Finally available a folding borderless art card. Printed on a fine art paper this is great for a gift, for trade shows and art shows.
Art cards printed on fine art water color paper. These cards have a very expensive feel and look at a reasonable price!
I can make these cards using a digital image, negative, slide, print or from your art work
Thank you cards
Gift cards with your art work or photography
Art cards to sell at craft shows
and many more uses.
Flat cards are 5×7 in size and can be printed with or without borders. Back text can be black & white or color.
5×7 flat cards (standard – no text on back) $2.20 5×7 flat cards (deluxe – with text on back) $2.30
Folding cards are 5×7 when folded and can have a border of 1/4″ or no border. Back text can be black & white or color. Printing can be inside on top of fold, below fold and / or on back of card.
5×7 Folding cards with or without inside text including envelopes $2.75 Card Boxes
When you want to put together a collection of cards a card box is PERFECT. A clear top with black bottom will easily hold up to 24 folding cards and envelopes, or up to 48 flat cards and envelopes.
Boxes/ tops $4.00 each
If you want to sell your cards you need a way to package them to
prevent damage. Our clear envelopes are the perfect solution!
Re-closable adhesive top, Perfectly clear so customers can easily see
your art. You can purchase 1, 10 or 1000. Price breaks for larger
If you are selling your cards I can print information on the back of
the cards such as website, email, QR code, phone number or the name of
the artwork. A great form of advertising. Set-up fees apply.
I just got finished installing a new printer. If you asked me 20 years ago what would I be doing for printing today I would have been so far off it would have been amazing. 20 years ago I had a chemical darkroom and one digital printer. I would never have thought how busy the printing department would have gotten or that I would need so many printers.
Today I introduce to you my 5th digital printer! That is right I now have running in the backroom 5 printers. The newest printer is an Epson P800. It was brought in to not only add more capacity to the printing department but it has a couple COOL new features that I will be bringing on-line in the next couple of weeks.
The only issue I have found is my printing room seems to be getting smaller. That is okay it may be smaller but wow can I print a lot of prints in a day!!
When you need quality photo printing in Lethbridge Paterson
Photography is the photo lab you should be using! I will make your
digital images look the best they can. We are the only choice for
exceptional service and amazing prints!
I print for all types of photographers – Individuals & families,
professional photographers or beginners, photo studios, businesses,
industry, – ANYONE that needs a quality print. I am here to help.
Friendly helpful service is standard and at no additional charge! No
longer do you have to settle for poor quality department or drug store
People have been asking me how to improve their photography business, simple it comes down to the print! The past couple of weeks I have had a chance to sit down with a number of photographers. I have been hearing a lot of the same things from these people and I thought that it would be worth sharing with others. The main issue is how do you impress your customers, set your business apart from others and improve your sales?
Several points keep coming to the forefront
1) For those that do shoot & burn weddings (shoot the wedding and burn the digital files to disk or USB for the client) I have been hearing a number of photographers mention that their customers are complaining about bad prints. Their clients are taking the images to a discount lab to get prints made. When they get the prints back they are coming back horrible. Most times the photographer does not know how their client feels as they don’t hear about the bad prints. The clients think it is the photographer ~ because the lab says it is not them. If the photographer hears it is through a third party and the bad printing has damaged the photographers reputation.
2) Many photographers have seen a drop in the number of assignments they get. A couple photographers actually inquired of past customers and received some feedback. One of the biggest points is that clients were not happy with the final prints. Many clients mentioned that it was a pain to go and get the prints done themselves. All had mentioned they were having prints done at a discount lab.
The common statement went something like this…….
“…. the photographers service was great”. “We were not happy with the way the final prints looked”. “The prints looked like the ones that you get from a one hour lab ~ not professional prints”. “It took me a week to get a couple pictures done properly. It was a HUGE waste of my time”. One photographer actually brought me a couple of files to print. Their customers had them done someplace else. They wanted to see what their client thought. The response from their client was “These are amazing, we never thought that the printing would do that!!!!”
3) Many of the photographers also mentioned that they needed something to add a WOW factor to the services that they were offering. They have been giving clients 4×6 & 5×7 prints. The small prints were not impressing their clients.
In just about all the comments one thing was clear. The photographer’s clients want/demand something more than a cheap 4×6 or 5×7 one hour print. I have been saying for years that if photographers want to survive that they need to set themselves apart. Something more than what uncle Bob is doing ~ usually for free because he is a relative and wants to be helpful. Uncle Bob can have the nice camera. Many times he is handing the wedding couple a disk and that is it. Or he is printing some prints at the one hour place and handing them to the couple. The problem is if that is what the “professional” photographer is doing we are not setting ourselves apart and WOW’ing our clients.
So what should professional photographers be doing?
First, every client should be getting a WOW picture. Something that stands out like a 16×20 or 20×24 portrait fully finished!! Second you should be providing your clients with some professionally printed images that they can show friend’s and family so they can see what a great picture looks like. Prints that they cannot get at the local one hour!
Finally if you are handing over the disk to the client make sure they know the difference in the printing that they will get.
Remember we need to set ourselves apart for the positive. One of the best ways to do this is with professional printing!
To help with giving some wow to your photography we are offering a coupon for a discount in printing that you can give to your client to get professional printing. That way they will get the best image possible from your files. Drop us an E-mail and we will run off some discount coupons for you!
I am often asked what is the best way to adjust images in Photoshop? So I thought it deserved a post on the blog to help you get the best images when editing.
Question: How do you do color and density corrections in Photoshop?
Answer: I use adjustment layers whenever possible. Why? If you use adjustment layers then save the file as a PSD you can go back and see what you have done. You can make small adjustments from the last place that you adjusted without starting over. And finally if you get one image looking great and you have a number of others that need the same adjusting then you can drag the adjustment layer to other images.
Some of the spring birds I saw from a drive this past weekend. East of Coaldale. It is amazing how one day you can look and not see a bird then the next day they are everywhere!
With all the fields flooding the returning birds are finding lots of open water to land in. A REAL change from last year as last year even the lakes were drying up. Many of my favorite birding spots have actually been dry for a few years. Some in farmers fields have been turned back to producing farm land as they have dried up enough to get equipment in. My only concern is that this water is only a spring thing and birds will start to nest in the flooded fields and then they will dry up.
I am not one to say everything is a result of global warming but something sure has been playing havoc with the rain and heat patterns.
Another high level print done and ready to head out. It is like one of my babies is leaving for its new home!!! Love this view of the bridge!
This frame helps the bridge to stand out even more. The black outside of the frame plays off the black of the bridge. It is amazing how a picture looks so different in different frames. Even the thickness of the frame will make the print look so much different. I have framed this print many times in my classic black frame and lit looks great. This frame changes all that up!