Prints

Prints

Are you looking for some breath-taking photos to hang in your home or business?  I offer a variety of sizes, styles and mediums to suit your needs.  Have an idea in mind that isn’t here?  Let me know and we can make it happen. There’s far too many possibilities to list them all here.  When you invest in one of my prints, you get a top-notch high resolution photo printed on the only the finest materials available.  After having used many labs over the years, I only use the best that continuously delivers superb quality prints every time.  My meticulous attention to detail when preparing the photo, and their meticulous attention to detail equates to an archival and museum quality piece of art for your home or business.  Every photo you find in the gallery is available for purchase.

Canvas, Metal, Acrylic and Paper prints are the most common mediums for people to purchase.  Each one looks amazing and has different qualities which may better match a particular room or aesthetic.  Within each of those styles there are other options for frames, accent posts and sheens.  This is why it is best to contact me directly so we can work together to deliver the perfect piece of artwork customized for your space.  Every order will be delivered to me where I will inspect each print for quality, sign and number (if it’s a limited edition run) before sending it to you.

Check out the size comparison below to get an idea as to what size may fit your space and then be sure to check out the Canvas, Metal, Acrylic and Paper print sections to read a little bit about each one.

Comparison of photo sizes on wall

Canvas Prints

Canvas prints are the most common print these days.  They tend to be economical, look great and have many options to help accent a space.  You can get them in thin or thick wraps, framed or not framed and they all look great.  The canvas is stretched around a wood frame so it will keep the shape and tension over time.  These are lightweight and come ready to hang with a standard wire or picture hanger.

 Metal Prints

Metal prints are one of my personal favorite ways for my photos to be printed.  This process is done by infusing the inks to a special coated piece of aluminum.  The results are amazing. These work great for vivid landscapes or moody black and whites.  Metal prints have this magical luminescence that brings photos to life in a way you don’t expect.  These have a few different sheen options, mounting options and creative edge options if you want something other than a traditional rectangle.  These are easy to clean, scratch resistant and have a long life.  Want to make a bold statement with a showpiece?  Get a double-float mount metal print.

Acrylic Prints

Acrylic prints are a somewhat newer option that has become popular in recent years.  This process takes a paper print and face mounts it to plexiglass with polished edges. This gives the photos a 3d lifelike quality that is second to none.  They are also easy to take care of, just don’t use an abrasive material when cleaning them.  These are heavy in terms of prints but are easy to hang with the included french cleat.

Paper Prints

Ahh yes, the classic print on photo paper. Not just any paper though, I make sure to use the best quality paper and archival inks for your prints.  This makes sure the right sheen and look is used to best fit the environment they will be in.  These can come as a rolled paper print, or a number of framing and matting options.

Splits, Clusters and Wall Collages

Any of these print options can be turned into a variety of other options. Need a single photo split into a triptych?  Want several individual photos working together to create a design on your wall?  These are a great way to add another element on top of the already beautiful display piece you will have.