|CURRENT PRICES FOR PHOTOGRAPHY
Standard shape (2 to 3 ratio of height to width, or vice versa) (in inches):
5x7.5 $20, 7x10.5 $30, 8x12 $40, 10x15 $60, 12x18 $85, 14x21 $115, 16x24 $150
"Semipanoramic" (1 to 2 ratio):
6x12 $30, 8x16 $50, 10x20 80, 12x24 $115, 15x30 $180
Panoramic (1 to 3 ratio):
6x18 $50, 7x21 $65, 8x24 $85, 10x30 $135, 12x36 $190
Square (1 to 1 ratio):
6x6 $20, 8x8 $30, 10x10 $45, 12x12 $65, 15x15 $95, 18x18 $135, 24x24 $240
These prices are for single prints. Matting adds anywhere from $10 to $50, depending largely on size; framing adds anywhere from $15 to $150, also depending largely on size. Shipping is $5 for one print (any size), additional prints are $1 each. Shipping generally gets much more complicated with matted or framed pieces, so email me for a price quote if interested. I live in Louisville, Colorado, so if you're near there you might be able to escape shipping charges (but then you'll have to pay sales tax).
Sales tax: for Colorado residents, add 4%; for City of Louisville residents, add 8%.
Photographs are generally printed by an HP Z3100 on HP Professional Satin paper (for most color prints) or Hahnemuhle Smooth Fine Art paper (for most black and whites). Wilhelm Imaging has rated these combinations as lasting well over 100 years in normal conditions. The Hahnemuhle is a softer look, more like a watercolor, and as such is quite suitable for some of the images. I can also print on HP Artist Matte Canvas, which is generally softer still, and looks more "painterly", and on HP Premium Glossy, a very shiny surface.
Photographs are available as print only, matted, or matted and framed. Print only orders are generally shipped in a tube by US mail. Matted orders are mounted on acid-free foamcore and matted with archival mats in cream or (usually for b&w) white mats. I don't carry any colors; if you want fancy matting, your local frame shop can do an excellent job. Frames are available in matte black metal or wood; framed pieces are glassed, wired, and ready to hang. Again, if you want fancy frames, see your local frame shop. They love to play around with all the possible combinations.
These are photographs, and as such can be printed in almost any size. Most of my photos are in the standard 35mm film ratio of 2 to 3, so can be printed 4" by 6", 10" by 15", or 16"x 24", etc., without cropping. I can easily print other sizes, but if the sides are not in the ratio of 2 to 3, some cropping will necessarily occur. Some photos have sides in different ratios. If you want to avoid cropping, the size you order needs to be in the same ratio as the suggested size. Send me an email if you want a price quote for an unusual size; prices are pretty much proportional to the area of the print.