Below you will find our pricing for a number of standard print sizes1 and standard print media; if you are looking for a size or print medium that you don't see, please just get in touch and let us know the particulars.
|Photo2||Fine Art Print||Canvas Wrap||Metal Print|
|12 x 18 inch||$250||$350||$500||$500|
|16 x 24 inch||$300||$400||$600||$600|
|20 x 30 inch||$400||$500||$750||$750|
|24 x 36 inch||$500||$650||$900||$900|
|30 x 45 inch3||$600||$750||$1000||$1000|
(1) Panorama prints and other odd-sized prints will have different, but comparable sizes and prices available.
(2) Photographic prints can be on lustre, glossy, or metallic paper—depending on the print and your preferences.
(3) 30 x 45 inch prints, or larger, will be available when the photo in question has sufficient resolution to print at that size in the chosen medium.
All prints are limited to ten (10) prints sold larger than 16 x 24 inches, excluding prints for the photographer's own use. Prints 16 x 24 inches or smaller are not limited.
Photographic prints are printed using a traditional photographic printing method (not an inkjet printer) and are printed on Kodak Professional Supra Endura VC Digital Paper. The archival life of these prints is rated at over 100 years in a typical home display.
Photographic prints can be ordered mounted on 1/4-inch foamboard or 3/4 or 1 1/2-inch standout backing. Formboard mounted photos are typically framed. Standout mounting has a finished edge and holes in the back from which it can be hung, thus eliminating the need for framing.
Foamboard and standout mounting will increase the cost slightly.
Fine art prints, sometimes called Giclée prints or Giclée watercolors, are printed on a 100% cotton, acid-free velvet paper which is similar in appearance to a thick watercolor paper. Archival fine art prints are printed using a high-end large-format inkjet printer. Fine art prints are less resistant to scratching and damage than traditional photographic prints and should be handled with care. Framing behind glass is recommended.
Fine art prints can be ordered mounted on 1/4-inch foamboard, which will increase the cost slightly.
With canvas gallery wraps the image is printed directly onto canvas using an archival, large-format inkjet printer and then protected with a matte or semi-gloss laminate. The canvas is then wrapped around a 1 1/2 or 2 1/2-inch wood frame.
Metal prints are printed directly onto a high-quality aluminum using a dye sublimation process. Prints have 1/8-inch rounded corners. The dye sublimation process gives the print a "high gloss" look and makes metal a great choice for photos with vibrant colors.
Metal prints can be ordered "floated" with a gatorboard on the back, for easy hanging directly on the wall.
To place an order, please contact us with the details of the photo(s), size(s), and print medium(-ia) you would like. We will respond to confirm the print information and supply you with a quote.
If you wish to have your print signed, please let us know, but understand that this will create a short delay and that your package will look like it has been carefully opened and then resealed—as that is exactly what will happen!
Finally, please note that it is impossible to print a photo exactly as it appears on a computer monitor. Colors on your computer monitor are backlit with a strong light; colors on a photo are not. We put a great deal of care and effort into getting the prints to look as close to what you see on a monitor as possible, but there will be natural variations.