Professional Fine Art Giclee Printing

The art of professional, fine art printing is alive and well with Pixel Perfect expert Giclee Printing services. We have strong relationships with Australia’s leading photographers who’ve fallen in love with our quality of work and professionalism of service.

Sydney’s Specialist Fine Art Printers

Pixel Perfect is a premier fine art printing service in Sydney while serving the whole of Australia, and indeed the world. Our team offers you unparalleled service and fine art Giclee quality printing results, using the latest in technology and old-fashioned eyes for detail.

Our Fine Art Printing Techniques

Digital Imaging

We create a high-definition digital image through direct capture or from computer software, such as scanning negatives, or we directly scan artworks to a very high definition. We edit the digital image and proof it to remove any blemishes and to match the original artwork as precisely as possible in detail and colour.

Inkjet Printing Technology

We use specialised large format Epson and HP printers with extremely fine nozzles. We use up to twelve colours., and five levels of black and grey ink to ensure we can match the tones and hues perfectly. These printers spray microscopic droplets of pigment-based inks onto the printing surface, as per the digital printing source file.


You can produce Giclee prints on many different materials, such as archival-quality paper or canvases. Each printing surface provides a unique texture and appearance, allowing for some stunning artwork to be produced. We only use 100% cotton fine art paper from Hahnemuhle and Canson, as we feel it is the best paper for this kind of work, and produces the highest quality results.

Check out our selection of paper types here

Fine Art Giclee Printing for Artists & Photographs

Pixel Perfect is a premier fine art printing service in Sydney while serving the whole of Australia, and indeed the world. Our team offers you unparalleled service and fine art Giclee quality printing results, using the latest in technology and old-fashioned eyes for detail.

Large Format Fine Art


Material Choices. Artists sometimes opt for different materials to produce their artwork on, such as canvas or different styles of paper. Highly textured fine art paper can mimic canvas and give the feel of the original artwork 

Reproduction Fidelity. Our goal is to make the reproduction as close to the quality of the original, as possible. This includes capturing brushstrokes, the layering of paint and any subtle nuances of the artist. We utilise high-resolution scanners and cameras to capture incredible detail before printing.

Colour Matching. Colour matching and colour accuracy are arguably our highest priority. You can replicate an image to perfection, but if the colours are just a bit different from the original, you can absolutely tell.


Detail and Sharpness. Photographers prioritise the sharpness of images, especially high resolution photographers. This often leads to photographers choosing a smooth paper to print on to enhance the clarity and visibility of detail.

Dynamic Range and Contrast. Photographers strive for range or contrast, with their images, something visually striking. They want the black and whites to be stark, the colours to pop from the page, if you will. We balance the inks, balance the blacks and whites to reflect the photograph’s lightning and setting, staying true to the original.

Longevity and Display Conditions. They might prioritise media that offers special qualities, such as glossiness, for colourful prints that pop. We need to ensure these images will not suffer under UV Glare, especially if displayed in galleries or public spaces.

Canvas Printing

Our Printing Process



When inquiring about your fine art prints, you can order online though our web order form, or give us a call to talk about what you need and how we can help you reproduce your fine art, or print your photos to hang on a gallery wall. Alternatively, come and visit us in-store in Ultimo, near the UTS, and talk all things printing with us! All our contact details are listed here.



We have a carefully curated range of the best fine art papers available. Check out our selection of paper types here



Please read through our support guide to understand what you need to do to prepare any files and images you wish us to print for you.



Turnaround time, once a job has been started, is between 2 to 10 days, depending on the complexity of the job and if there are any extras, such as mounting or framing.



When filling out your enquiry form, we can cater to shipping domestically and worldwide if required. Prices will be calculated at this time.

Fine Art Papers Types

Hahn Photo Rag Metallic


Our newest addition to our Fine Art papers on offer. Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Metallic is a silvery-shimmering FineArt inkjet paper with a specially formulated inkjet coating for FineArt use.  The high-gloss premium inkjet coating with a unique metallic effect guarantees impressive printing results with bold colours, deep black and the perfect reproduction of colour and detail. The sophisticated silver metallic effect underscores the image and makes motifs with metallic elements, reflections, ice and glass, architecture and landscape shots, as well as black and white photographs with high-contrast tones shine. Photo Rag® Metallic is acid and lignin-free and meets the most exacting requirements in terms of age resistance.

