Fine Art Printing - Tip of the Day

Whether you printed your first ‘really good image’ at home or just invested in a collectible fine art print from your favorite artist, here’s one little attention to detail you should keep in mind. Air out your print before you frame it behind glass. Give it 24-48 hours so that all the ink can cure in to the paper and that everthing that needs to evaporate out of the ink can do so. I pay attention to, dare I say: obsess, over these details for my valued clients!


 A 20x30" fine art print on F-type baryta paper by Hahnemühle from my summer landscape trip. The color gamut, contrast, and depth have to be experienced. Even my so-called Retina display doesn’t do it justice.

A 20x30" fine art print on F-type baryta paper by Hahnemühle from my summer landscape trip. The color gamut, contrast, and depth have to be experienced. Even my so-called Retina display doesn’t do it justice.