Wherever you are, I hope you enjoy browsing my artwork. Now you can buy original photographs, printed in limited edition. Just send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +40 745 155 425 for details. Whether you are buying for yourself, as a gift, for your home or for your office, I am always happy to offer help in your buying decisions should you need it. All the prints are personally hand-pulled by me under exacting scrutiny using the same equipment, archival papers, canvas and inks used by the Museums of Fine Arts and have an archival life up to 200 years. All the prints are signed, embossed with the seal of authenticity (see below), numbered, dated and come together with an Authenticity Certificate also signed. Note: Some small open stock prints do not bear the seal, due to the seal's size in relation to the print or the period of the print.
All photographs are part of a limited edition. When the edition is exhausted, there will be no additional prints.
We use for print the Lambda Print Process or Giclee Printing.
Please be aware that although we use calibrated monitors to ensure that our prints are accurately represented, your monitor or graphics card may show slight differences in colour. This is true for all images on the web, and so you should take not that the specific tones and hues in your actual print may vary from the images seen on this website.
Any purchase of a photograph is not the acquisition of proprietary rights or the right to reproduce a particular picture. The copyright of each photograph remains with its author.
Lambda Printing is quite simply photographic technology taken to a state of perfection. A Lambda print will be much better in terms of sharpness, clarity, colour saturation and quality than any other photographic or inkjet print process.Lambda printing gives true continuous tone, ultra sharp photographic images with crisp and precise edge to edge printing and absolutely no distortion.
Lambda photographic technology has taken over from the traditional photographic process and uses three lasers merged into a single beam to expose images on to photosensitive materials up to 1270 mm (50 inches) in width, producing the whole image in a single pass. The photosensitive material is then internally "wet" processed in the same manner as traditional photography.
Lambda Prints are ideally suited to any circumstance where the finest quality photographic images are required.