Resolve Photo started in 2009 by two people just trying to solve one simple problem: to find a good commercial print. As photographers, founders Costas Costoulas and Jamie Tilston were both dissatisfied with the process of ordering a print; they simply wanted to speak to the people operating the machines. For some reason, this was an impossible task! So, they purchased a printer and printed their first successful exhibition for Jamie. Word spread, they bought more printers, moved out of the basement and into a small studio, and it’s been growing ever since.
We now occupy a 2300 sq. ft. studio space just outside of downtown and have four staff who multi-task like champs (eating sandwiches while working is a specialty) and occasional VIPs who step in to help out. We’re proud of the space we’ve built and it’s constantly changing and improving. Our goal is to be a full service shop that can help you with digital file and colour management all the way through to presentation. We have a client list that goes beyond just the home and office and includes galleries, museums, studios, government, universities, and corporations. No matter how big or small the project, we take a lot of care to walk through every step with you and make sure the final product is exactly as you imagined it.
We offer a huge selection of in-stock fine art papers. We also know every paper we stock inside and out, upside down and backwards, because we print on them ourselves (but also because we’re pretty nerdy about paper). This means we know what paper is going to be best for your images. Our philosophy is to show your work at its best. Our large format inkjet printers can go up to 60 x 120” on many of our in-stock papers so you can go really big with that epic mountain scene you love. On top of all our exceptional colour printing we also offer printing with a specialty black and white inkset (K7 = 7 types of black ink) for crazy beautiful monochrome prints that would put Ansel Adams to shame (alright, maybe not but they’re pretty damn beautiful!).