Monday thru Friday

10am to 6pm

By Appointment

tel. 718-237-1332


96 Van Dyke Street

Brooklyn, NY 11231

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Pochron Studios is a photographic exhibition print studio for the artistic community since 1995. Every project is a collaboration to suit both our clients’ vision and our meticulous printing standards. Julie Pochron oversees every project and each print that leaves the studio. Her fierce eye for color and traditional background creates the reputable prints of client work seen in the galleries and museums of New York and around the world.


With a Durst Lambda 131, Pochron prints the highest quality digital C-prints. Sizing ranges from 8x10 to 50x144 at the highest color standards turning your digital file into a mastered color print.


In one of our color darkrooms Pochron traditionally prints from your negative up to a size of 30x40 at the highest color standards.


Our Heidelberg Tango drum scanner scans original art up to 17.7” x 18.8” with a maximum of 11,000 DPI in 8 or 16 bit color, flatbed scanning is also available on our Epson 11000XL which can accommodate artwork up to 12.2” X 17.2”. Pochron optimizes shadow detail, maximizes sharpness and creates the perfect digital file for all output needs. Pochron’s technical and color expertise ensures the optimal quality scans from prints or negatives.


From multiple compositing and heavy manipulating to light clean up, Pochron’s digital retouching brings images to life.

Art direction, archiving, file distribution, and shipping services available to clients upon request.


A printer, photography professor, and fine artist, Julie Pochron cultivates special relationships with her clients and their bodies of work. Fiercely intentional about color and always provoked to produce work that is of the highest quality and utmost expression of an artist's project scope, Julie has cultivated an important role in the exhibition printing environment since 1995.

Originally producing client work by renting studio space and equipment time in the early days of her printing career, Julie eventually purchased her own darkroom equipment and signed a lease in DUMBO in 1999. Once DUMBO grew out of its early days as an artist haven, Pochron relocated the studio to Red Hook in 2009. Having re-built the Red Hook studio in 2013 after its submergence in five feet of water upon Superstorm Sandy’s breach of Red Hook’s shoreline, Pochron’s uniquely subjective eye and passion continues to have a hand in contemporary photography.

Creating studio environments where she can work with clients in a relaxed and comfortable dynamic has always been Pochron's hallmark. She is as meticulous with bringing forth the best expression of a client’s work as she is in crafting an environment that also expresses who she is as a person, professional, and artist. One understands this clearly when they are greeted by her two pigs, dog, cat, a cup of coffee, and something delicious baked by Julie herself. When the machines are running, one also feels the pulse of her focus.

A graduate of Pratt Institute School of Art & Design, Julie has been a faculty-member since 1998. She lives in Red Hook with her husband, Murphy and likes to escape to the beaches of Mexico as often as she can.