Print your best photos
Awesome quality printing in some of the best museum fine art paper and by a 12-colours inkjet printer.
A4210 x 297 mm
A3297 x 420 mm
A3+328 x 483 mm
A2420 x 594 mm
A2 +420 x 630 mm
Matte & backing for framing or printing competitions such as AIPP awards40 x 50 cm - Cut to size
We only charge you what we pay for Australian Post. Most large prints will cost approximately $18. Contact us for options.
Why print with us.
1 - Zoom Studio is not a high-volume lab. We are a full colour management site (all devices calibrated and profiles used).
2 - We print only on the best papers available and on the best printers (12 colours inkjet).
3 - We help you on the file preparation, paper selection and final presentation.
4 - We have printed for many professional photographers for their photography competitions and awards submissions. Many of them had received very impressive awards.
Steps to print with us
We will support you during all steps
Contact us by message or phone
Give us a call or send a message. We will talk about the image, paper options, retouching, sharpening and how much help you need preparing the image, etc.
Prepare file and upload
Following our instructions, upload the files to print using a secure folder.
Sent to you the prints
We will invoice you and send the prints after making sure they are just perfect.
Paper selection? No worries, we can help.
We can suggest which paper is best for each photo based on the size, subject and file resolution.
Papers we love and have in stock
The following instructions are only required if you use Photoshop or Lightroom.
Printing file preparation - Photoshop
2 - Adjust your image size to your print size and select 360 dpi (dots per inch).
In most cases, the original size will be bigger than the resized printing size. That means that your photo has more resolution than it is required by the printer. (image size xxxx (was xxx)).
Note that for you will only be able to change the resolution of the image if you tick the "resample" tickbox.
If your image does not have sufficient resolution for the size you require printing with at least 170 dpi, consider printing it smaller or ask us to help with the image. There are a few things we may do to improve the quality of low res images.