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Fine Art Prints

from: €15,85
  • Museum quality Fine Art paper
  • Deep blacks, wide colour gamut and high image sharpness
  • Choose from six types of paper, incl.Hahnemühle
  • Production time: 7 working days
    Production time: 7 working days

Are you looking for Fine Art photo prints of museum quality? We use our advanced printing techniques and Hahnemühle paper, among others, to turn your photos into genuine works of art. High-quality Fine Art Giclée prints, both in colour as well as black and white.

Colour Fine Art prints: formats and prices

1-49 50-99 100+
30x30 t/m 30x45

€ 27,45

€ 24,71

€ 23,33

40x40 t/m 40x60

€ 33,00

€ 29,70

€ 28,05

50x50 t/m 50x75

€ 49,00

€ 44,10

€ 41,65

60x60 t/m 60x90

€ 71,00

€ 63,90

€ 60,35

70x70 t/m 70x105

€ 94,00

€ 84,60

€ 79,90

1-49 50-99 100+
30x30 t/m 30x45

€ 27,45

€ 24,71

€ 23,33

40x40 t/m 40x60

€ 33,00

€ 29,70

€ 28,05

50x50 t/m 50x75

€ 49,00

€ 44,10

€ 41,65

60x60 t/m 60x90

€ 71,00

€ 63,90

€ 60,35

70x70 t/m 70x105

€ 94,00

€ 84,60

€ 79,90

1-49 50-99 100+
30x30 t/m 30x45

€ 28,55

€ 25,70

€ 24,27

40x40 t/m 40x60

€ 36,00

€ 32,40

€ 30,60

50x50 t/m 50x75

€ 53,00

€ 47,70

€ 45,05

60x60 t/m 60x90

€ 75,00

€ 67,50

€ 63,75

70x70 t/m 70x105

€ 99,00

€ 89,10

€ 84,15

1-49 50-99 100+
30x30 t/m 30x45

€ 28,55

€ 25,70

€ 24,27

40x40 t/m 40x60

€ 36,00

€ 32,40

€ 30,60

50x50 t/m 50x75

€ 53,00

€ 47,70

€ 45,05

60x60 t/m 60x90

€ 75,00

€ 67,50

€ 63,75

70x70 t/m 70x105

€ 99,00

€ 89,10

€ 84,15

1-49 50-99 100+
30x30 t/m 30x45

€ 18,65

€ 16,79

€ 15,85

40x40 t/m 40x60

€ 29,00

€ 26,10

€ 24,65

50x50 t/m 50x75

€ 44,00

€ 39,60

€ 37,40

60x60 t/m 60x90

€ 65,00

€ 58,50

€ 55,25

70x70 t/m 70x105

€ 94,00

€ 84,60

€ 79,90

Black and white Fine Art prints: formats and prices

1-49 50-99 100+
30x30 t/m 30x45

€ 18,65

€ 16,79

€ 15,85

40x40 t/m 40x60

€ 29,00

€ 26,10

€ 24,65

50x50 t/m 50x75

€ 44,00

€ 39,60

€ 37,40

60x60 t/m 60x90

€ 65,00

€ 58,50

€ 55,25

70x70 t/m 70x105

€ 94,00

€ 84,60

€ 79,90

1-49 50-99 100+
30x30 t/m 30x45

€ 21,95

€ 18,66

€ 18,66

40x40 t/m 40x60

€ 37,00

€ 31,45

€ 31,45

50x50 t/m 50x75

€ 51,00

€ 43,35

€ 43,35

60x60 t/m 60x90

€ 72,00

€ 61,20

€ 61,20

70x70 t/m 70x105

€ 99,00

€ 84,15

€ 84,15

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Museum quality Fine Art prints

High-quality photo prints on Fine Art paper

Profotonet’s Fine Art prints are unique photo prints of museum quality. The various basic colours and surface structures of the Fine Art paper types make the colours and image sharpness stronger than those of standard photo prints.

The printing technique gives exceptional print quality and colour control, so you are assured a wide colour gamut, perfect image sharpness and consistent colours creating extremely long-lasting prints.

You can order our Fine Art prints on various types of Hahnemühle paper. What’s more, you can also order prints on Lustre paper for the highest quality black and white Fine Art prints.

Musuem quality with a narrow white border

We provide the Hahnemühle Fine Art Giclée prints with a white 1cm border as standard. The result is that your photo print is 2cm longer and wider. Not only does this give the work a luxurious appearance, but it also adds an extra layer of protection to fragile prints. The white border makes it easier to frame your photo without losing part of the image behind the frame or passe-partout. On top of that, the contrast with the white border makes your photo stand out even more and turns it into a true showstopper!

