Our fine art photography prints are printed on demand using a LightJet printer on Fuji Crystal Archive papers; we use high gloss FujiFlex for our face mounts. LightJet printers achieve a continuous tone by exposing light on photographic paper and are used by the world's top photographers. Limited editions are signed and numbered in the bottom righthand corner, while open editions are unsigned. Print sizes listed are the image size. Every print includes an additional 2-inch white border all the way around to protect the image during shipping and framing.
We currently offer all of our prints face-mounted. Face mounts are a beautiful, contemporary option with clean lines and an almost 3-D visual effect. We use gallery grade OP3 acrylic, which filters approximately 98% of harmful UV light and is lighter, clearer, and more impact resistant than glass. Face mounts come ready-to-hang with a black box frame on the back that gives the look of “floating” off the wall. Below are two examples of our face-mounts ->
If you're interested in the look of more traditional framing, we offer our face mounts framed using the Larson-Juhl Lancaster collection. This beautiful and rustic wood moulding is offered in three color ways and is PEFC certified sustainable wood. Please contact us to place an order for a framed face mount or inquire about other framing options.
If you do not have a reliable framer nearby or want to take some of the stress out of having a large print mounted, we can help. By allowing our printer to mount your print in-house, you will ensure your print is mounted flawlessly and ready to frame, as most error and damage occurs during the mounting process. Mounted prints ship flat, which will be quoted on an order by order basis. Shipping a mounted print will be more expensive than tube shipping, but will avoid potential problems (if you do not have a reliable framer) which could result in more time and money spent in the long run. We have multiple options for mounting, the most popular being 3/16” acid-free foam core or rigid aluminum Dibond. Please contact us if you are interested in having your print mounted.
All print only orders are tube shipped via FedEX for a flat rate of $20. Shipping price includes packaging materials and handling. Please allow 1-2 weeks for your print to ship, though often times it's much quicker.
For custom orders that include mounting and/or framing, all items will ship flat. We offer flat rate shipping depending on the size of the print. If you need expedited shipping contact us before placing your order for a custom quote. Please allow up to 4 weeks for shipment.
Please take a moment and double check that your address is correct at checkout to avoid undeliverable or returned packages! We cannot offer free shipping if this occurs and will have to charge you to resend your package. If you made a mistake, email us as soon as possible so we can make the necessary changes to your order before it ships out, but we cannot make guarantees.
All sales are final. Due to the nature of creating custom prints, we do not accept returns or exchanges. Mishaps with your print after it arrived? Please see our FAQ for the answers to... everything. Well, not everything, but hopefully the answer to your question.
LightJet printers expose light sensitive photographic paper with laser light; the paper is then developed using traditional photochemical means. LightJets have the widest color gamut of any photographic printer ever made, achieving unbelievably smooth color gradations and subtlety not attainable in inkjet printing.
We use Fuji Crystal Archive lustre and matte for all of our prints and FujiFlex for our face mounts. Fuji Crystal Archive is the best archival photography paper available and, therefore, an excellent and reliable choice for fine art photography printing. Like Fuji Crystal Archive, FujiFlex is also a silver halide true photographic material, but on a polyester base. It has a high-gloss, almost glass-like surface, with superior grey balance, high color saturation, tonality, and depth similar to the (sadly) no longer manufactured Ilfochrome.
An open edition puts no limit on the number of prints that can be made, while a limited edition sets a predetermined limit on the quantity of prints made in any given size. All limited editions are signed and numbered in the right hand corner of the print. Prices are graduated, so as an edition sells out, the price increases. Once an edition sells out, it will never be printed again. Ever.
16" x 24" • edition of 50 •
20" x 30" • edition of 35 •
24" x 36" • edition of 30 •
30" x 45" • edition of 25 •
40" x 60" • edition of 10 •
Square 1:1 Film Captures
20" x 20" • edition of 25 •
30" x 30" • edition of 10 •
40" x 40" • edition of 5 •
47.5" x 47.5" • edition of 3 •
You may order a custom size print for any of our open editions only. We cannot take requests for custom sizes for any of our limited edition prints because it would be a one-of-a-kind print and change the nature and value of the edition, which would likely make a lot of people very unhappy.
Only if you're looking to get to know our lawyer personally, which is not recommended. Her name is Betty and she is fierce. And no, you may not request a high-res file to make a print yourself. Well, you could try and ask, but the answer will still be no.
Archival: Of or relating to archives or valuable records; contained in or comprising such archives or records.
The word “archival” gets thrown around A LOT, but sadly, because there is no legal standard definition for this term, it can be meaningless. When we say “archival” it relates to the longevity of the materials we use in both printing and framing. We have selected the most archival materials available on today’s market with regards to longevity. Fuji Crystal Archive Paper (which we use exclusively), has rated the highest in independent lab tests for longevity of any chromogenic photographic material, lasting six to seven decades before any noticeable fade and outlasting other brands by an almost three-to-one margin. Prints made on these papers are considered fine art and used worldwide by photographers.
Sure. Take a snapshot of the space with your phone and email it to us. We can help you find the right fit to fill a specific wall in your home or office.
Yes, we do offer other types of framing, including more traditional styles with matting and wood moulding. Please note that everything we frame will use OP3 acrylic instead of glass. Glass simply isn’t reasonable to ship, as it is frequently damaged. The good news is OP3 acrylic blocks 99% of UV light AND is clearer, lighter, and more impact resistant than glass- hence shippable! If we personally cannot offer you what you’re looking for, we can also arrange to have our printer pass you off to their in-house master framer after you’ve purchased a print to create something truly one-of-a-kind.
Of course. We can just ship your print directly to your framer and you can mull over all the frame options available to ensure you are 100% happy with your final piece.
We take every measure possible to ensure your print arrives safely, but if your package arrives damaged please contact us immediately with a photo of the damage. We leave an ample white border around every print, whose purpose is to protect the image both during shipping and in the handling process during framing. Most matting and framing will cover any issues within these borders, but if something is still concerning you, contact us for further assistance.
If your print is damaged after being taken out of the packaging by yourself or a framer (or a fine art-loving Sasquatch), don’t fret! We will work with you towards a solution at the lowest cost possible to you, but please understand we cannot offer replacements free of charge, so take great care with your print! Due to the nature of limited edition prints, we may need to take measures (such as tracking down that pesky Sasquatch) to ensure the damaged print is destroyed before sending a replacement. Please be honest and patient in the case of damaged prints; this will take time, but in the end we are dead set on making sure you are happy.
If you have additional questions, please submit a message on the contact page or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.