Orogenesis

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About the prints.

Fine art giclee prints on Hahnemühle Photorag pure cotton paper with Ultrachrome inks. This combination ensures the longest possible permanency (200+ years, source Wilhem Research) along with an exquisite tonal scale, as said elsewhere the prints actually resemble platinum/palladium prints.

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How the prints are mounted

Limited edition of 250 prints signed and numbered by the artist. Print size is approx. 5×4″ mounted and bevel window matted to 13×15″, at a cost of just $50. Mounting is done professionally to gallery/conservation  standards using Colormount acid free buffered mount board. Shipping cost is $20 to any destination worldwide for any number of mounted prints purchased. Mounted prints are always shipped wrapped in wood for premium care in transit.

Variations.

Mount. It is possible to purchase the prints unmounted, saving $25 on the print cost and $10 on shipping (shipped in a strong postal tube). If this is the case please email me with the prints details and I will send you a reduced Paypal invoice. For a number of reasons, such as transit, presentation, safety, storage and handling I strongly recommend purchasing the prints as per default, i.e. mounted.

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8x10" print mounted and framed to 16x20"

A fine art print is always presented mounted. I do, however, offer the unmounted option to those with a tight budget or those willing to mount themselves or at the frame maker (will cost you more, with uncertain results). 16×20″ mount is available for 8×10″ and 11×14″ prints. The cost is +$25 for the print and $30 shipping for up to two 16×20″ prints. Please enquiry and will receive a customized invoice.

Framing is also available as an option (13×15″ and 16×20″ aluminum frames, acrylic glazing, very elegant). Please enquiry about framing.

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About Orogenesis. Having been interested in nature and photography for so many years, Orogenesis is mainly a study on the relationship between humans and reality. Or more intriguingly, a virtuality. Of course, none of the images depict humans, although some show a sign of a (past? future?) civilization, or sometimes, a never seen before atmospheric phenomena. The individual is lost in this alien, but still familiar, scenario. True wilderness, at last.