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Fine Art Photography and Giclee Printing –… If you are an artist about to order Fine Art Photography and Giclee printing, it is sometimes difficult to know which supplier to choose. If you are having your photographed, then a supplier with easy driving distance is important, because the cost of transporting expensive art can be prohibitive, but if you already have your own images then you have a large choice of online suppliers. As far as the photography of your art is concerned, look for a Professional Photographer with experience of working with and handling Fine Art. Many suppliers out there have no background experience of copying art and many do not even use photography. They will offer to 'Scan' your artwork on a flatbed scanner, which I am sure you are familiar with. Scanning can be satisfactory depending on the type and size of artwork. It is not really suitable for Oils if you want to eliminate all surface reflections. Many suppliers use A3 scanners a few A2. If your art is larger than the scanner your image will be 'stitched' together. It will be scanned in sections, sometimes as many as four depending on the size of the original. It will then be digitally joined together to form a full size image. Certainly not the best approach if you want the very finest reproduction of your art and physically impossible on large or framed paintings. You will find that suppliers that scan your art may also offer the option of photography if you request it, but the price will be considering more than scanning as you need an experienced photographer and in most cases that use an outside provider. Better to find a professional photographer experienced in Fine Art who also offers a Giclee printing service. When providing your own image for Giclee printing, you may be unsure if it is suitable, unless of course it was professionally manufactured and you have had prints produced from it before. Ask suppliers if they will give you a free assessment of your image and ask if it is suitable to produce a Giclee print at your chosen size. Ask if they will advise you if there will be any issues that may effect the quality of your Giclee print, before you commit to a print run. Giclee print prices and quality vary from different suppliers, but the lowest prices, although attractive, are not acceptable if this means.