Printing Process

After an image is captured and the film has been developed, the image is then professionally scanned for maximum resolution and color rendition. After scanning, each image is digitally edited to produce the best print possible. I usually find it necessary to edit every image in order to produce a print that meets my creative passion.  My goal with every image is to recreate the amazement I felt when I tripped the shutter.  All images on my site are available for purchase. Most images are available in sizes ranging from 11"x14" to 40"x50" and larger by special request.

My standard prints are on Fuji Crystal Archive paper, using the LightJet printer which digitally "write" the images, offering sharpness, image control, and fidelity never before obtainable via traditional printing methods. It creates a true continuous tone print which is accepted as the standard for "fine art" archival photographic prints.

Open edition prints, typically those 16"x20" and smaller, have no limit to the number of prints issued.  They can be digitally signed but not numbered. Limited edition prints, those larger than 16"x20" (depending on aspect ratio) come hand signed and numbered. There will be 10 editions of 25 prints per edition for a total of 250 prints. Once 25 limited edition prints of any one image are sold, the price increases 20% for the next edition of 25 prints.

Purchasing Prints

I am currently in the process of expanding my print and display options.  I offer true photographic prints, ranging from $50 to $795, in sizes from 11"x14" up to 40"x50" and larger upon special request. I offer many options for display of your photographs ranging from traditional paper prints, metal prints, canvas prints, and fully framed custom pieces.  Please feel free to contact me with any questions you might have about prints, purchasing, and pricing for display options. I'd love the opportunity to work with you personally to create a piece to fit your needs and to bring you enjoyment for years to come.