Poster Printing FAQ - about photo poster printing
Turn your favourite photos to posters! Memories can be turned into beautiful wall art. Whether humorous, romantic or simply a happy occasion - Poster printing from your personal photography can make excellent birthday presents, anniversary gifts, christmas presents or just simply a memory to share. Its imple to have your poster sent directly to a friend or relative as a gift.
– Choose a photo from laptop, tablet or phone
– Selct Size & Paper Type
We print using Epson K3 UltraChrome pigment printing inks, providing up to 75 years colour fastness. Superfine printing quality. All poster printing is done at superfine high resolution ensuring stunning quality and detail, whether from our wildlife prints collection, your own digital photo or specially created artwork. Three types of paper are available - glossy, semi-gloss or matte photo poster paper. With the simplicity of todays digital camera technology, virtually any photo can become beautiful wall art.
We can print from jpg, jpeg, tif or tiff files, our high resolution printing ensures that your digital photograph will become high quality large format wall art.
Files up to 200Mb should easily be uploaded through the website, however if you are having any difficulty, please email us attaching the file. We are normally able to print from jpg, jpeg, tif or tiff files from your camera, iPhone, smartphone, tablet or pc.
Premium Glossy Photo Paper
Our high quality premium glossy photo paper provides a beautiful, vibrant, high gloss poster.
Premium Matte Photo Paper
For those prefering a matt finish, our enhanced matt photo paper delivers a crisp result with high resolution. Matte can be used for posters that are intended for framing behind glass or perspex.
Premium Semi-gloss Photo Paper
Our semi-gloss photo paper has been carefully selected to provide a smooth, clear photographic image whilst minimising reflectivity. Semi-gloss paper has versatility which enables it to be used for wall posters or for prints intended for framing behind glass/perspex. Semi-gloss paper is also sometimes referred to as a Lustre finish.