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  • A photo printing is all about printing an image on the photo paper. We have printers that vary from different printers in light of the fact that they have more shading cartridges, which take into consideration a more extensive scope of tones and tones, and some even contain unique photograph ink. Claims that a printer is a "photograph printer" may be misdirecting in light of the fact that actually all inkjets can print a photo; then again, not all inkjets will have the quality or the different alternatives of genuine photograph printers. Thus we ensure the high quality printing.
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Types of photo printing

  • Chromogenic Print - A printing that is known since years, using negatives or slides. It is done using the process of chemical layers and drying. It has three layers of cyan, magenta and yellow together to form a complete image. A very famous kind of color photo printing.
  • Digital Print - It is the form of printing through digital medium an image or picture to directly on paper of your choice. You can use glossy, matt, non-tear able and velvet finished papers as per your requirements.
  • Inkjet Print - A traditional print based on dye and pigment based inks. We are using this since long years. Most affordable and budget suitable printing for high quantity of work.

Photo Printing at Print Broking

  • Printing on a photo is very difficult when quality is kept in mind. At Print Broking we assure you world class quality of printing. We have been working on this since last five years. We have established a team of experienced photo editors, they are been trained well to understand the needs of clients.

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