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Fine Art Prints

Fine art prints can be produced on a large variety of media through a number of excellent vendors; however, I strongly recommend canvas prints that are wrapped around a quality internal wooden frame (canvas gallery wrap). In order to preserve the entire image and maintain the correct composition, this must be done precisely by mirroring the image on each side. Because some companies wrap canvas without mirroring, approximately two inches of the image are lost on each of four sides. Other companies place the entire image on the front but leave each side as a solid color (often white or black) which greatly distracts from the 3D nature of the print in my opinion.

Because the quality of print and framing is very important to me, I work closely with a printing company located in my hometown of Boise, Idaho (Covered in Canvas). Because of our long-standing business relationship, I have the opportunity to inspect, approve and sign every print before it is delivered. Because the owner of Covered in Canvas is also a gifted professional photographer, I know that the final print will meet the highest standard of quality.

Important Printing Considerations

Because almost all of my images are composed using a ratio of 2x3, print sizes must conform to that ratio in order to avoid losing part of the image through cropping. This means that standard print and frame sizes will negatively impact the final product because part of the image must be cut off. Standard print and frame sizes include 8x10, 11x14, and 16x20 inches.

Although some images have a different ratio (such as square or panoramic) most should be printed with the 2x3 ratio in mind, including 8x12, 12x18, 16x24, 20x30, 24x36, 30x45, 36x54, 40x60 and larger.

Print prices are determined by size, printing media and framing options.

Limited edition prints, and the licensing of images for commercial purposes, are determined separately.

Sales tax of 6% will be added

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