Print Sale

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Some of my images on the wall at a 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 up to 20×24 inch (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 a 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 printer which is the best on offer today. Greyscale (Black&White) prints are made using a 3-level black ink technology, color prints use the  UltraChrome 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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