Fine Art Giclée prints from Profotonet

Our Fine Art Giclée prints meet the highest criteria for museums and galleries and guarantee the longest possible durability of your photo art reproductions, whether on the wall or in the archives. For our Fine Art Giclée prints, we use the latest generation of pigment inks and the paper from renowned German manufacturer Hahnemühle for exceptionally long-lasting prints and extremely accurate colour rendering, both in colour as well as black and white.

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FAQ

How do I get a specific photo print format?

As explained under the aspect ratio section, the measurements of your print depend on standard paper widths adopted in the photographic industry, as well as on your image’s aspect ratios. You require a photo print with self-selected measurements. How does that work?

Paper measurements

As a rule of thumb, we always try to expose the entire image to ratio, as large as possible, to your selected format. The table below outlines the minimum and maximum paper measurements per print format. As you can see, the short side is always fixed and the long side is variable.

Please note: The exception to this rule is size 10×15. As you can see, here the long side is fixed and the short side is variable.

Minimum and maximum measurements per print format
Product descriptionmin.max.
10×15 – 11×158.5 x 15.211.5 x 15.2
13×13 – 13×1912.7 x 12.712.7 x 19.1
15×15 – 15×2215.2 x 15.215.2 x 22.8
20×20 – 20×3020.3 x 20.320.3 x 30.5
30×30 – 30×4530.5 x 30.530.5 x 45.8
40×40 – 40×6040.6 x 40.640.6 x 60.9
50×50 – 50×7550.8 x 50.850.8 x 76.2
60×60 – 60×9061.0 x 61.061.0 x 91.5
70×70 – 70×10571.0 x 71.071.0 x 106.5
76×76 – 76×11576.2 x 76.276.2 x 114.3
76×20076.2 x 76.276.2 x 200.0
76×30076.2 x 76.276.2 x 300.0
76×40076.2 x 76.276.2 x 400.0
80×80 – 80×12081.3 x 81.381.3 x 121.9
90×90 – 90×13591.4 x 91.491.4 x 137.2
100×100 – 100×150101.6 x 101.6101.6 x 152.4
120×120 – 120×180121.9 x 121.9121.9 x 182.9

 

We do not automatically trim Ilford Galerie paper (13×19, 20×30 and 30×45). You will, of course, receive the photo in the correct aspect ratio, and we always print the entire image. It’s just the photo will be a little shorter than e.g. 13×19, and we white-fill the extra space on the paper, meaning you receive the photo with white borders that you can then trim yourself.

 

How do I order multiple photos in one go?

This is asked a lot: can I combine multiple photos, different products, formats or paper types in a single order?

Everything is possible! And, hassle-free too.

Step 1: Select your files

Step 2: Select the photos you would like to have in a particular size

Step 3: On the right, select which product, size and paper/finish type you want, and confirm with the red ‘add’ button. These have now been added to the basket; you will see at the top right of the screen that the basket has changed from red to green, with a number beside it. Also, by the files in question, you will now see in green what you have ordered for the particular photo.

Step 4: Next, select any other files you want in a different size/paper type, and repeat these steps as often as you need to until you have processed all your photos and formats.

Step 5: Click on the basket at the top right of the screen to complete your order.

How do I order irregular formats?

If you’re after an irregular format (e.g. for an exact photo frame fit), that’s no problem at all. You will first have to edit the image using photo editing software, such as Photoshop, and afterwards possibly trim it yourself.

As long as you follow the steps outlined below to the letter, anything is possible.

  • Format the image to your preferred format in centimetres by cropping and/or altering the image size. When altering the image size ensure the ‘calculate new image pixels’ option isn’t ticked without good reason.
    *Example: 10×18.5 cm.
  • Select the right paper format, whereby the short and long sides of your image fall within the paper’s printable space.
    * For 10×18.5 choose 13×13-13×19.
  • Avoid automatic scaling by making the short side equal to the paper’s short side. You do so via canvas enlargement of the short side; the long side must lie within the minimum and maximum of the selected paper format.
    * For a 10×18.5 you therefore make the 10 cm side 12.7 cm, by adding 2.7 cm canvas (white border).

For our exact paper formats, and a few examples, read the ‘How do I get a specific photo print format?’ blog.

Do you find all of this too much effort, or don’t have access to, say, Photoshop? If so, select Custom Photo Prints on our order platform. Here you can enter your preferred size down to the nearest half a centimetre. You will then receive your photo in the right size, but with white borders though. You’ll need to trim these yourself.

How do I get a specific photo print format?

As explained under the aspect ratio section, the measurements of your print depend on standard paper widths adopted in the photographic industry, as well as on your image’s aspect ratios. You require a photo print with self-selected measurements. How does that work?

