Fine-Art Photographic Prints
Fine Art Photographic Prints by Jack Graham Photography
All prints are produced using the OEM manufacturer’s original K3 pigment inks and custom profiled to the very highest standard to present an outstanding work of art. Maximum sizes may vary depending on the image. Factors that go into the sizing that suits the final print include the image crop and over all conditions at the time the subject was photographed.
PRINT SIZES: Final print sizes vary by image. There are many factors that go into the sizing that I use to determine the print size of each image. These include digital format as well as the conditions when the images was made. I print images at sizes that meet my vision and requirements for the highest quality and detail.
Images are printed using the highest quality photo paper and inks. I also offer prints on aluminum(metal)
Approximate Size, Matted and Signed Print:
STANDARD PRINTS PANORAMA PRINTS
Print Size Print only Matted Mat Size Metal Print Size Print only Matted Mat Size Metal
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EXPECTED DISPLAY LIFE OF DIGITAL PRINTS: The current archival calculation by Wilheim Imaging Research is 75 - 100 years, in normal display conditions. www.wilhelm-research.com Care should be taken, as with any piece of fine art, not to expose the image to high levels of moisture or sunlight. The print should be treated as a quality fine art watercolor painting. Choosing a location having normal humidity levels and minimum exposure to ultra violet light will provide many years of pleasurable viewing.
MATTING: Prints will be matted using eggshell white mat, with an inset identical in color or of a color to really show off the print. The final print is mounted on archival acid-free board, over-matted with archival acid-free white cotton museum rag, and hand-signed. I do not mat prints over 20” x 30”
METAL (aluminum) PRINTS:
Images from transfer paper are infused into a specially coated aluminum sheet. The result of this infusion process is an amazing looking metal print. Amazing detail is attained via this process. The archival quality attained by this cutting edge process, ensures that the metal (aluminum) print will remain in it’s outstanding, original form for years to come.
Metal prints are waterproof making them ideal for bathrooms, kitchens, restaurants, and other areas that traditional prints may not have been practical. Standard glass cleaners and a microfiber cloth is all that is necessary to remove fingerprints etc. from the prints
All prints are delivered with backing support and are ready to hang. Metal prints can be framed creating a flowing effect. I do not provide framing but can recommend this service upon request.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEE: I stand behind the quality of my work; any cosmetically flawed or damaged prints will be exchanged without question. All returns must be in perfect/unused condition and in the original or similarly durable and insured packaging. Please contact me for return details if you are unsatisfied for any reason.
FOR COLLECTORS: I also offer limited edition images of several of my top select photographs which are printed in rare editions of only 100 or less. For more information about these specialty prints, please contact me. email@example.com for pricing and availability.
In every Jack Graham Print, meticulous attention to details such as color accuracy and sharpness are guaranteed. All prints are hand-signed on a white border surrounding the print, ready for matting and framing. All images that are shipped pre-matted will be signed on the mat itself. A certificate of authentication is included as well as short personally addressed note regarding the image on the back of each image at no extra charge.
All my prints are digitally prepared, color corrected, fine-tuned, and printed by me. I use professional Epson pigment printers for print longevity. These fully archival prints are produced on either EPSON Velvet Fine Art Matte Paper, or Canson Rag Photographique 310g, smooth, bright white, using printer profiles set forth by the paper manufacturer. Production of metal (aluminum) prints are carefully overseen and proofed prior to printing.
Add 10% for matted prints; 15% for metal prints.