WELCOME to IMAGE PRESENTATION: FRAMED PRINTS We offer four categories of printed and framed images: limited edition COLLECTOR prints; limited edition DESIGNER prints; fine art DECORATOR prints; and fine art GALLERY prints. Examples, detailed specifications and pricing are shown for each category. Framed Limited Edition COLLECTOR Prints Framed Limited Edition DESIGNER Prints Framed Fine Art DECORATOR Prints Framed Fine Art GALLERY Prints GO to IMAGE PRESENTATION: UNFRAMED PRINTS GO to IMAGE PRESENTATION: CUSTOM PRINTING AND CANVAS RETURN to PRICING, PRINTING AND FRAMING menu QUESTIONS and ORDER INFO? Contact Us!
email@example.com; 202.445.9611 (Fritz) Some Words About Framed Fine Art Photography. It is not required that you read this to consider purchasing a framed print, but this is what it is all about and it may give the picture you purchase more meaning and value to you. Reading this will take less than a minute. Fine art photography has four essential elements: capturing the image, processing the image, printing the image, and framing the image. Each of these steps is critical to present a picture that will enhance your viewing environment and give you years of pleasure. This is the purpose and process of what fine art photographers do. This is why we are artists. I take my own images, I process my own images, and I print my own images. I will not let anyone else intercede in what I consider my artistic process. I work of course with my visual designer and photo editor, who are also artists. The result of this process is a work of art. The final step is the presentation of this artwork, the framed print, which is the domain of the professional framer (who is also an artist) and the decorator (who could be you) who hangs the framed prints in your viewing environment. These are all essential steps for giving you fine art photography that will enhance your life experience. Fine art photographs are one of the best investments you can make. And they are delivered to you with love from all who are involved. The love is embedded in the artwork: imagine that!
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