Can you match the color of my reproduction prints to my original artwork?
We color profile all of our devices to provide the most consistency. How close your colors meet your expectations depends a lot on how controlled you keep your color environment. We cannot guarantee that what you see on your monitor will exactly match the print that we produce. There will always be slight variations of color between your monitor and your prints as well as your original art and your reproductions. If color is a critical concern to you we recommend that you purchase a proof print that you approve before buying a large print. Ask about proofing at here or call 513-381-5116.
How long will my prints last?
The life expectancy of all inks and dyes is greatly impacted by display conditions. The amount of UV light and the number of hours per day a print is exposed to it matters. Print permanence ratings are based on accelerated testing of prints displayed indoors, under glass, or with a protective spray. Actual print stability will vary according to the image printed, display conditions, light intensity, humidity, and atmospheric conditions. For maximum print life, display all prints behind UV absorbing glass, with lamination, or with a protective spray.
HD Metal Prints life expectancy is greatly dependent on display conditions and is directly related to the amount of UV light exposure. They are durable enough to be used outside, but sunlight will gradually fade them. How long that takes is directly dependent on the amount of sunlight they receive.
Fine Art Papers should be framed using acid-free materials and displayed behind UV absorbing glass. When
displayed under the proper conditions are expected to last 100-400 years without significant fading. Prints
containing OBAs may show some color change. If the print will not be displayed behind glass we recommend a protective spray coating be applied. This will not change the finish.
Fine art canvas displayed in proper conditions with a protective spray should last 100-400 years without significant fading.
What file types are best for printing? What resolution should I use?
Our online store accepts TIFF or JPEG files. We recommend that digital files are between 150 to 300 PPI. Lower resolutions can be used for some printing options but files lower than 100 PPI are not recommended.
If you have concerns or doubts about the quality of any digital file from which you would like us to print, please contact us for advice. We will be happy to look at the file to determine its capability to meet your expectations. We cannot be held responsible for prints from low-quality digital files. Reach out to us here or call 513-381-5116.
How do I order online?
Click Here to view an instructional video to learn how to upload and order your prints online.
My digital files are large and I am concerned they will lose quality by sending through the online store. How can I send my files to you without losing quality?
We provide a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) called Hightail to ensure the transfer and management of large files. Click here to send files. Add important notes including your name, phone #, and details of what you would like to do with the files. In order to ensure our digital security, we cannot accept files through other digital file-sharing software (i.e. Dropbox, WeTransfer, etc.)
How long will it take for my prints to be ready?
Plan 3 business days for most prints, and 5 - 10 days for stretched canvases, acrylics, and framing. Times may vary given the complexity and size of your order. If you would like a more accurate date, please call 513-381-5116 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Rush order prices may apply.
Do you offer any discounts to professional artists?
We offer quantity discounts on a wide range of products and services to all of our clients automatically. For our most dedicated clients, we also have a Professional Incentive Program that you can join upon qualification. Contact us here or call 513-381-5116 for information.
I have a tax-exempt status. How do I set up my account so that my online orders are tax exempt?
Tax-exempt accounts must be set up IN ADVANCE. Email email@example.com to request the Ohio State Tax Exempt form (STEC-B) and begin the process to order online tax-exempt.
Until your tax-free account is created, call us at 513-381-5116 or stop by the store to place orders. We cannot remove the tax from online orders that have already been placed.
What is your return policy?
Robin Imaging takes great pride in our craftsmanship and guarantees that you will be pleased with the results. If your print arrives damaged or for some reason, we have not lived up to your expectations please notify us within 7 days of receipt of your print. Call us at 513-381-5116. We will need photos of the damage, the packaging, and the inspection card which may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will resolve the issue as quickly as possible.
What is your cancellation policy?
Once an order is in production the order cannot be cancelled and is nonrefundable. If you cancel an order before it has moved into production, you may choose to either receive a refund less a 10% fee based on the total amount or receive an in-store credit for the full amount.
Will the holiday season affect my order? Should I expect a longer wait time for my project to be complete?
The holiday season (end of November thru December) is our busiest time of year. Orders could take longer to complete than standard turnaround times including rush orders. If you have a deadline, we encourage you to contact us here or call 513-381-5116 to check current turnaround times.
Do you offer wholesale pricing?
We offer wholesale pricing to qualified vendors. To see if you qualify, email us or call 513-381-5166 to speak with our owners.