I sign and number each print.
My print service uses state-of-the-art digital photo printers that produce true silver-halide photo prints with an apparent resolution of 4000 dots per inch and yield a sharpness and color gamut unavailable with traditional film-exposure or digital inkjet printing technologies. All of my prints are Chromogenic Photographs on Fuji Crystal Archive Professional matte, gloss and super gloss papers.
The color-critical matching is accomplished by employing the appropriate ICC Profile that is selected for the print material you choose.
You will be absolutely delighted with the quality of the finished print!
Digital photographic technology is truly amazing. It has helped eliminate many of the constraints of traditional darkroom techniques, and permits photographers to more fully recreate our artistic visions. Digital technology offers better reproduction of the vibrancy of the light that the photographer sees when taking the photograph. Digital files also provide better detail, and can be enlarged without perceptual loss of clarity.
While digital technology can be used to completely change the content of an image, Tom only uses it to reproduce the original image as a print with the best possible color tones and detail. With digital techniques, it is easier to duplicate the subtle tones in the highlights and detail in the shadows and work with the colors and saturation. Even the High Dynamic Range (HDR) photos are simply a series of the same scene, taken with the camera on a tripod to permit each photo to align perfectly with the others of the series. Each photo is taken with a different exposure to capture the light and dark areas, and then combined to bring out those areas. Nothing is added or removed from the actual scene. The technique simply permits the observation of the subtle tones in the highlights and detail in the shadows.
Incredible photos! My wife wants me to buy more.- Retired Naval Officer
The photographs adorn the walls of my clinic. The patients just rave about them!
- Local Ophthalmologist
Size of photographs
Note that in order to preserve the visual effect of the photograph as well as to reproduce the photograph as it is displayed, the ratio of the length to the width of each photo is fixed.
If, for example, the photograph is a 20" x 30" photograph, it can be reproduced at 5"x 7.5", or up to 40" x 60" -- as long as the 'ratio' is maintained.When you contact me regarding a purchase, simply indicate your approximate desired size. In my reply I will tell you precisely the closest available sizes and prices.
I invite you to look at my gallery. You also are invited to look at my photographs on the Flickr website (click here). Any photographs you see on my Flickr website that interest you, please contact me with the name of the photo, approximate size, and finish (matte, gloss, or super gloss) -- and I'll get back to you with the availability and a quote.
These prices include delivery to your home or office within the Continental United States. Please inquire regarding APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, and foreign addresses.
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|Custom sizes to 50” x 120” are offered – quotes available upon request|