The London Eye light up for Valentines Day in 2013 captured on the Southbank of the River Thames.
Compared to most high street printers, who print at 360 dpi with 2 passes (no. of times a print head passes over an area), the printers are set to 1440 dpi, with 8 passes. The archival pigment prints are profiled for accurate colour reproduction.
Using state-of-the-art print software, prints are sharp, detailed, and vibrant. 3-level black ink technology means better grey balance, impressive mid-tones, and no colour casts, for true black and white reproduction.
All prints are printed on to Canson Photo Lustre310gsm. A naturally white, heavyweight photographic paper suited to any application. With excellent detail, vibrant colour, and a stunning lustre finish, this paper is great for bright, punchy photos.