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Some of my images on the wall at Angkor Photo Gallery

My archival photos are usually printed on two types of paper: (1- on CANSON Baryta Photographique 310 gsm paper and, 2- on HAHNEMUHLE PhotoRag Baryta 315 paper with Fine art Certificate of authenticity/gold stamp). A newer Ilford Baryta paper may also be used (check at the time of order). At this time  I can offer the prints in size : 17 x 22 inch (42 by 55 cm), 24 x 36 inch (60 by 90 cm) and 36 x 54 inch (90 by 135 cm).

Traditional hand-made prints on Kentmere or Ilford paper are also available (check with me for printing delay).

All prints are SIGNED and NUMBERED – My main historical images (mostly from the 1975 Fall of Phnom Penh) are of the open edition type …Most other images are limited edition of 15 or 30 or 75 for smaller format. The prints from 24 x36 inch and larger come with an ART TRUST tag (www.arttrustonline.com) which are registered online.

Shipping of prints is usually done via Fedex (in a tube).

The prints offered for sale are made with the best care. The above mentioned top quality baryta papers used are the best support available to-date to print photographic images. The prints are made on an Epson 11880 printer which the best on offer today. Greyscale (Black&White) prints are made using a 3-level black ink technology, color prints use the 8-ink UltraChrome K3 system. Both systems produce the utmost archival prints we can dream of today. With a normal appropriate care, prints will last over 100 years.

As of May 2015, I’m having DIASEC prints made (by WHITEWALL.COM) in Germany.

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