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We are excited to announce our upgraded digital capture service as of February 2019! Our system is designed to satisfy the demanding needs of artists, designers, architects, archivists, pre-press professionals, and businesses that need high resolution digital files from artwork, documents, and other originals. Our capture system is equipped with a high-resolution Hasselblad H6D camera capable of producing a 1.2 GB file in 8-bit or a 2.4 GB file in 16 bit. Files are captured so that they have as much information as possible and with advanced ICC color profiles programmed to ensure quality color reproduction. We always provide a reference print on one of our fine art archival papers so every client sees a physical representation of their file.
Check out our informational Video about Digital Capture here!
Artwork, Documents, & Other Originals
We can work with any type of flat art (including fabric), documents, and other originals up to 60”x 84”. We can also digitize multi piece works (such as diptychs and triptychs) and use photo editing technology to create one seamless digital file. Reach out to us for an estimate on your project and we will be happy to help you out!
Color Accuracy and Paper Color
Our digital capture studio is setup with equipment to ensure your file will have the most accurate color representation possible. Each element - our Hasselblad H6D camera, professional quality studio lighting, and custom programmed ICC color profiles matched to our studio environment - have been selected with this goal in mind. When capturing originals on colored or tinted paper we will also balance to the white on a gray scale to maintain the feel of your original work.
Highly Reflective Surfaces and Metallic Paints
Surfaces with a high reflective quality, especially gloss varnishes and metallic paints are some of the most difficult artistic elements to capture. Robin Imaging has a number of remedies that can help overcome these issues, including polarizing filters. Learn about our Polarization services here! It is best, however, to have artwork digitized before it is varnished to help avoid unwanted reflections which are difficult to overcome. Reflections can also cause the color and density to vary based on the way in which light hits the surface, so differences in representation are unavoidable to some degree. Gold and silver foils are especially problematic in this area. Certain fine art printing materials can recreate similar effects to high gloss varnishes as well as metallic paints. Check with one of our team members for more information!
Certain pieces call for extra care and attention during the digitizing process. Vintage photographs with tears, blueprints with creases and folds, or artworks with 3-dimensional elements are just some of the scenarios where special handling may be needed to ensure the best capture possible. If you believe your original may require special handling, please check with one of our representatives to discuss the best method and costs involved. Be sure to tell us how you plan to use the digital file so that we can provide you with the most cost-effective methods.
It doesn't stop there...
Digitizing original artwork (oil or acrylic paintings, water colors, drawings, pastels, charcoal and more), blue prints, damaged documents, or memorable pieces like old family portraits is the first step in the fascinating process of reproduction. The next steps and services that we offer include proofing, restoration, and printing on many choices of media. Give us the opportunity to help create your vision! Send us your ideas and ask your questions here or call 513-381-5116. In-depth guidance, specs and pricing.
These four images depict digital output from our former Phase I camera compared to three Hasselblad H6D images.
These images depict different camera outputs. On the left is a cell phone camera image to show light reflections. The center image is a normal digital image captured by the Hasselblad H6D that depicts areas where reflecting light causes issues. The image on the right was captured with the Hasselblad H6D with an added polarizing filter to greatly diminish the reflection problems. Click here for closeup.
"As a landscape painter I found that capturing the nuances and color (especially blue) were challenging digitally for reproduction. It was helpful to know the 3 levels of scanning to choose from too. I have projects coming up so this will be wonderful." - Kay Hurley
Commune by Katherine Hurley
"The newer process will make my images much higher quality and more defined. I was already happy with the old way, but I am really excited about the new one. I am determined to provide the highest quality products in order to maintain a good reputation for fine art." – Linnea Head
Fiona, II by Linnea Head
Lion by Harrison Warfel
"My son does very intricate pen on paper drawings and has them imaged for his portfolio and like size and notecard print reproductions. I was particularly interested in how the decision is made for camera and quality and now have a better understanding which capture level to request. We have been so lucky to have your team work with us over the past 2-3 years." -Arianna Warfel
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