The photographs are printed using only the highest quality archival museum-quality printing processes which ensure that the prints will last 80 to 100 years or more (if kept out of direct sunlight and handled correctly). The images are giclee printed in high resolution on specialized inkjet printers using pigment inks resulting in a high quality crisp result.
The giclee printing process involves spraying miniscule ink droplets of varying size, deposited with extreme precision onto the papers surface
The Felix Schoeller True Rag Etching paper used is 100% cotton with a gently textured natural white surface resulting in vivid colours, rich black tones and great sharpness. This fine-art paper is made in Germany and has a weight of 310g/sqm.
There are a multitude of framing options on the market. The right choice can depend on the image itself and the location where the image is to be displayed.
I am more than happy to assist and advise you in making the right choice.
The pricing below is for ready to hang, framed images. They include a wood frame with a window mount, 2mm clear glass and hanging attachments fitted, in infinitely versatile neutral black or white.
The snow white mounting board scaled to fit the size of the image. The type hanging fixture is also determined by the size and weight of the frame.
If you have any particular framing/hanging preferences or requirements don't hesitate to contact me. I'm happy to advise and accommodate your needs.
A4 - image size 297x210mm R1500
A3 - image size 420x297mm R1950
A2 - image size 594x420mm R2950
A1 - image size 841x594mm R4950
A0 - image size 1189x841mm R6950
Panorama 1 - image size 594x210mm
Panorama 2 - image size 841x297mm
Panorama 3 - image size 1189x420
A4 - image size 297x210mm R850
A3 - image size 420x297mm R1000
A2 - image size 594x420mm R1300
A1 - image size 841x594mm R1900
A0 - image size 1189x841mm R2800
Delivery can be arranged for anywhere in South Africa at buyers own cost. I prefer Postnet to Postnet or Courier Guy, however if you have a courier you'd rather use I'll be happy to accommodate.