How To Order

To place an order simply contact us via email with your requirements. Files can be sent through at the same time or separately.
We will then email back to confirm the details of your order, such as print paper, mount size, moulding choice, whether the image is to be close mounted or mounted with a border to sign underneath the image etc. Once we have confirmed all your order details we then pop through an invoice.

Preparing Images For Prints

Images should be saved as 300PPI or you can simply send us the largest file you have and we will do the rest. There is no need to up-size your images, our printing rip software can do this at the printing stage. File format should be Tif or Jpeg. Images should be sent in RGB format. But if you are not sure on any of these just send the files over and we always check each and every file so will sort the ppi and colour space for you.

We will double check for any colour issues before printing, but If you would like to soft proof your images in photoshop or other software then please click here to be taken to the ICC profile download page.

Sending Files

Images can be uploaded via our page on Wetransfer by clicking this link. 

Files can also be sent to
Customers usually send files by the below methods, all are free. Similar file sending service are also fine to use. here you can send files upto 2GB free of charge.
Gmail or Goggle Drive
Email (for smaller files)

Files can also be sent on a disc or memory stick via the post to Photography Printing, 25 Bradfield Drive, Martham, Norfolk, NR29 4UP.

How To Pay

Payment can be made via Bank Transfer, paypal, cheque, or cash.

To pay by cheque please send a cheque made payable to Photography Printing, 25 Bradfield Drive, Martham, Norfolk, NR29 4UP

How Long Will My Order Take?

Printed & Mounted Orders are usually dispatched within five working days. For framed orders and Canvas orders please allow up to 10 workings day, although we are usually able to get orders out much quicker depending on the complexity and our current workloads.