Creating a fine art photograph requires the right image, lighting, and composition. To see the perfect image translated onto paper requires the printing process to be simply perfect. Our prints are done on state of the art equipment and archival quality paper (which can last up to 100 years). This is the same paper and process used by galleries and museums. In fact, our prints are on the same paper and by the same printmaker that prints for some of the top photographers and top museums in the country.
The prints are Digital C-prints on Fuji crystal archive paper or on fujiflex paper (a polyester based supergloss paper). Archival paper is essentially permanent acid-free paper that is used for preservation purposes. We have found this process to be the one that yields the absolute best image. The process is time-consuming and labor intensive and requires an extraordinary amount of attention to detail, but the results are phenomenal.
Most images on the website are available as fine art prints. Some are listed with prices on the PRINTS page. If you are interested in any other images, please contact us for more details.
LIMITED VS. OPEN EDITION
Some of our prints are classified as Limited Edition Prints. These prints are limited to a specific number and will never again be available for purchase after the last image is sold. Open edition prints, on the other hand, are always available for buyers to purchase.
The price for limited edition prints increases as each print is sold and fewer are available. If you find a limited edition print that you want, it is beneficial to purchase it earlier in the edition.
SIGNED PRINTS, CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY
Each print is signed and stamped on the back and comes with a certificate of authenticity that includes information regarding the print, such as date image was captured, settings, etc. This is true of both limited and open edition prints.
WHAT YOU SHOULD PURCHASE
Many artists sell their artwork and try to convince the buyer that it is a great investment. In reality, it is difficult to judge what the value of something will be in the future – whether this is for an unknown artist or for a famous one. There is nothing wrong with purchasing a piece of art as investment, but then the buyer should understand the market and factors that influence price within that segment, etc. For the rest, it is easy – buy the work that you would enjoy viewing on your wall. Being able to enjoy art is a luxury that many across the world cannot afford. The images really come to life when they are printed in high quality – the computer screen does not do them justice. Find and purchase what you enjoy, this is what will make it a great purchase.
We do not offer framing services. We can refer you to a framing company if you need help with this.
The print you are purchasing is of archival quality and should be framed using archival quality (acid-free) materials. Acid free materials will ensure longevity of your print. It will ensure that you enjoy your print for a very long time to come. Archival framing materials are slightly more expensive than non-archival materials, but we highly recommend this to protect your investment. We are here to help should you need any advise in terms of your framing needs.
We offer a 14-day money back guarantee. If you’re not satisfied with your prints for any reason, send them back to us. Prints must be returned in original condition. Please contact us should you have a return. Refund will be given within seven days of receipt of print by same method as was used to pay for the print. Refund will only be for the price of the print. Shipping charges will not be refunded, which means you must pay all return shipping.
Payment can be made via check, Paypal, or money order. In the near future, we will have the ability to pay via credit cards.
Prints are sold for personal display purposes only and no reproduction rights, print, web or by any other means are implied or granted. Ownership of copyright belongs to the photographer Sumit Dua. Images can be licensed for usage for other purposes, so please contact us with any questions in regards to this.