All photographic prints are giclée printed on quality 310gsm Ilford photographic paper using pigment inks which are guaranteed not to fade within 75 years. The term “giclée” is derived from the French for “spray” and was first coined by Jack Duganne, a printmaker, to represent an inkjet-based digital print used as fine art. To qualify for the title of a “giclée print” it should be made on archival quality coated paper, and printed with pigment based archival inks, which are UV stable. The Fine Art Trade Guild has set minimum standards for a giclee print – it must score 6 or greater on the Blue Wool Scale for light fastness, and be between 7pH – 10pH, on a minimum substrate of 250gsm.
When ordering as a ‘print only’ the photograph can be supplied in two ways.
- Supplied within a double sided 2mm ‘vanilla’ coloured mount and protected by a polyurethane sleeve – ready for you to frame.
- Supplied with no mount, rolled and presented in a protective tube ready for you to mount and place in your own frame.
To order a mounted print of any galleried image please use the contact form below.
If you would like a framed print made to order then please contact me to discuss your requirements and frame costs. Prints are presented in a mount and then placed within an ‘obeche’ wood frame. Obeche wood is a natural looking quality wood taken from a West African tree – commissioned for Anthony Blake Photography and made by a Dorset based framer to exhibition standard. The frames come in three finishes: limed, natural and dark wood. Please note, frames are bespokely made to special order.
All the gallery images are available as prints and can only be purchased from Anthony Blake Photography. If you are looking for a particular image and it cannot be found through the website search option please contact me.
Tel : 07710 400586
email@example.com or use the contact form below