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All of my photos are available as prints in a variety of sizes and mediums.
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All traditional photo prints are printed on long-lasting Kodak ENDURA professional photo paper in either a glossy, lustre, or metallic finish.
All float mounted metal prints are printed in either a high gloss, mid gloss, or satin finish. Metal prints are the superior option for photo quality and long-lasting durability. Metal best preserves the photo's crispness and color tone that you would see on a computer screen. They also do not require framing and are easy to clean. When determining which metal finish you'd like, it's best to first consider which type of lighting environment the print will be showcased in.
High gloss is best suited for darker rooms since the print surface is very shiny which produces higher glare. High gloss displays the most vivid colors, contrast, and detail as long as the area it is displayed in does not receive a lot of direct light.
Mid-gloss, also considered semi-gloss, has nearly all the detail and color boldness of high gloss but with reduced glare. This is the best option for hanging in areas that get more direct light. If you are unsure about the lighting conditions, mid gloss is the best way to go to ensure the best look.
Satin finishes dull the print surface which prevents reflections, but also degrades the photo color and detail quality. This is the least desirable option, but may be best if the display space has a high degree of direct light.
All stretched fine art canvas prints are printed directly onto museum-quality canvas material using high-quality archival inks. Since canvas gives a photo a more "painterly" feel, the level of detail decreases in these prints styles. Since canvas is not very reflective, these print types are best displayed in well-lit spaces.
*Disclaimer: Depending on the level of accuracy in the color calibration on your monitor or device, prints may vary slightly in color and lightness/darkness values compared to how they look on a digital screen