For many years, Genesis Imaging has provided exceptional quality photographic exhibition printing, professional mounting and bespoke framing services to photographers, artists, interior designers and individuals working with national and international museums, galleries and institutions. We are in the unique position of offering every photographic and finishing service required for professional exhibitions – not only can… Read more »
We produce prints for some of the finest artists and photographers in the world and our work can be seen hanging in some of the world’s most prestigious galleries, from Tate St. Ives to The Museum of Modern Art in New York. Irrespective of where you’re showing your work, our client-centric and collaborative approach ensures that your prints turn out exactly the way that you envision them.
What is Lambda C-type Printing? A Lambda c-type print is a digital print produced using Durst’s Lambda machine – a photographic printing machine that uses three lasers (RGB – red, green and blue) merged into one beam to produce digital c-type prints on light-sensitive silver halide materials. Exposed paper is then traditionally ‘wet’ processed using photographic chemistry, in much the same manner as… Read more »
The finest Giclée Fine Art Printing in London. Exhibition quality, archival Giclee Fine Art prints up to 60″ on Hahnemühle and Somerset fine art papers.
Our new ChromaLuxe® Fine Art printing service uses a process called ‘dye sublimation’ to produce images or artwork on slimline aluminium with either a high gloss or satin finish. These 1.2mm thin metal prints have an intense depth and colour intensity that is comparable to that of traditional Cibachrome prints or photographs produced using Kodak Kodachrome or Fujifilm Velvia colour-reversal… Read more »
What are Duratrans? Backlit transparencies (also known as Duratrans or Fujitrans) are photographs or images printed on a translucent-base material, ideal for displaying on lightboxes. We print both Duratrans (which have a translucent base) and Duraclears (which have a transparent base and are commonly used in lightboxes with diffusers) using our Lambda c-type process –… Read more »
We think that printing should be flexible and adaptable, which is why we have utilised our years of photographic printing experience offer Direct to Media UV printing for photographers, artists, interior designers and individuals alike. What is Direct to Media UV Printing? Direct to Media UV Printing is a large format, full colour plus white,… Read more »
What is Canvas Printing? Our Canvas printing service utilises our Giclée printing process to print your images direct to canvas – a popular choice which we can then either professionally stretch over a 30mm or 40mm thick wooden frame (creating a 3 dimensional, block-mounting effect), ready to hang, or frame the print to your exact specifications using… Read more »
About our Student Photographic Printing services Aware of the fragile state of student’s bank accounts and the need to foster new creative talent, Genesis Imaging is proud to offer all students 20% discount across all of our services. With every service that we provide, you have access to our expert team of technicians – who are… Read more »
Our passion for imagery extends to our comprehensive range of professional, creative retouching services. Our highly experienced team of digital image retouchers work with our diverse range of clients to deliver exceptional results on projects ranging from product photographs for catalogues and websites to full-blown image manipulations for international advertising campaigns – when only the… Read more »
Our bespoke wallpaper printing service serves the demands of photographers, artists, interior designers, companies and individuals looking to produce images or artwork to cover extra-large areas, corners or columns. Why Should I Choose Wallpaper Printing? Because our wallpaper is produced using the same Giclée printing process, our wallpapers are archival, durable and suitable for gallery exhibitions and interior… Read more »