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Q: How do I order a fine art print of your work?

A: Choose your image(s) and email me here to discuss details. Just select a print on display in the Gallery section of this site, or something I've posted on Instagram or Facebook. If you don't see exactly what you're looking for, you can email me about a particular location or subject, and I can search my database of 50,000+ images for it. Alternatively If I don't have what you're looking for, we can discuss a commissioned location shoot. 

Q: What kinds of fine art print surfaces do you offer for your prints?

A: The vast majority of prints I've placed have been either aluminum metalprints or acrylic facemounts. 

Aluminum metalprints offer a number of benefits. The first is that they are extremely durable and resistant to fading, making them ideal for display in galleries or other public spaces. They are also lightweight and easy to hang, making them convenient to transport and display. Additionally, aluminum metalprints have a sleek and modern look that can enhance the visual appeal of landscape photography. The colors in the print are also more vibrant and detailed on aluminum compared to other materials. Finally, aluminum metalprints are relatively easy to care for, as they can be cleaned with a soft, dry cloth and do not require any special framing or protective coatings

Acrylic facemount prints are highly appealing to discerning collectors of photographic fine art prints for several reasons. Firstly, they offer a level of durability and longevity that is not found in traditional prints. The acrylic glass protects the print from fading, moisture, and other environmental factors, ensuring that the image will remain vibrant and clear for years to come. This makes them a valuable investment for collectors who want to preserve their artwork for future generations.
Secondly, acrylic facemount prints offer superior visual clarity and detail. The acrylic enhances the vibrancy and depth of the colors in the print, making the image appear more lifelike and three-dimensional. This is particularly appealing to collectors who value the highest quality prints and want to showcase their artwork in a way that is visually striking.

Overall, the combination of durability and visual quality makes acrylic facemount prints a strong appeal to discerning collectors of photographic fine art prints. They are a valuable and sought-after choice for those who want to display their artwork in a way that is both professional and long-lasting.

Q: What is the difference between limited and open-edition prints?

A: Open edition fine art prints are prints that can be reproduced indefinitely, and there is no limit to the number of prints that can be made. These prints are generally less expensive than limited edition prints, and they are often used as a way to make art more accessible to a wider audience.

Limited edition fine art prints, on the other hand, are prints that are produced in a fixed, limited quantity. Once all of the prints in a limited edition have been sold, no more prints will be made, which makes them more exclusive and often more valuable than open edition prints. Limited edition prints are typically numbered and signed by the artist, and the artist may specify the size of the edition in the print documentation.