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Located in historic New Bedford, Massachusetts, Tri-Color Digital Imaging serves customers across the country. Whether you're a seasoned professional photographer, painter, or art student, we can help you make the best images and the best prints possible. We don't just serve professionals either, whatever your skill level, we're here to help. The trend today is for photographers to give their customers a disc or flash drive full of images, and people don't know the best way to turn those images into prints. That is what we're here for.
Bob and Debbie,
Thanks so much for the great work on this for Nina! Here is a copy of an email I just received:
“Yes! I just opened the (very well wrapped) package. The image is beautiful!!!
A fantastic reproduction! Couldn’t be happier. Thanks so much for making this happen!”
So, the reason for contacting you is simply to say “thank you”
When I reflect back on this career, which I began later than most people,
I always think of you as having the greatest impact helping me learn and
stay on the correct path so this could become a career.
You were patient in your teaching and your knowledge was invaluable to me.
You made it possible to focus on the creative side while learning the technical side.
You were the biggest player in my development and for that I will always be grateful…
So, again, thank you Bob for your kindness, patience, and encouragement.
Without those qualities you possess, I may not have pursued this with this much passion.
"I received the prints today. They look great!
My thanks for the intro to Tri-Color, the lessons learned,
the great conversation and the fast turnaround.
You run a great operation and you are true professionals.
"Another huge thank you to the Tri-Color team!!
You guys are the greatest. I enjoyed my visit."
Rotonda West, FL
"Great quality, fast, impeccable service and vast knowledge.
They'll answer questions you didn't know to ask."
Den Fowle Photography
"Hi, Thank you for printing my image so quickly and sending it out!!!
Just finally have Photoshop CC and it's so cool! I am officially in the clouds,
not that I visit there frequently!
Best to all!
PS :You guys are THE BEST!!!!!!"
Anne T. Converse
"Fantastic quality, super knowledgeable staff,
FAST service and affordable!
HANDS DOWN THE BEST IN NEW ENGLAND!"
New Bedford, MA
"Hi Guys... I don't know how you did it,
but you did an awesome job on fixing that woman's glasses!
It is just amazing!!!"
Wild Sage Studios
"Absolutely, hands down, the best in the area.
These people love what they do and it shows in their work.
Perfect if you want (really) large scale pieces of art reproduced and
color matched with a ton of options. All 100% archival material.
From minutia to mega. Fast turnaround.
Don't care if I sound like a cheerleader.
Go there and see what I'm talking about."
New Bedford, MA
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Our fine art printing process uses pigment based inks. Pigment printing processes have been utilized since the middle of the 19th century. The image stability of pigment printing is superior to that of any other method of printing. Pigment inks excel in permanence. A dye is molecularly soluble in its vehicle, but pigment is not. Pigment particles tend to be large enough to embed into the receiving substrate making them water-resistant. The particle nature of pigment inks ensures their archival superiority. A particle of pigment is less susceptible to destructive environmental elements than a dye molecule.
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