Thanks so much for visiting my site. Hopefully these tips will help you with any questions you may have before you order.

When selecting a print size, try to choose a size that does not require cropping. Cropping will often times change the overall composition of your photo.

Photographic prints come on your choice of either Color or Fuji Pearl paper.

'Color' is a high quality photographic paper that is suitable for framing or mounting. There is an optional 'Luster Coating' which protects against fingerprints, UV exposure, and common over-spraying found in home and office environment. The rich, enhanced sheen of this professional finishing service shields your photographs from the elements without interfering with the image.

Fuji Pearl is what is called a 'metallic' paper. Fuji Pearl paper offers natural looking skin-tones, sharp details and beautifully saturated colors. It is strong and resistant to tearing or curling without any additional lamination. This paper uses a patented combination of film and laminate layers that results in striking three-dimensional images on an ultra-bright background. This paper is truly impressive and I recommend it where there are lots of bright, saturated colors.

Canvas Gallery Wraps are a premier art canvas that is professionally wrapped around a 1.5" thick wooden stretcher frame. The canvas gallery wrap arrives as a finished product ready to hang.

Standout Display is a 1.5" thick, lightweight Gatorfoam with a lightly textured black or smooth white trim around the edges. You choose your paper type on this product.

Print Wraps are printed on photographic paper and laminated with a mounting block on the back, Print Wraps easily create that gallery look inside your home. There are several options for paper type as well as finish.

There are also options for mattes and mounting of whatever print you choose.

If you have any questions at all, please don't hesitate to email me at aaron@aaronburnettphotography.com. I will more than likely respond within just a couple of hours.

 

Thanks again,

 

Aaron