The Prints

"A photographic image is literally made of time,
showing viewers the projection of an instant in history."

Producing photographic prints is part science and part art.
We masterfully restore and enhance the original images by removing
surface dust, scratches and anything that wasn't there at the time
of the exposure. This process can reveal details and tonalities
often resulting in prints that look even better than the originals.

Our fine art photo prints, sometimes referred to as "giclee" are made with
eight color "Ultrachrome" pigment inks on museum grade paper
to ensure lasting archival quality. These are all "open edition"
prints, making them affordable and available to discerning art buyers
on a budget.

Available in two standard sizes, all of our prints
come over matted with acid-free 100% rag mat board.

Most of the photo prints we sell are done in either Black & White or
"Sepia Tone" which roughly follows printing techniques of their time.
Black & White images are matted in Crisp White, while Sepia and
hand colored images are done with Antique White mats to give them an vintage look.
If there is a Black & White image that you would rather have done in Sepia Tone
just send us a message and we can accomadate you.

Many of our prints also come with a descriptive metal nameplate
which can be attached to the front or back of your finished piece.
The hand colored postcard images generally don't require a plate, as they
have their original lettering reproduced as well.

The matted prints are shipped to you flat and not in a tube.

Our Framing option provides a finished, ready for hanging photo print
sealed under glass for a lasting display (see "Framing" menu).

Pricing and sizes for prints can be viewed through the galleries.