Digital Editions Atelier works to illustrate vivid prints of your artwork.
Digital Editions Atelier is a Digital Fine Art print studio owned and operated by Debra and Tony Morella, located in Montvale, N.J. Since 2010, Digital Editions Atelier has been making archival pigment prints on a variety of fine art papers, including treated fabrics and plastics. According to Tony Morella, “our mission is to provide museum quality digital prints for our fine art photography and art reproduction clients. Each print is made with the highest quality procedures and products that insure optimum archival qualities. Whether it’s printed on acid free, 100 percent cotton paper, Belgian linen or museum grade aluminum. It’s printed to stand the test of time.”
Digital Editions Atelier assists local photo artist groups prepare for shows. This year, they took part in setting up an amazing show at the Riverside Gallery in Riverside Square Mall, Hackensack, N.J. “It’s the most ambitious show we have set up yet,” said Tony Morella.
The show consisted of 113 framed images from 45 different artists, which be visible until Dec. 31, 2015. Digital Editions Atelier proudly printed roughly a third of the images on extremely high quality papers such as Hahnemühle Photo Rag Baryta, a 100 percent cotton 315gsm white museum, to truly capture the essence of each individual’s image. Morella praised Studio042’s print job for their catalogs and mailer cards, stating it fwas “an amazing job at a very fast turn around time.” Studio042 is a super business printer located at 423 Bloomfield Ave. Montclair, N.J. The best method of contact is email at email@example.com and phone number at 973-509-7591.
Morell believes that his “career chose [him] at a very early age.” At the age of 13, young Morella discovered an old 4X5 camera that had been stored in his father’s attic and for him, “it was love at first click.” Ever since that moment, Morella has been taking and printing images, which allows him to have a collection come alive at his studio. Morella loves being able to see “all the creative imagery.” Prior to opening Digital Editions Atelier, Morella was very fortunate to travel and work with intriguing people from a large sections of cultures, creating a keen sense for uniqueness. “Working with artists is very similar to that experience, artists bring a different view of the world to you,” said Morella.
Without a doubt, it’s quite evident that Morella is no stranger to his career as he has professional experience to prove that. “In addition to being a Montclair State University fine art photography graduate, I have worked as a technical product manager for the printing divisions of Agfa Gevaert, Kodak, International Paper and Epson America,” said Morella. “I have, over the span of 30 years, been educated by the companies who have invented most of the digital printing products and the software used today to print digital images.”
When working with Digital Editions Atelier, you can expect to work one on one. With the close interaction, you can see the depth knowledge of how to portray the best possible print for your artwork. “I work with artists in my studio often for days helping them bring their vision to life,” said Morella. “Sometimes it’s image manipulations in programs like Photoshop or just helping them choose the right paper from among hundreds I source.”
For more information about Digital Editions Atelier, please visit digitaleditionsatelier.com or call 201-739-0890.