I've been photographing and reproducing artwork since the early 80s, when copying original paintings and drawings involved the use of view cameras, sheet film, toxic photo chemicals, and lithographic print shops. Digital photography and printing has made it possible to reproduce more detail, color, and tonality than was conceivable in the era of analog photography and lithographic printing.
Located in Lakeland, Florida, Top Dog Imaging employs the same state-of-the art digital capture and printing technology used at the Tate Gallery in London, the National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC, and the Albers Foundation in Bethany, Conn. Producing high-quality giclées for artists and collectors is Top Dog's forte.
Because Top Dog's giclée studio is located in Central Florida, most of its artist-clients are regionalists influenced by the Florida Highwaymen movement. Top Dog has also been involved in several prestigious long-term projects including digitizing and printing drawings and plans of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Top Dog Imaging does not publish price lists, although its pricing is highly competitive. I view fine art reproduction as a service rather than a commodity. Artists, curators, and archivists are welcome to contact Top Dog for a no-obligation consultation over the phone or a face-to-face meeting.