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Frequently asked questions.

Should I order a frame?

My images are sized to digital proportions and unless you plan on having your art work custom framed, it is best to order it framed. Digital sized frames are hard to find in the brick and mortar stores.

What type of paper do you use?

E-Surface Paper is my most popular photographic paper. Accurate color, lifelike skin tones, archival quality and a traditional photo finish are just a few reasons why customers love E-Surface Prints.
Fuji Pearl Paper uses a patented combination of film and laminate layers resulting in a striking metallic shine. Its ultra-bright backgrounds and smooth photo finish will give your prints a deep look and last a lifetime.

What about Aluminum?

High Definition Aluminum art gives you a modern way to display your purchased art. The .45” thick aluminum photo panels are coated with a gloss finish. Each panel includes a hanging wall mount on the back of the print. Perfect for updating your home décor. I currently offer Aluminum Panels with two different base colors: White & Clear. For the most accurate and vibrant color representation, choose a white base. If one desires a “Metal Effect” with a metallic reflection accenting the artwork, choose the Clear base. Both are amazing and provide uniqueness to your wall print. 

What about Acrylic?

Acrylic Prints create a near 3-D effect and vibrancy in the colors that really pop! I use Acrylic + Metallic that enhances that 3-D effect and vibrancy a bit more because of the metallic paper option! Proper lighting is critical for the best display of this product. Note: These Acrylics are only available as "Limited Edition" images from me, not off this site.

What about "Limited Editions?"

Limited Editions come in metallic prints, aluminum wall panels, and acrylic wall panels. They are signed and numbered. Note: These are only available at shows or by contacting me here.

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