Paper measurements

As a rule of thumb, we always try to expose the entire image to ratio, as large as possible, to your selected format. The table below outlines the minimum and maximum paper measurements per print format. As you can see, the short side is always fixed and the long side is variable.

Please note: The exception to this rule is size 10×15. As you can see, here the long side is fixed and the short side is variable.

Minimum and maximum measurements per print format
Product descriptionmin.max.
10×15 – 11×158.5 x 15.211.5 x 15.2
13×13 – 13×1912.7 x 12.712.7 x 19.1
15×15 – 15×2215.2 x 15.215.2 x 22.8
20×20 – 20×3020.3 x 20.320.3 x 30.5
30×30 – 30×4530.5 x 30.530.5 x 45.8
40×40 – 40×6040.6 x 40.640.6 x 60.9
50×50 – 50×7550.8 x 50.850.8 x 76.2
60×60 – 60×9061.0 x 61.061.0 x 91.5
70×70 – 70×10571.0 x 71.071.0 x 106.5
76×76 – 76×11576.2 x 76.276.2 x 114.3
76×20076.2 x 76.276.2 x 200.0
76×30076.2 x 76.276.2 x 300.0
76×40076.2 x 76.276.2 x 400.0
80×80 – 80×12081.3 x 81.381.3 x 121.9
90×90 – 90×13591.4 x 91.491.4 x 137.2
100×100 – 100×150101.6 x 101.6101.6 x 152.4
120×120 – 120×180121.9 x 121.9121.9 x 182.9

 

We do not automatically trim Ilford Galerie paper (13×19, 20×30 and 30×45). You will, of course, receive the photo in the correct aspect ratio, and we always print the entire image. It’s just the photo will be a little shorter than e.g. 13×19, and we white-fill the extra space on the paper, meaning you receive the photo with white borders that you can then trim yourself.

 

How do I order multiple photos in one go?

This is asked a lot: can I combine multiple photos, different products, formats or paper types in a single order?

Everything is possible! And, hassle-free too.

Step 1: Select your files

Step 2: Select the photos you would like to have in a particular size

Step 3: On the right, select which product, size and paper/finish type you want, and confirm with the red ‘add’ button. These have now been added to the basket; you will see at the top right of the screen that the basket has changed from red to green, with a number beside it. Also, by the files in question, you will now see in green what you have ordered for the particular photo.

Step 4: Next, select any other files you want in a different size/paper type, and repeat these steps as often as you need to until you have processed all your photos and formats.

Step 5: Click on the basket at the top right of the screen to complete your order.

How do I order irregular formats?

If you’re after an irregular format (e.g. for an exact photo frame fit), that’s no problem at all. You will first have to edit the image using photo editing software, such as Photoshop, and afterwards possibly trim it yourself.

As long as you follow the steps outlined below to the letter, anything is possible.

  • Format the image to your preferred format in centimetres by cropping and/or altering the image size. When altering the image size ensure the ‘calculate new image pixels’ option isn’t ticked without good reason.
    *Example: 10×18.5 cm.
  • Select the right paper format, whereby the short and long sides of your image fall within the paper’s printable space.
    * For 10×18.5 choose 13×13-13×19.
  • Avoid automatic scaling by making the short side equal to the paper’s short side. You do so via canvas enlargement of the short side; the long side must lie within the minimum and maximum of the selected paper format.
    * For a 10×18.5 you therefore make the 10 cm side 12.7 cm, by adding 2.7 cm canvas (white border).

For our exact paper formats, and a few examples, read the ‘How do I get a specific photo print format?’ blog.

Do you find all of this too much effort, or don’t have access to, say, Photoshop? If so, select Custom Photo Prints on our order platform. Here you can enter your preferred size down to the nearest half a centimetre. You will then receive your photo in the right size, but with white borders though. You’ll need to trim these yourself.

Order your Fine Art photo prints now with a click of a button

Fine Art prints from Profotonet

Having your photos printed on high-quality Fine Art paper means exceptional quality and stunning colour control. Our Fine Art paper types from Hahnemühle, on Lustre papier, Inkjet and Ilford, have a wide colour gamut, perfect image sharpness and excellent durability.

All Fine Art prints fall under Fine Art Giclée prints. With Giclée prints, high-grade inks are applied in different colour layers on special paper, such as our Hahnemühle paper, Making your photo a reproduction of an extremely high-quality work of art.

The Fine Art prints on Hahnemühle paper are delivered with a white 1cm border as standard. This has both a practical as well as stylish reason. The white border makes it easier to frame your photo, without losing part of the image behind the frame or passepartout.

Would you rather have your photos reproduced through photo exposure rather than printed? Then check out our colour photo prints and our black and white photo prints.