Pixel Perfect Prolab produces photo printing in both large and small formats. You can be confident that we use the highest quality products and only the best processes for photo printing.
Large format photo printing —
- Digital photo prints are printed with a high-speed 50-inch wide LAMBDA printer.
- Printed on a wide range of long-life, photographic media from Kodak andFuji.
– Kodak or Fuji – Lustre, Matte and Gloss.
– Fuji – FujiFlex (Ultra Gloss), Fuji Pearl (Metallic) and Backlit.
Small format photo printing —
- Digital photo prints are printed with our Noritsu OSS 3202 printer.
- Printed on long-life Kodak or Fuji Lustre paper.
Paper types for the Lambda
The lambda printer is the benchmark for quality in digital printing. The lambda printer produces digital prints onto light sensitive papers using lasers, all Lambda prints are chemically processed.
Our lambda prints all share excellent skin tone reproduction, deep rich colours and excellent shadow detail. We only use the finest papers available from Fuji and Kodak and all papers are rated as archival.
Our most popular paper finish and the best all rounder, Fuji lustre has a semi-gloss satin finish which is more forgiving of fingerprints. Rich colour reproduction, great skin tones and deep blacks have made this the natural choice for many photographers.
The matte finish from Kodak features our most delicate semi-matte texture, a great all round performer displaying great skin tones with the added benefit of reduced reflections on the paper surface compared to our other Lambda papers.
Kodak Endura Gloss brings excellent depth and richness to any image with intense blacks and punchy colours. As with all glossy papers, this paper needs to be handled with care as the surface is easy to scratch or mark with fingerprints.
Fuji Pearl paper is our metallic gloss lambda paper. An imperceptible extra layer above the print dyes causes iridescence which adds an extra dimension to both colour and black and white images, particularly visible in highlights and in reflections on the paper surface
Pixel Perfect is one of the only labs in Australia to print on this stock, Fuji Flex (sometimes called super or hyper gloss) is noticeably different in feel from our other lambda papers. Fuji flex uses a plastic rather than paper base as its material, which enables its surface to be completely free of texture, the mirror smooth surface gives sharp details and the warmer white gives rich colours. Fuji flex is the most fragile Lambda paper and should be handled with extreme care, but the results are unique well worth the effort.
Paper types for the Noritsu 3202 Mini Lab
With no compromise on quality, our mini-lab produces true photographic prints. Only available in set photographic sizes, these are exposed and processed in the same way as Lambda prints.
Kodak Lustre is the only type of paper onoffer for the mionilab and has a semi-gloss, satin finish which is forgiving of fingerprints. It also features the same rich colour characteristics, great skin tones and deep blacks that makes Lustre one of the most popular paper choice for photographers.