The rime-crusted southern face of Oats Peak, in the Takhinsha Mountains northwest of Haines, Alaska.
All prints are made locally in Vancouver, BC.
This is an inkjet print transferred to a substrate-coated aluminum panel by a dye-sublimation process, creating a sleek and durable product with brilliant colours, crisp contrast, and archival longevity.
A 5/8" subframe is integrated with the back of the panel and arrives ready to hang. A deeper backer or additional outer frame are available on request.
Archival Photographic Paper
Prints on photographic paper offer unparalleled image quality. Each photo has been matched to the print process and paper type that best suits the image.
Chromogenic prints are made using a Lightjet printer and archival silver halide photographic papers.
Giclée prints are made using an Inkjet printer, pigment-based inks, and archival Lasal Exhibition Luster photographic paper.
Paper prints will require framing prior to installation - it is recommended to coordinate with your local framer upon receiving the print. Prints can also be delivered directly to a frame shop of your choice.