulbs, which makes them suitable for either black and white or color films.

Your camera manual will tell you what mechanism it uses to rotate the cube after each bulb is expended. Some require you to turn the cube, others turn it automatically. An excellent source of legacy camera manuals is . You can download manuals without charge, but I encourage you to donate to help support the site.

About Flashcubes

Like Magicubes, these are four AG1 flashbulbs assembled into a plastic cube that mounts in a socket on compatible cameras. They are ignited by a battery installed in your camera.

Unlike Magicubes, flash cubes are available with both clear and blue bulbs. You can use either with black and white film, but only blue bulbs will give you natural colors with color films.

Your camera manual will tell you what battery you need, and the mechanism it uses to rotate the cube after each bulb is expended. Some require you to turn the cube, others turn it automatically. An excellent source of scanned legacy camera manuals is . You can download manuals without charge, but I encourage you to donate to help support the site.

About APS film

The Kodak Advantix APS film offered here is long outdated, and has significant color and contrast loss, which is why it costs so little. At this price, you can use it for experimental photography, and it's an ideal film for testing an APS camera.

To get the most benefit from this film, have your local lab develop it normally but print it as black and white. You can also have the negative roll scanned, and correct the images on your computer. An excellent free program that I use regularly for photo cleanup is , which you can download and use without payment.

About Bluefire Murano 400

Bluefire® Murano 400 brand color film is Kodak Portra NC 400 that was originally packaged in long rolls, for use in a specialized long-roll camera. It has perforations along one edge. These are rectangular perforations about 1mm wide and 2mm deep, 1mm from the edge, spaced about 60mm apart.

Most 127 cameras give an image 36mm wide on 46mm wide film, leaving a 5mm wide edge along the top and bottom of the image. The perforation should not intrude into your image.

How and why to use outdated film

Most film is useful long past its printed "process-before" date.

About Bluefire Police 35mm film

Bluefire® Police™ is a 35mm black and white film that can be enlarged to mural size with no apparent grain. I'm in the process of adding it to this new version of the web site. For now, I must ask you to visit the previous version of the site (it's not mobile-friendly) to see and buy this remarkable film:

About us

Frugal Photographer's first day on the World Wide Web was September 1, 2001. It was a different world then. I got into the business because I wanted to use a very nice 127 camera I had just acquired, and the only place I could buy 127 film was from a factory in Croatia, and they wanted me to buy thousands of rolls at a time. A few years later, when they shut down, I made the decision to manufacture 127 film. Well...sometimes it's fun, sometimes it's not, but I'm still at it, with no plans to quit soon.

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This site is a work in progress, and if you find broken links, things that don't look right or are hard to understand, or navigation that is difficult to use, I would very much appreciate hearing from you.

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We do not stock and sell 35mm films because they are readily available elsewhere. Click on these links to buy from Amazon (disclosure: Frugal Photographer gets a small commission).

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Yes, in our ROESpro software, we offer several templates for aligning multiple images on one print. From 3 image triptychs to a grid of up to a 12 up 6×6 grid on a 24×30 print.

Can you print custom sizes?

Yes, you can order custom sized prints by creating a file to fit the product that is the next size up, then placing your image in that larger canvas. For prints larger than 13×19, you can request trimming of the excess area. For smaller prints, your print will arrive with the blank area that you can then trim to your image.

Do you offer volume discounts?

In ROES, you will see the price reflected that’s based on larger quantities of a single image being printed multiple times. If you have multiple images, you may consider ordering from our Package Prints catalog which offers 8×10 units (8x10s with several print configurations of the same image like 2-5x7s or 8 wallets. Also called package “sheets”). Package prints are a low .99 every day with a minimum order of 30 sheets.

Do you offer samples of your paper?

Yes. At this time, you can call the lab and we will be happy to ship you a paper sampler pack for free.

What paper surface should I use?

Paper preference can be a personal choice so we invite you to request one of our paper samplers or stop by to view our paper surfaces. In general, Lustre is our most popular surface for all around use and portraits. It’s favored by wedding photographers and other professionals. Matte is our second most popular. Glossy is used more in commercial applications and the metallic (Fuji Crystal Archive Pearl) is a special effects paper that is more printed for brilliant, colorful landscapes like HDR imagery, fine art and some commercial images.

Do you print wallets? What about die cut wallets?

We offer wallets in various forms. From a 2-up 4×6 wallet (two wallets printed on a 4×6 print for lower volume), to an 8-up wallet sheet. We do offer die cut wallets on an 8-up sheet.

Do you offer imprinting or put text on photos – like studio name for example?

While we cannot put text directly on your image, we do offer text in the borders of the folio prints and some design templates available in the ROESpro. You may also put your studio name in the backside printing area that is offered at check out.

Do I need to upscale my file before sending it to you?

We recommend letting us handle the upscaling.  As long as you provide us with at least a 2000×3000 pixel file from at least a 6 megapixel camera, then we are golden!  ROES will let you drag your original file into the size template of your choice to choose your crop.  Then once we receive the order, our software will upscale as necessary.

What file formats do you print?

We can accept JPEG or TIFF files but they must be RGB mode, uncompressed, and 8 bit files.

How big does my file need to be?

Our minimum file recommendation is 3000 pixels on the longest side. The rule of thumb is 300 pixels per inch of photo printing (resolution of 300).

Can you print nude images?

We do process boudoir photography and have several clients who specialize in this. Our policy is to reject photography where there is purposeful contact with the genitals’ or where the primary focus of the image is the genital area.

Are your prints inkjet?

Our Photographic prints are actual photographic prints made with the silver halide process using light sensitive papers in four surfaces. The fine art prints are ink jet or Giclee prints.

How big can you print?

We print up to 48”x96” on all four photographic surfaces and up to 40×60 on fine art and flat canvas.

What is Lustre?

Lustre can best be described as an in-between of Matte and Glossy. It has a slight sheen with a very subtle texture and it’s highly fingerprint and scratch resistant making it our most popular surface.

Is there writing on the back of your prints?

On photographic prints up to 12×18, there is some light printing to identify your order, frame number, and copyright information if you have chosen that option. Kodak paper also has a watermark for their brand on the back of the paper. Photographic prints over 12×18 for Lustre and 12×36 for the other surfaces do not have any printing on the back of the paper.

What is the turnaround  time for prints?

Lustre and Matte prints have a two business day turnaround in house. Glossy and Metallic/Pearl have a three business day turnaround. Color correction service adds one day to production. Production turnaround times are based on a receipt of your order by 9 am EST.  Receipt after 9 am EST will put your order into the next business day’s production que.

Do you offer rush services? Can I wait for my prints?

While we do offer rush services, we advise calling to arrange for rush services on your intended order. Often we can offer options for speedier turnaround without incurring rush fees based on our current workload in production and availability. We do not offer a “print while you wait” service, however, we always try to print your order as fast as possible with no delays. Also, please note that we do make special exceptions for certain occasions like funerals and memorial services. Please call customer service and we will be able to assist you.

Can you retouch my image before printing?

At this time, we do not offer retouching in house. We can recommend several options and services if you would like to call us.

Can you color correct?

Yes, we do offer color correction on your order that is an option on the checkout page. The service is .00 per image, per order and allows us to individually check your file for resolution, color balance, sharpness, density and overall quality. Our color correction service is not automated and performed by experienced technicians who will contact you if necessary for any questions regarding your images.

Can you examine my files before printing?

We will be happy to take a look at your files before printing. Please call customer service and we will tell you how to send them to us.



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