Fine Print Imaging is dedicated to serving and promoting artistic and photographic endeavors at the local, regional, national and international level.

To that end, we are involved with many arts organizations: as sponsors, mentors and members.

We know that as a community member, we have an obligation to be involved citizens. That’s why we sponsor our very successful Community Printing Partnership Program through which we provide discounted printing services to non-profits, not just in our community, but in communities throughout North America.

We take our environmental stewardship responsibilities just as seriously. Our Art for Conservation programs support conservation photographers, artists and organizations throughout the world by providing consultation, exhibition printing and shipping, a Facebook page .

And as those who have worked with us over the years know, every spring we take a few hours away from print production to clean up the natural area behind our building. We hope you will take a few minutes to visit some of the fine organizations that we are proud to be associated with.

  • North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA)
    The North American Nature Photography Association is the first and only association in North America committed solely to serving the field of nature photography.
  • Center for Fine Art Photography (C4FAP)
    The Center for Fine Art Photography promotes the art of photography and supports creative artists. The Center provides ongoing exhibitions and juried shows of the finest photography from around the world. Fine Print founder Mark Lukes was the Founding Board President of both NANPA and The Center for Fine Art Photography.
  • Fort Collins Museum of Art (FCMOA)
    The mission of the Fort Collins Museum of Art is to engage our community in cultural experiences that promote the creating and appreciation of contemporary art. Contemporary art is the art of our time, including living artists and those from the past whose work informs the present.
  • Equine Photographers Network (EPN)
    The mission of the Equine Photographers Network is to encourage professional integrity and career development through education, communication and mutual support, while promoting its members in numerous markets.
  • International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP)
    The International League of Conservation Photographers was launched as a platform to empower conservation-minded photographers to use their talents to help create a culture of appreciation, understanding, and stewardship for the natural world.
  • Rocky Mountain Raptor Program (RMRP)
    The Rocky Mountain Raptor Program is dedicated to providing raptor rehabilitation and release plus providing education to the public. The educational presentations are designed to promote the value of raptors, wildlife, conservation, and environmental awareness, and to teach ways in which the public can become involved in these issues.
  • Sexual Assault Victim Advocacy Center (SAVA)
    The SAVA (Sexual Assault Victim Advocate) Center is a private non-profit organization dedicated exclusively to the needs of sexual assault survivors in Larimer County.
  • Larimer Humane Society
    To Mission of the Larimer Humane Society is to further the compassionate, safe, and responsible relationship between animals and people.  They believe “that by harnessing the power and collaboration of the community, guided by our knowledge and leadership in animal welfare, we can better support animals together.”