Our Traditional Photo Print line is for high quality medium priced prints. Use Photo Prints for 4x6 - 8x12 sizes. For larger prints 10X10 to 60X120 go to C-Prints and Posters.
Photo Prints are available in standard sizes from 4x6 - 8x12 in matte, gloss, and pro satin surfaces. The difference in Robin Imaging Photo Prints and prints done by others is the skill of the technician. Our prints are individually adjusted by the technician for color and density.
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At Robin Imaging we take great pride in our craftsmanship and guarantee you will be pleased with the results. If for some reason we have not lived up to your expectations, we will do our best to make it right. Please notify us within 7 days of the receipt of your print.
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Robin Imaging uses only the best materials available. We print using archival quality pigmented inks onto the best papers and canvas. When properly handled they should last over 100 years. See our description on each material for specifics.