These fine art sepia prints are taken directly from the color corrected tif files and reproduced with a Noritsu 3704HD Silver Halide Printer on FujiColor Professional Photo Paper. These are true photographic prints with an archival life of 180 years,. Image size and proportion are dependent on compositional decision. In general there are two print sizes, one is 34 inches long and approximately 3½ inches high, the other is 33 inches long and 4½ inches high. The height varies slightly depending on the specific image. Prints are published in open and closed editions as noted below and each print is individually signed, numbered and dated. Also attached to each panorama is a signed certification of authenticity which includes a brief description of the site and its vantage point located on an historic or topographical map.
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I frame all the prints (with minor noted exceptions) using a Nielsen Florentine Walnut #167 with moulding profile #97. This frame is a satin finish brushed bronze color with a rectangular profile. The prints are mounted on archival foam core and single matted with archival four-ply white museum board. The overall size of the framed image is either 40 inches by 10 inches or 40 inches by 12 inches, dependent on the format of the panorama. The framed prints are glazed using clear picture framing glass. I will do custom sizes and custom glazing dependent on the request. I show two examples below.