LIMITED EDITION PRINT FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Limited Edition means a pre-determined number of prints will only ever be created of this image. I personally produce all aspects of my Limited edition Prints and only use the worlds finest mediums and production methods. The results are stunning works of art.
As I offer a highly personalised service to clients where I create artworks specifically for their space pricing is managed offline. To start this process simply contact me with the image you are interested in.
I have selected print media’s which I believe represent the very finest in quality materials available today. Additionally I use only the best production methods and personally produce and sign off on every print. Because of this my prints are designed to be able to be passed down through generations. We always recommend taking normal precautions such as hanging your valued artwork away from direct sunlight.
Absolutely No. The edition size of each print is absolute and there will never be any additional prints made of any image once it has sold out in it’s entirety.
Richard uses two different formats of panoramic film camera – a 6 x 12 cm and 6 x 17 cm – which account for the slight differences in image ratio. With photographs captured on digital camera’s stitching can create different image ratio’s also.
As Limited Edition Prints are made to order I recommend allowing three weeks for customised artworks. If you need your artwork sooner please contact me and I will try by best to accommodate your time-frame.
Limited Edition Artworks are produced in total edition sizes ranging from 25 through to 250.
Detailed care, handling and hanging instructions are provided with your print as well as recommended framing instructions for self framing.
As a general rule it is highly recommended for print longevity that your print not be hung in direct sunlight.
TOURS FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The tours are designed for anyone wanting to learn new skills in photography and venture to some truly outstanding scenery. But also we have designed them to be about discovery and finding inspiration in the outdoors. These really are fantastic (sometimes) life changing experiences.
For most of the tours a medium level of fitness will be fine. There is some moderate walking required along the way but nothing too excessive.
You should be familiar with the basic operations of a DSLR camera. Regardless of your skill level you will learn and experience new and exciting things.
You will learn new technical functions of your camera in manual mode and have plenty of opportunity to practice new leanings. However my tours are also designed to get you to understand and start to see photographic opportunities in the natural environment, read natural light, challenge traditional composition and generally think of landscape photography in new and exciting ways.
We have a dedicated site with much more information – please visit www.inspirephototours.co.nz