Prints - Paper Types - Custom Printing
I currently only offer a few different paper types and size options. Prints are purchased by emailing me for a quote beforehand. Prices vary by size and printing surface. All prints will need to be matted and framed or stretched after purchase by a framer of your choice.
Printing done through Leman's Studios is done with only 'Pro Photo Labs'. Pro grade archival papers are used, files are properly color balanced, burned and dodged so the utmost in a professional photo is what you will receive from us. All of the images on Leman's Studios website are color balanced on an Apple 5K Retina Display utilizing Datacolor's Spyder Pro 3 color calibration software, burned, dodged, sharpened and closely scrutinized before being uploaded, guaranteeing the most accurate color and image quality that is available today.
Lustre is the paper type I recommended most when people ask which paper to print on. Lustre has the color saturation of glossy paper but with the fingerprint resistance of matte. Lustre also does not have the glare that is associated with glossy paper. Lustre is a professional-grade paper, printed on Kodak Professional Endura paper and is materially 'thicker,' or heavier, than consumer paper.
Glossy photo quality paper is designed to make printed photos look sharp, vibrant and more like a traditional photograph. Handling of glossy paper is important as the paper can quickly and easily be marred by fingerprints and dirt.
With a glossy finish and unique metallic appearance, these prints have extra visual interest and depth. They are printed on long-lasting Kodak Professional Endura Metallic paper. When people ask what Metallic paper looks like I often say it looks like "chrome on paper." It produces striking, three-dimensional, lasting images with extreme sharpness, brightness, and color saturation. I recommend metallic paper for all of my black and white photos or any of my photos that contain water, rock, or vehicles.
Printed on heavy duty PremierArt Water Resistant Canvas, then finished with a dry lamination process that is UV and water resistant. The canvas is printed and shipped rolled and will require stretching once you recieve it. Your photo is printed to extend to cover the sides of the frame for a beautiful presentation.