About the Prints


Archival Pigment prints


All archival pigment reproductions are exclusively printed by the photographer. These prints are made using the latest wide format printers utilizing  pigment based inks.
These inks are combined with the finest photographic papers, yield a life expectancy of over 70 years without visible fading.

Archival pigment prints meet museum standards, all prints are only dispatched after rigorous inspection.


Archival C-Prints

C-Prints are produced using traditional photo-chemical process utilizing chromogenic materials. These prints will be printed on a Fuji Crystal Archive DPII or FujiCrystal Pearl papers, they hold the highest life expectancy of any chemical paper at over 75 years.
These prints are produced by a fine-art professional photographic lab. Please note that this process is not available for black and white photographs. No size restrictions apply for this print process.
Additionally C-Prints can be ordered mounted on Aluminum with or without acrylic glazing.

Limited Editions

Limited edition prints have a set number of reproductions, plus 3 artist prints. When the edition becomes sold out no further prints will be produced for that specific image and size.

Archival Pigment prints are signed and numbered.


Shipping and Handling

Once an image is printed and dried, it is rolled with a protective acid-free thin sheet. It is then placed inside a round rugged architectural tube (for large format prints) or rigid envelopes (for small prints). All shipped photographs are fully insured and prints will be replaced at no extra cost, if received damaged in any way. Please contact us if you would like more information about print guarantees.

Delivery

Please allow up to 2 weeks for delivery in Europe and 3-4 weeks worldwide. All prints are prepared on a per-order basis.
During periods when the photographer is travelling no print reproductions can be prepared and will be printed upon return in the priority  the orders were received. For such exceptions a note will appear above each selected image stating the delays.