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Whenever we take an image to press, our printer provides us with a proof; a small reproduction that we compare to the original. These proofs are much smaller than the original and are always printed on the same paper as our larger prints (archival watercolor paper). The printer’s proofs are frequently one-of-a-kind, since we rarely need more than one (our printer is really good!). Once the proof is right, we sign off, and the presses roll!