Printed on Hahnemühle’s FineArt Baryta Satin, a museum quality paper for excellent detail and age resistance. At 300gsm it is thicker than a standard print; it is a professional quality paper that is acid and lignin free with a smooth and subtle surface texture. It has a subtle sheen which produces stunning black and white and color photographs. Coupled with Epson’s UltraChrome HD archival Inks you are ensued to have a Limited-Edition print that is fade resistance for many decades.
Authenticity is assured with original signatures and a certificate of authenticity. All prints include my original signature and the date it was printed, placed discreetly on the bottom right corner of the print. Also, all prints include a signed certificate of authenticity with the purchaser’s name and date it was printed. I also include a small thumbnail of the image, print number it the series, its title, caption, size, captured date and location for landscape and nature prints. Further both the print (backside) and the certificate included security hologram stickers with matching serial numbers.
Attention to detail not only includes my choice of paper, the ink or the inclusion of a certificate of authenticity but also the handling and shipping. To ensure your Limited-Edition Fine Art Print arrives to you without defects and ready to frame, I first allow it to dry for 72 hours before preparing the print for shipping. At which point, I place a sheet of archival paper over the print before rolling it to place in the mailing tube (larger prints) or sandwiching between to cardboard for the mailing envelope (8”x10”).