EPSON SP 9900 / 11880

EPSON STYLUS PRO 9900 / 11880

We perform inkjet prints on a large-format Epson Stylus Pro 9900 and Epson Stylus Pro 11880. As we only use original Epson UltraChrome™ HDR and Ultra Chrome™ K3 pigment inks, we achieve the highest standard of prints, obtaining a precise reproduction of colours and smooth tonal transitions.
The excellence of the images is ensured by the professional FineArt papers and high standard of photographic paper we use.

The FineArt bases fulfil strict archival norms, and for this reason too, when observing the exhibition condition and preservation instructions of the paper manufacturers and with a suitable frame the lifetime of our prints exceeds 100 years.


Maximum print resolution: 2888 x 1440 dpi
Maximum print width: 162 cm

ICC profiles of papers can be made available on request.


Available papers:

HAHNEMÜHLE (FineArt papers, archival standard)


See How to prepare a file for print.



Photo Rag 188 g / 308 g is a matt FineArt paper. Acid-free, coated on one side, 100% cotton. The high quality of this paper ensures the depth of black, optimally graded intensive colours and excellent resolution of the images. Photo Rag is an outstanding medium which has gained recognition on the artistic print market and constitutes a marker of quality and reference to other papers available on the FineArt market.


Basis weight: 188 g/m2, 308 g/m2
Thickness: 188 g/m2: 0.30 mm, 308 g/m2, 0.48 mm
Whiteness: 92.5 %
White shade: white
Maximum width of roll: 110 cm

ICC profile: available on request


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Photo Rag Ultra Smooth 305 g is a matt FineArt paper. Acid-free, 100% cotton. Distinguished from other papers of the Photo Rag family by its more delicate texture and lighter shade. Performs beautifully in color photography, perfectly reproducing all the details.


Basis weight: 305 g/m2
Thickness: 0.48 mm
Whiteness: 94 %
White shade: white
Maximum width of roll: 110 cm

ICC profile: available on reques


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Photo Rag Baryta 315 g is a glossy FineArt paper produced 100% from cotton. Its structure and basis weight are comparable to a barite-type photographic base. Prints are characterised by a high saturation of colours and excellent tonal transitions. The paper guarantees achievement of deep blacks, and black & white prints attain a bright black deceptively similar to a silver image.


Basis weight: 315 g/m2
Thickness: 0.39 mm
Whiteness: 91.0 %
White shade: white
Maximum width of a roll: 162 cm

ICC profile: available on request


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FINEART BARYTA SATIN is a white satin barite paper, made of 100% α-cellulose. Due to its characteristics it provides exceptional results – an image characterised with a large color spectrum and intense colors. It is also perfect for black and white photography as it allows for very deep blacks (D-max) and excellent image sharpness. It serves well for art reproduction, meeting the highest archival standards.

Weight: 300 g / m2
Maximum width of roll: 111 cm

ICC profile: available on request


German Etching 310 g paper is a FineArt paper with a velvety smooth surface and a delicate structure. Acid-free paper made of 100% α-cellulose. German Etching is one of the most popular media used worldwide for graphics and photography. A wide gamut of colors and smooth tonal transitions ensure the highest quality in photo printing, including art reproductions.

Weight: 310 g / m2
Thickness: 0.50 mm
Brightness: 91.5%
White shade: naturally white
Maximum width of roll: 110 cm

ICC profile: available on request


Photo Rag Pearl 320 g is a glossy FineArt type paper with a uniform structure with pearl gloss. Acid-free, one-side coated made of 100% cotton. Prints are characterized by unprecedented depth of color, it perfectly conveys the "subtleties" of photographic works. Gives excellent results when printing both black & white and color photography due to the deep blacks and reproduction of small details that are emphasized by the pearly surface of the medium. The paper perfectly highlights the artistic character of the works, recommended in particular for the reproduction of warm toned prints.

Weight: 320 g / m2
Thickness: 0.48 mm
Brightness: 89.0%
White shade: naturally white
Maximum width of roll: 110 cm

ICC profile: available on customer's request

How to prepare a file


1. Calibrating the monitor – working on a monitor prepared for computer processing 90% guarantees that the image view will match the exposure. In our laboratory we work on profiled equipment, and our monitors are calibrated according to ISO standard 15076-1:2005.

2. Converting the image to RGB mode, 8 or 16 bits per channel. Black & white images should be prepared in greyscale.

3. Use of the ICC profile of the selected paper.*

4. Size: the file should be prepared in the final size – 1:1 scale.

5. Resolution: minimum 360 dpi**

6. Format: TIFF (may be with LZW compression) or JPEG (compression: maximum quality).

7. File name: number_surname_forename_printFormatINmm e.g. 005_kowalski_adam_297x420

8. Files can be delivered to us in person, sent by email or saved on our FTP server (you will find the server address in the Contact tab). Please contact us to provide details and confirm your order.


* We can make the ICC profile available on request. In case of prints made on Epson, giving the ICC profile only concerns colour photographs; black & white photos do not require the application of profiles but should be saved in greyscale.

Installation of ICC profile:

After saving an ICC profile on your computer you should point your cursor at it and right-click.
Select the command "Install profile".
The profile will now be installed on your computer.
If Photoshop was open, you should restart it and give the selected profile.

ATTENTION! It is recommended that most of the work connected with computer processing of photography be conducted on files in a standard colour scheme (sRGB or Adobe RGB), and in order to view the accordance of the image displayed on the monitor with the exposure use the Soft Proofing option with the final ICC profile.
The ICC profile should be given in the last phase of processing, and a spare copy should be made before saving the file in the standard scheme. Should you have any doubt over giving an ICC profile, please deliver the file in a standard colour scheme (sRGB or Adobe RGB).


** If you are in any doubt, please do not enlarge or decrease the resolution of the files, so that the lab technician can view their true usable resolution. The greater the source resolution of the file, the greater the enlargement that we are able to produce while preserving a high image quality (e.g. from a 3700 x 5600 pixel matrix we can make a good-quality 100 x 70 cm enlargement, and from a 2300 x 3500 pixel matrix we can make a 30 x 45 cm format).