Images are printed using quality ink jet printers onto archival print paper or Durst Lambda laser process for large prints and … panoramas onto archival Kodak Professional Endura paper. The Lambda laser process results in superb, true, continuous tone with no dots, no screens, just clear, crisp and pure images.
For standard format images (landscape and portrait orientation) sizes available are:
12″ x 8″ (304mm x 203mm)
16″ x 12″ (406mm x 304mm)
24″ x 16″ ( 609mm x 406mm)
30″ x 20″ (762mm x 508mm)
Panoramic images vary in height relative to length, sizes are the longest edge of the print while the height is only an approximation as a guide:
18″ wide (457mm wide x 125mm high)
24″ wide ( 609mm wide x 165mm high)
30″ wide (762mm wide x 203mm high)
40″ wide (1016mm wide x 270mm high)
60″ wide (1524mm wide x 400mm high)
Some panoramic images will print larger than these sizes with no loss of image detail and quality. My largest panoramic print to date on quality print paper (not canvas) is 2300mm long x 630mm high. Please email me or ask a question via the contact form if you require larger than these sizes.
Final printing is without any watermarks, visible or digital. My signature is in the lower right hand corner with a small white “key” border around the image.
Images are layered front and back in acid free tissue, rolled and shipped in a 4mm wall thickness document tube for protection. I have tried to keep the shipping costs to the bare minimum adding only the cost of the tubes and acid free paper. Multiple images are layered with acid free tissue and rolled together for insertion into the document tube. I have had no problems with this method to date, but if you wish images rolled and tubed separately please contact me, which will incur an additional document tube and postage cost for each image.
I am currently using New Zealand Parcel post for both domestic and international shipping until further notice.