One of the great advantages of a web gallery over a traditional gallery is nothing is pre-printed, so you can do just about anything you want. It's my image but it's your print, on your wall, and I'm happy to work with you to get the exact type of print you want.
You don't need to select anything, of course - the cart links have the most popular options - but if you want to do something special, you can.
- square prints or custom sizes, up to 30x50 inches (or larger)
- a color image in black and white (or sometimes the reverse)
- particular margins (white, black, larger, smaller, or none at all)
- particular papers or surfaces
This table lists some common sizes, but most papers can be printed in any size. The standard cart options are in bold.
|Fuji Crystal Archive
FCA Pearl · Ilford B&W
|Hahnemühle Photo Rag||55.00||125.00||350.00||450.00|
|Fuji Photo Satin
Kodak Endura Lustre
photo papers and surfaces
After a lot of research, I'm pleased to offer these paper options. If you have any questions about what might suit a particular image best, just drop me a line!
- Fuji Crystal Archive Lustre or Gloss
Traditional chromagenic (wet process) photo prints on the best paper around. Up to 12x18 I print locally, which keeps production costs low, and I pass the savings on. I print shopping cart orders on lustre. If you prefer gloss, write me.
- Fuji Crystal Archive Pearl
A high gloss polymer based traditional chemical "paper" that practically shimmers and glows. It's similar to the Endura Metallic, which I can also do on request.
- Ilford Ilfospeed B&W
Any color photo can also be printed as black and white on color paper, and look great. I recently discovered this option, which is a true silver-based resin-backed black and white photo paper designed for today's digital enlargers.
- Watercolor Smooth Hahnemühle Photo Rag
Archival pigment prints on a heavyweight matte paper; the look of prints on this paper is astonishingly immediate. The look is similar to platinum or palladium prints. These are the only prints signed on the front (in margin below the image area).
- Kodak Endura Lustre
A semigloss paper, like FCA Lustre, but available at such a good price I can't believe it's not a pricing error. But it's not. So I offer it, and pass the savings on to you.
- Fuji Photo Satin
Archival pigment prints. Another great economical option that has recently become available to me for larger prints, and again I pass the savings on to you.
I'm also exploring Canvas Gallery Wraps - write me if interested!