fine art digital printing and imaging services



MasterWorks Imaging fine art photographic prints and art reproductions are created using modern digital imaging technology to give us unparalleld control over the final work. This modern technique used to produce our prints has become known as giclée printing. We use only museum quality materials, including the finest archival art papers, canvas and pigment inks. The inkset we are currently using is resistant to water damage and has been tested by the Wilhelm Research Institute for lightfastness of up to 200 years when displayed properly. Our printing process is currently one of the most archival methods of photographic and art reproduction.

In addition to producing the fine art prints of Master Photographer BC Baggett, we also accept work from other photographers. We can print from digital files you provide, or we can produce hi-resolution scans from film up to 4"x5" using our Imacon Flextight scanner.

We also reproduce orginal works of art — oil paintings, watercolors, drawings etc. — using the same archival materials used to create our fine art photographic prints. Depending upon size, originals are reproduced digitally or on 4"x5" film to create the high resolution digital files from which we print. We can reproduce your art on archival art papers or canvas.

We have been reproducing the beautiful life-size, photo-realistic watercolor works of Master Artist, Myra Schuetter, for several years. To view her masterpieces of watercolor art, visit her web-site at

The archival methods used by MasterWorks imaging are also ideal for reproducing vintage photographic works. It is ideal for creating vintage looking copies of family heirloom photographs. Occaisionally, we also offer archival reproductions or unusual or rare images. See the list below for reproductions currentlly available.


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We will be adding more information on our printing and other services soon. In the meantime, please contact us by email or call 812-482-6099 for more information.