Scanning

Scanning Quality Detects the Smallest of Details Including Pencil Lines and Paper Fibres

 

We provide a high-resolution scanning service using Epson’s latest flatbed scanner. Our scanning service digitalises your original artworks, prints and photographs, making them available for future reproduction. We can scan all art media types including: watercolour, oils, acrylics, pastels and canvases, making the service appropriate for all artists. Likewise, we can scan a wide range of sizes, from small pieces that require enlarging, to A0 pieces of art. However it should be noted that image enlargements depend upon the quality of the original image. Contact us today to discuss your options.

 


 

Scanning Quality

 

Our high-resolution scanning service digitalises your images to the highest quality. Our scanner scans per pixel, meaning it is able to detect and reproduce a wide range of colours and capture the smallest of details to an exceptional quality. As standard, we scan at 300 ppi (pixels per inch), which is ideal for 1×1 ratio scanning.  However for more detailed pieces or for image enlargements, we can scan at a much higher ppi. Therefore, the scanning service is uniquely tailored to each customer, ensuring our scans are of the highest quality.

 


Our Scanning Service 

Our priority is to ensure that the final image produced is a true representation of the original work. In order to achieve this, our scanning service includes colour-match editing, image touch-ups and any other necessary adjustments. We consult our customers throughout these stages, providing them with test prints. This ensures that the final image produced is the closest possible match to the original image.

Likewise we store the finalised scan electronically, making it available for future reproduction. In doing so, we can reprint your image upon your future request, known as our print on demand service. For trade customers, this service also comes with the option of drop shipping directly to your customers. Contact us to find out more.

Scanner Detects Each Individually Coloured Pixel