I would love to make good quality prints of some of my paintings. I exhibit in two exhibitions each year, one where we can not sell prints and another where anything goes. I have tried getting prints made of some Watercolour Paintings but the greens in particular turned out horrendous. I got a few photos printed in a photographic printers, I had loaded them up to a memory stick, the delicacy of floral photos did not come out well. I took the same media stick to a Stationery shop and they printed it out on regular paper and the results were perfect.The Stationery shop told me that they cannot scan anything bigger than A3 or quarter imperial. So after all that my question is ...if I do as @David_Quinn_carder
advised in the thread on processing the Photographs of paintings for the Web, and save the results onto a media stick would this be a good way to make Prints? Currently because of the economic climate prints sell well at Art and Craft Exhibitions. :-?