Welcome to JRP Studio
JRP Studio is a Fine Art Print Studio for Photographers and Artists. Having run our own photography studio for 12 years, we were looking for a high-end print service for our competition prints where quality, paper selection, presentation and clarity could literally make or break our success in highly competitive competitions. Seeing the need for quality fine art printing, we worked with some of the best printers, editors and print industry specialists in Australia to develop our print studio. Our style and service are focused on offering high quality print processes to support professional photographers and artists to create reproductions of their art.
An accomplished Artist who literally 'paints with fire': the technique of dancing an open flame underneath paper to leave a fragile layer of soot and etching it away to reveal the artwork. Maegan combines her artistic talent with her passion for wildlife.
Read more about Maegan at https://www.maeganoberhardt.com
“The best Fine Art Printing service in the NE! Jason has a phenomenal attention to detail and I always feel like my artwork is looked after. He's super easy to talk to and I recommend everyone to go here if they're looking for quality prints.”
FINE ART PRINTS
for Photographers and Artists
We offer a range of services to Artists and Photographers wishing to produce the highest quality prints of their original artworks. This includes professional reproduction of your artwork or photography from your digital files using Adobe Photoshop. We can help you with paper selection and, using our professional, calibrated monitors and printing techniques, produce a stunning reproduction of your original artwork.
Creating powerful, archive quality prints.
We use professional, modern equipment and up-to date processes to transfer your digital image to paper. Using carefully selected paper types, we can create the perfect finish for your print to showcase your work.
Fine Art or Giclee?
Both! Fine Art Prints refer to the technique of making high quality original prints from the Artists original artworks. Whereas Giclee refers to the method of creating these prints via inkjet printing. Both terms are used to describe Fine Art Prints using inkjet printing and both use archival quality materials, printed via specialised methods.
To read more about Fine Art Printing vs Giclee, have a look at this article in the Info Hub