Yes, when shipping framed prints they will come with angled mounting brackets on the back of the frame and wall hardware for easy installation.
Our print shop can print on several types of paper and canvas. We can also have metal and aluminum prints produced. The paper option offered on our site are of the highest quality archival kind. Our Premium Luster and Matte Photo Paper produces vivid, lifelike images that rival those of traditional silver halide prints. Premium Luster Photo Paper delivers highly saturated prints by offering maximum ink coverage and a high D-Max for true photographic reproductions. Our Sunset Velvet Rag boasts an 100% cotton rag base, with a velvet (or etching like) surface. It is acid and lignin free, buffered.This paper is designed to meet the highest printing standards needed for museum quality, limited edition prints. A fantastic option for black and white images. Our Metallic, offers a high-gloss surface giving the prints a very sharp, vibrant, and exceptionally rich-looking image and in some cases a feel of deeper depth through the image.
Yes, adding glass and or mat, plus reviewing optional frame styles is no problem. We felt that keeping the framing piece simple but modern for our studio standard helps keep the pricing down but still provide an awesome presentation for the images. We are more than happy to help with finding the right look for you.
Yes, we have worked with a few printers but currently do not print on metal in-house. That said, we are able to work through other printers to produce a metal prints.
Yes, we have options in-house and via third party printers.
The larger the better 🙂 It really all depends on your space and budget and how you envision framing the image. Our honest answer to this questions is 20×30 or bigger. This gives you a solid size image that allows you to see the quality of the photograph. The majority of the gallery images are able to be printed larger and getting into the 24×36 and 28×42 size really create a statement.
A fine art print created by a printmaker adhering to strict standards that utilizes special high resolution digital equipment throughout the workflow process leaving no evidence of the technology used, while providing archival quality consistent with that of a collectible fine art print.”
Our standard frame option is to mount the print on a backer board and frame right to the edge of print with a 1” thick raised thin black frame. We opt to not use glass to eliminate glare or the high cost of no-glare glass or plexiglass. Depending on where you plan to hang the print there maybe a need to add glass. We can help you though this process. We can also help in any custom print or framing requests.
Yes, but at smaller size and with different photo paper you can get away without mounting. The mounting process make sure the image does not bend/wrinkle over time.
Yes, each print is signed and those limited addition prints will be numbered. All prints will come with a separate Image release form including details on the image.
I am currently using a Sony A7rIV for all my landscape images, along with a DJI Mavic Pro for my aerial work. Some of my older work was taken with Canon’s 5D series cameras and 99% of the gallery images were shot with canon L-Glass lenses.
Yes, I’m always open to new opportunities to work with client to capture meaningful images.
Yes, I’m very open to discussing these opportunities.