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Professional printers have large, high definition scanners and printers.  Prints can be produced on watercolor paper heavier than that which could be run through a home printer.  The ink and paper are archival.  They do the sizing and cutting.  Besides this, however, one of the main advantages is one does not have to spend the time to do all this oneself.  Need more prints?  Order them, while working on your next assignment or project. 

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On Thu, Jan 7, 2016 at 8:24 AM, Lore Ruttan <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
I'm hearing various opinions about the value of professional fine art prints vs self-printing with a good quality printer (with archival inks on archival paper). Aside from the consideration of color management that Bruce and others mentioned, do others feel the professional prints are that much superior and why?



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