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We specialize in the production of large-scale photography by contemporary artists for museum and gallery exhibitions. At DOCUMENT we work directly with artists and organizations on the process of scanning, editing, color correction, proofing, printing and delivery.
Using the Epson P-20000 with an advanced PrecisionCore MicroTFP printhead, the latest PrecisionDot Screening Technology and a nine-color UltraChrome PRO pigment-based ink set we craft museum quality archival pigment prints. A custom ICC profile is created for each paper using SpectralVision Pro and X-Rite i1Photo Pro 3 Plus spectrophotometers allowing for optimal color gamut. With the Epson P-20000 we have the ability to print up to 64” x 110” mural prints down to 8” x 10” portfolio prints.
Each print includes one free proof that is 15% the size of the final print (64” Maximum Roll Size). Each additional proof is billed out at full print prices.
We are equipped with an Epson SureColor F6370 44″ Dye Sublimation Printer and a MAXI•PRESS AIR automatic large format heat transfer press. Epson’s efficient UltraChrome® DS Ink delivers vibrant color saturation and contrast that can be transferred to a wide range of rigid substrates and polyester fabrics. The heat press is powered by a dual air-bag, 10-ton, 20,000 lbs max force self leveling mechanism that can transfer to substrates up to 42″ x 64″.
Available with finishes including gloss, semi-gloss, and matte, ChromaLuxe’s Aluminum photo panels are scratch + fade resistant and are easily wiped clean with any all-purpose cleaner.
We offer custom all over t-shirt printing on a project-by-project basis.
We are currently taking Dye Sublimation projects on a limited basis. Please e-mail your inquiry to [email protected].
How to Figure out Print
and Mounting Prices
32” x 40” = 1280 / 144 = 8.9
Total sqft x $28 = $249.20
Our film scans are made using a Howtek Scanmaster 4500 with AZTEK Digital PhotoLab Pro 7.8 making custom negative profiles for each negative scanned. Flatbed print scanning is done using an Epson Perfection V750-M Pro Scanner that can reach a 6400 dpi optical resolution using SilverFast® SE 6 scanning software.
= 8” x 10” (600MB)
= 4” x 5” (400MB)
= 6cm x 7cm (250MB)
= Transparencies, Color Negatives and 35mm B&W Negatives (75MB)
= 100MB and Over
= 50MB to 100MB
= 50MB and Under
Besides printing and scanning we offer a full variety of custom image editing, color correction, framing and production assistance.
$100 an hour for photography and image editing
for a custom quote
Alan Cohen, Alan Thomas, Amanda Williams, Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Andrew Rafacz Gallery, Anna Shteynshleyger, Barbara Kasten, Barbara Crane, Bob Thall, Bortolami Gallery, Bruce Nauman, Carson Fisk-Vittori, Carlos Rolon, Carnegie Museum of Art, Chicago Transit Authority, Christopher Williams, Columbus College of Art & Design, Cody Hudson, Corbett vs Dempsey, Daniel Bauer, Dawoud Bey, David Hartt, David Robbins, David Salkin Creative, David Travis, Degroot Fine Art, Devening Projects + Editions, Dianna Frid, Elmhurst Art Museum, Eric Fleischauer, Geof Oppenheimer, The Graham Foundation, Greg Conniff, Harold Mendez, Hedrich Blessing Photographers, Heidi Norton, Hyde Park Art Center, International Center of Photography, Jason Lazarus, Jed Fielding, Jeanne Dunning, Jessica Labatte, Jessica Stockholder, Jin Lee, Joel Ross, JNL Graphic Design, John Henderson, John Sparagana, Karen Glaser, Kelli Connell, Laura Letinsky, McArthur Binion, Martha Stewart Living, Marz Brewing, Milwaukee Art Museum, Michael Rakowitz, Monique Meloche Gallery, Moran Moran Gallery, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Nelson Atkins Museum, Paul D’Amato, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Patron Gallery, Radius Books, Richard Gray Gallery, The Renn, Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Sandra Binion, Selina Trepp, Stephen Daiter Gallery, Scott Fortino, Terry Evans, Theaster Gates, The Contemporary Jewish Museum, Three Walls, Tony Lewis, VGA Gallery, Victoria Fu, Volume Gallery, Wendy White, William Pope L., Yale University Art Gallery