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The photo images included on this site have either been created with a professional quality, high resolution digital camera or scanned from slide or print film using a high resolution digital scanner. Each image is meticulously reviewed for clarity before being included in the collection. Images are available in multiple sizes and are processed giclée prints. See the description of giclée printing provided below. Picture finishes are available in a luster or semi-gloss finish or on canvas unless otherwise specified. We use Ilford Smooth Pearl Professional Photo Paper for our prints.

Framed prints can be available in a variety of sizes and presentations. For more information about Presentation Options please go to the Prints and Presentation page.

Limited Editions

All limited editions are numbered based on the image and size of the print rather than only on the image itself.   All prints are personally signed by the artist, but only the 12" x 18" or larger and the panoramas of at least 10" in height are numbered as limited editions.   Each size of an image is an edition.  For example, a particular 12" x 18" image may have an edition number of 45. When all 45 of the edition are sold, no more in that size will be printed although there may me editions available in the 16" x 24" or 20" x 30" size.   In other words, the limited edition number is based on the size of a particular image.   Once all of the prints of an edition have sold, it will never again be printed as a photographic print.

PicturesPlus-Art is committed to providing gallery quality prints, proofed by the artist to exacting standards.  All prints are on acid free, lignin free, and pH neutral paper or canvas.  The Giclée printing is accomplished with an Epson R2400 or Epson 9600 jet printer using ultrachrome K3 inks that have up to a 92 year no-fade rating when cared for properly.

 

Giclée Prints

What are Giclée prints? Giclée (pronounced "zhee-clay") reproductions were originally developed in 1989 as a digital method of fine art printing.  The word Giclée is French for "to spray on" or "to spray ink".  The images are scanned and digitally stored in a computer and finally sent directly to a high resolution, inkjet printer.

The technology provides incredible detail and brilliant color.  The resolution (DPI or dots per inch) is actually higher than traditional lithography which results in crisp contrast with rich, intense color.

Unlike lithographs and serigraphs, Giclée printing has undergone extensive, third-party fade-testing.  While the predicted display life depends on many variables, under typical home or office lighting, and depending on the papers used, our giclees are estimated to last up to 92 years without noticable fade.  We recommend, however, that customers treat their Giclée prints the same as they would any original piece of art.  You should never expose any type of artwork to prolonged sunlight or other harsh conditions.  PicturesPlus-Art.com uses the Giclée printing technique for all of its prints.

 

Prices for Photo Images and Fine Art Images vary with the image, size, and presentation type, such as framed or canvas prints.  Please contact us with your print requirements for a pricing quote.  All artist signatures are on the print. 

 

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