With Fine Art Photography, the devil is in the details. Not only is the image subject to the photographer’s creative vision, it is also subject to the presentation. The printing media, finish, size, and hanging, all effect how the finished piece looks. The selection can either amplify, or detract from, how the image presents itself.
It is for this reason that I do not post available image sizes, print media, and finishes. I want your purchase to fit your lifestyle, your needs, your hanging location. I want your finished product to present itself as a work of fine art. I want to work with you to make that happen. Fine Art Photography, as with all fine art, is an investment. I want you to be happy with your investment and I will work with you to make that happen.
After you have selected an image we will discuss, budget, print medium (photo paper, canvas, art papers, metal, wood, etc.), print finish (glossy, matte, metallic, velvet, etc.), size, and hanging location and requirements. The cost, of course, is determined by the choices made. Please note that not all images are available as Fine Art Photography.
All Fine Art Photography prints archival quality and are numbered by edition and print, and come with a certificate of authenticity. I normally do not sign photos, but if you wish, I will sign the reverse or unobtrusively digitally sign the face. Gallery prep is also available upon request.
Questions? Ready to purchase a license? Please contact me.