Dave Rice Printing

Specialty Photographic Printing for Artists

 Specialty Printer for Artists
I am currently offering specialty printing to few selected artists and photographers in the Atlanta area. If you are interested in having me do the printing of your fine art photography please contact me.

Cost
This is not a full time venture for me, but more of a coop to share the cost of operation of a large archival printer. The printing is priced to cover the cost of material, maintenance, and wear & tear on the printer. My labor is free.

The Pinter
The printer is the Epson 7800. It is the standard in the industry and produces archival quality fine art prints. I use real Epson archival pigment inks and top of the line archival papers and fabrics. This allows me to produce my art work and yours with  the highest standards in image quality and archival longevity.

The printing services offered include:

  • Unmatted prints
  • Unmatted and bagged prints
  • Matted and bagged prints
  • Large format prints (packed flat) up to 24"x36"
  • Large format Panorama prints (pcked rolled) 24"x any length
  • Canvas prints (unstretched)
  • Canvas Prints (Stretched)
  • Specialty cloth prints
  • Photographic Sign Material Prints

Pricing
Current Price Sheet PDF

Delivery Times
Since this is not a business and more of a cost sharing model, turn around on prints is a few days. Delivery is typically done by me meeting you halfway, usually some where in north Atlanta.

Dry Mounting
I am also setup to Dry Mount prints up to 16x20 with larger size available in the near future.

 

 

 

Latest News

Gallery Wraps
I am currently experimenting with a new Canvas Stretching system from Hahnemuhle. I will report back how well this new approach works. This may change and enhance my stretched canvas offering.


Signs
I now have a photographic sign material available for printing. It is the same price as, luster photo paper. It is in24' roll format and can be grommeted directly. The finish is a matte surface and does color match reasonably close. The best way for me to describe this substraight is that it like untearable paper. Let me know if you need a sign.