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I will have big news within the next week about my latest album options — Signature Series handmade albums, printed and bound by hand featuring archival pigment prints in one-of-a-kind casings. Every detail about these books is made to order, making each book absolutely unique. I should have at least two new samples at the Joy Dream Wedding Show at the Marriott in Fort Wayne on Sunday, November 15. More news and photos right here soon.
As addendum to my post about revisiting my earlier fine art work, I’ve created a gallery in which selected images are now available for purchase, in formats from note cards to framed prints. All are produced individually using archival materials. Please take a look: Fine Art Prints
I can’t believe it’s been a month since I’ve posted — I’ve been working hard to finish up websites for all of the summer weddings. The big news is that, effective immediately, I am making all of my prints in house rather than outsourcing to a traditional photolab. All prints (both standard photographic prints and matted and framed art prints) will now feature premium papers and archival pigment-based inks. Accelerated tests predict that these images will show no signs of fading or color shift for 200 years under normal display conditions! This comes with absolutely no quality concessions — in fact the wide gamut prints are superior in sharpness and tonal range to the prints that I used to make by hand in my own darkroom. I am excited not only to offer museum quality prints to my couples and families, but also to return to making fine art prints of my own personal work. Stay tuned for more info.
Also “in the news” — I will be posting a tutorial video this week which will show the features of the individual wedding websites, which couples can use to show off photos to family and friends as well as order albums and prints. There are some great features to the site format that are not necessarily obvious at first glance. Again, stay tuned…