Print your photos

A photographer once said that, if a picture is worth a thousand words, a  print is worth so much more. Print your favorite photos and use them to adorn your walls or to give as gifts to friends and family.

Papers: Red River

Red River paper (Updated Feb 2014)

Sno Sizes Red River Papers New Price Per Paper(AED) Discount (Limited Time) Remarks
1 4×6 60lb Polar Metallic 13 Out of Stock. Available on Request
2 8.5×11 60lb Polar Metallic 15 Out of Stock. Available on Request
3 11×14 60lb Polar Metallic 33 Out of Stock. Available on Request
4 13×19 (a3+) 80lb Polar Metallic 40 35 Available 
5 17×22 A2 80lb Polar Metallic 95 90 Available 
6 8.5×11 75lb Arctic Polar Luster 22 Out of Stock. Available on Request
7 13×19 (a3+) 75lb Arctic Polar Luster 54 Available
8 17×22 A2 75lb Arctic Polar Luster 78 Out of Stock. Available on Request
9 16×20 75lb Arctic Polar Luster 76 Out of Stock. Available on Request
10 13×19 (a3+) 68lb. UltraPro Satin 2.0 62 Available
11 13×19 (a3+) 60lb. Premium Matte PLUS 32 Available 
12 13×19 (a3+) Aurora Art Natural 37 Available 

In order to avail discount from the prices shown above, Minimum of 5 Quantities to be order for A3/A4 and Minimum 2 For A2. Please note: You will be automatically eligible for discounts once cross the minimum quantity.

Discounted prices: Depending on various times of the year, discount are provided on specific papers. Hence no further discount are provided for minimum quantity ordered.

Image Size and Resolution 

Image Size
Image Size is the size of your original digital photo file, measured in pixels and DPI (Dots Per Inch, sometimes referred to as PPI, Pixels Per Inch). What is a pixel? A pixel is a small square dot. DPI refers to the number of dots (pixels) per inch. Why is this important? Well, if an image is too small, you might not be able to order a large size print or other photo product. A general rule of thumb for image size versus print size is: the image size should be at least the size of the print you want multiplied by 300, at 300 DPI. For example, if you want to order a 4×6 print, the image size should be 1200 pixels (4 x 300) by 1800 pixels (6 x 300) at 300 DPI. If the image size was half of that (600 by 900), then the 4×6 print would likely come out distorted or pixilated if you were to order a print.

The resolution of your photo is directly impacted by the image size. The more pixels your photos have, the higher their resolution is.


Currently supports 4×6, 8.5×11, 13×19, 17×22. For additional sizes, email me

Sample print

If you are not sure how your image will turn out, and you would like to do a test print, I can arrange an A4 print in  the paper types you are going.


a. Send an email to with the title “Printing Order”.

b. Attach the image(s) in a JPG or TIFF you want printed. Please provide with the highest resolution of the image you have. Avoid resizing if possible as there is a custom software that will do this to the highest standards. All copyrights of the images supplied by you stay yours. Please ensure you have full rights to print those images.

You can also use or Dropbox to send me your files. Just email to let me know to expect it.

Matte Paper

Matte Paper looks dull and lusterless. It is used in industry to produce good quality prints but it doesn’t have a vibrant color finish. Matte paper is not glossy and therefore finger marks or glare from the sun are not a problem.

A good use of matte paper would be inside a shop in which the lighting might cause reflections. Due to the non-reflective nature of this paper, it would be ideal.

Disadvantages of matte papers include the fact they soak more ink into the paper, this will effect the sharpness of the image. When printing macro shots, portraits or other images that rely in small details, you may be better off using glossy paper.

There are many different types of matte paper so pay close attention to what you purchase. A semi-matte or luster paper may have totally different look than traditional matte paper.

Glossy paper

Glossy paper is the most common paper for printing photos. It produces a sharp and vibrant image. Glossy paper is also very smooth to touch.

Disadvantages include the fact it is easy to mark them with fingerprints or dust. Glossy photos are best framed so that no dirt or fingerprints can touch the image. Glossy paper is also more reflective and shiny which is a problem if you plan to view the image in a sunny area.

If you need your images to be as sharp as possible then you might want to think about using glossy paper.

Variations of glossy paper include:

Semi-gloss-As the name suggests, it is simply less glossy.

Premium-grade is a higher quality paper and will produce the sharpest results.

Brand specific papers are produced by companies to be be used with their own printers. (eg: Canon, Epson)

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