About the prints
Each print is created using a high resolution digital file taken from the original negative. It is produced as a digital fine art print using the ‘Giclee’ printing process on archival fine art paper. The final product, kept in the right conditions, will last many lifetimes! All prints are signed, and also numbered if part of a limited edition.
What is giclée?
Large strides have been made in the development of the archival inkjet printing process in recent years and these have been a revelation for the field of photography and image reproduction. The word “giclée”, from the French verb “gicler” meaning ‘to squirt/to spray’ as a fine art term, has come to be associated with prints made using fade resistant archival inks. This sophisticated inkjet process employs a larger colour range, creating truer shades and hues and a higher degree of accuracy and richness.
Archival quality art paper (310gsm)
I use heavy archival quality, acid free, art-paper with a matt finish. It is very slightly textured and specially designed for art reproductions and creative applications.
How your print will look
The image below shows how a finished print will look ie; with white border which will take a window mount or just fit into a frame as it is. All prints are signed but will also include a number if part of a limited edition.
Images are un-mounted and printed on a superb 310 g.s.m., textured and heavy, Hahnemuhle German etching paper with matt finish and fine surface texture. This is one of the most popular media worldwide for artwork and photography.
Some limited editions will also be available on a smooth-surfaced, acid-free, museum grade paper.