Hahn Bright White


This has to be one of our favourites due to its pure white finish. Photo Rag Bright White is the first choice for all users who prefer an especially bright white cotton paper with no texture. This stock is ideal for reproducing high contrast images. The fine, smooth surface and feel of this paper very versatile and it is ideal for printing both black and white and colour photographs and art reproductions with impressive pictorial depth. It’s ideal for black and white photography but also deep blue skies and ocean photography, its definitely worth a try!


Museum Etching displays a natural white tone and features a distinct slightly textured surface. This cotton paper guarantees archival standards. With its premium matt inkjet coating Museum Etching meets the highest industry standards regarding density, colour gamut, colour graduation and image sharpness while preserving the special touch and feel of genuine art paper.


Canson® Infinity Rag Photographique is a 100% cotton museum grade white Fine Art and photo paper. The exceptional smooth white tone is achieved during manufacturing by introducing natural minerals to the process. It has been developed to address the need for continued longevity requirements in the Digital Fine Art market.

Rag Photographique offers a unique extra smooth surface with a sensual feel. It also provides one of the highest achievable Dmax currently available on the market, making it ideal for fine art photography as well as fine art printmaking.


Canson PhotoArt Canvas is our top grade professional canvas and is “OBA Free” with no Optical Brightening Agents.

Manufactured with a high quality poly-cotton canvas base, coated with a new advanced technology of microporous coating. It is water resistant and specifically designed for professionals in search of a Canvas that can produce true Fine Art Reproductions using precision images with a very high resolution.


Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Pearl has a smooth homogen surface structure with a unique pearl coating. The exclusive use of rag in this premium inkjet paper makes it extremely age resistant and it conforms to the highest conservation requirements.

This inkjet photo paper features a high Dmax and a large colour gamut that enables the reproduction of the finest colour and black/white nuances in three-dimensional prints. It is especially suitable for black and white and colour photographs with warm grey and colour tones and for art reproductions.

INKJETpro highly textured FINE ART PAPER

This Fine Art paper is our flagship inkjet stock and is a heavily textured paper with no compromise on sharpness. The tone is a pleasant warm shade designed for fine art reproduction, which also makes it ideal for weddings, portraiture or graphic illustration.


Featuring a true photographic resin-coated base paper and e-surface finish with pulp of unsurpassed quality.

It features 10-mil, 255-gram e-surface photo paper. Its microporous, so has an instant-dry coating on a resin-coated paper base. It has a Bright white point that provides clean highlight detail and can be thermal and cold laminated. Its suitable for High-end photography, Fine art reproductions, photo albums, greeting cards and photo books.


This heavyweight front-print backlit provides excellent pigment and dye image quality, high-speed drying and universal compatibility at a competitive price. With a heavyweight durable polyester Duratrans©-like support, this film offers excellent print handling and finishing characteristics, exceptional color saturation and a quick dry time.

  • Robust coating resists flaking when cut, along with adding scratch resistance
  • Water-resistant for outdoor use
  • Ideal for durable, scratch-resistant backlit displays in high-traffic locations including airports and shopping malls

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Fine Art Printing FAQS

The term “fine art prints” refers to archival pigment giclee prints. Unlike a C-type print, giclee prints use high-quality pigment-based inks and acid-free fine art paper. Also, these prints, which are also sometimes referred to as pigment prints, are made without any light sensitivity or chemistry

The majority of fine art papers are matt finish. They can have a smooth or textured surface, but they feel natural and don’t have any sheen, which ensures they don’t give off any light reflection. Our fine art printing paper options are listed above.

Fine art prints often have a 100-year lifespan or longer. Colours and contrast should last a lifetime, providing they are not displayed in direct sunlight. Posters often fade after only a few years, even when not in direct sunlight.

We recommend keeping your fine art prints dry and cool to preserve quality. You also want to avoid changes in temperature around your fine art prints as well as keeping them out of direct sunlight. By following these tips, you are giving your prints the best chance of staying in premium condition!

We strongly recommend handling your fine art prints very carefully and limiting the amount of touching as much as possible. This is due to the fact that,

Check out our dedicated FAQ page that answers questions about a range of services. Why not contact us directly at 02 9319 0455 or send us a message via our online contact form