Contact me here to order prints.
Prints are sold on various papers, chosen by me, to best suit the picture. They are unmounted to any surface, and are ready for framing. Prints are by ink jet from either Durst or Canon printers.
Most of my prints are in the following aspect ratios:
3:2, 5:4, 3:1, and very rarely 16:9
The prints are available in sizes about 200 sq. inches or larger, for example in the 3:2 aspect ratio that would be a 12x18 print.
I do most of my work in camera, in other words I don't crop in post (or do much of anything in post), so that's why many of my prints have these aspect ratios.
Most prints cost between $200 and $450, and over 2017 & 2018 I am working on a print catalog with sizes and prices. In the meantime, please contact me with inquiries.
1. The prints are sold flat, and can be shipped flat worldwide for an additional charge.
2. The prints can be mounted on 3mm white styrene for an additional charge, please ask when ordering. Styrene mounting can only be done in the lab.
3. Many color prints can have a lustre coating applied for an additional charge to reduce environmental impact, please ask when ordering.
4. Most prints are shipped within a week after you order.
All prints are on archival stock. I use different papers for different prints, but the most common papers are Fuji and Kodak. I also use Hahnemuhle paper for limited edition signed prints. Limited edition Artist Test prints (test for color calibration) are also sometimes available. These test prints are on Canon fine art stock and are typically one of a kind or part of edition no greater than five prints. I use lustre, matte, semi-gloss and metallic papers depending on the print, but most of my color prints are on lustre stock and most of my black and white prints are on metallic.
Prints will appear slightly darker and less vibrant in person than on a back lit LED monitor, especially under poor lighting conditions. While every effort is taken to ensure color calibration, prints are not as vibrant as the digital picture seen on modern monitors. Also, if your monitor isn't calibrated to 6500K, 2.2 gamma, and 120 luminance, your print will appear different that what's on your screen. Your print should be viewed either in natural daylight or from an artificial light source between 5100K - 5600K, and that light source should be of adequate brightness (800 to 1600 lumens) from 8 to 10 feet away.