We offer high quality archival photo papers for photography prints.  Inks that are used for printing are all pigment based with archival properties of up to 110 years.  Looking to create black & white photos? With the Epson printers we use, we can achieve a true black & white mode with only using three different black inks that are in these printers.

Papers typically used in this realm of printing are Glossy, Semi Gloss, and Luster, but you’re not limited to just this selection.  In the price listings below there are also matte papers that compliment photographs nicely when printed on this media.  You can also use any of our listed fine art papers.

Giclée printing is all produced in house. We’re hands on with every job from start to finish ensuring the highest quality output for prints.

Below is the pricing for papers we offer.  We’re not limited to just these.  If there is a paper you have used for a previous print project, we can most likely get that same paper.


Steps to processing your print order.

• Submit the details of what you want printed.

• You can send a scan by uploading your file below, or ship us your original to be scanned and color corrected.

• Once the details are worked out we will send you a quote by e mail.

• Invoice will be sent and once the invoice is paid the print job starts.


Turn around time.

When artwork is sent to us to be scanned and color correct, approximately two weeks

If you’re submitting a scan that has already been color corrected and ready to go to print, four to five days.

Need us to put some pep in our step with your print job?  We can do that for a fee. Rush fee’s start at $75, and will take about three to four days.



Sending a Scan?

Below is where you can upload your file.

Here are the steps start to finish.

• Send us your work to be scanned and color corrected.  Here is our address:
Two Crows Printing
7 School Street
Bar Harbor, ME 04609

• All print orders are shipped flat.  Prints are wrapped in a tissue paper and packaged in double thick corrugated cardboard.  We then wrap every package in a thick black butcher paper.  This ensures that the prints will not be damage during shipping.

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