's photographs exhibited at Bethesda Library are digitally printed on Epson Exhibition Fiber (archival), with a print area 14" x 11", matted and framed to 20" x 16".
Digital archival prints of these images (and many others in the Gallery) are made to order in our studio in sizes up to 63” x 42” using satin or gloss premium photo paper, 200-year pigment inks, and clear gloss enhancer.
Cured prints ready for mounting and framing are shipped quickly in large, white mailing tubes and are priced at $1 per square inch.
Professional framing is also available at discount.
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"House on Fire."
This Anasazi ruin is located deep inside Mule Canyon on remote Cedar Mesa, Utah. When illuminated by sunlight bouncing off the red-rock cliff below, the naturally-eroded overhanging rock gives the illusion of furious flames shooting out of a house fire.
"The Golden Gate."
On an unusually clear night, the lights of downtown San Francisco shine through the suspension wires of the Golden Gate Bridge, known as the "most beautiful bridge in the world." This south-facing view is from Battery Spencer in the Marin Headlands.
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