Last Leaves Award
Last Leaves Award. The Southampton International Salon 2017 awarded a Certificate of Merit in the Colour Print Category to the photograph entitled “Last Leaves of Autumn”. Four other photographs were also accepted.
You can buy a mounted copy of this print from my online shop using the link below.
I print these fine art photographs on Canson Infinity Baryta Photographique paper. Baryta Photographique offers the look and aesthetic of the original darkroom baryta print. It also complies with the ISO 9706 standard for maximum longevity.
I print on A3 paper and mount the photograph within a 50cm x 40cm bevel edged off white mount. You can also have different sizes, different mount colours or different paper finishes, just contact me for a quotation.
We always mount the prints on acid free mounting card with an acid free backing sheet. As a result, this should provide a print life of around 80 to 100 years under normal conditions. I use a 50 cm x 40cm mount for rectangular aspect photographs. However, I use a 40cm x 40cm mount for square aspect photographs.
I normally size the print to provide a border of approximately 50 – 60 mm around the photograph aperture. The bottom border is normally wider than the sides and will vary according to the dimensions of each photograph. We use Hayseed colour (off-white) with a black core. As a result, a black keyline is visible where the bevel edge is cut round the photograph aperture. The printed photograph will be sized to provide a white border approximately 7 mm wide around the photograph.
We recommend that you display your prints in a temperate environment, because extremes of temperature or humidity can cause buckling of the mount.
I can also supply this photograph printed on canvas mounted on a stretcher frame. I would be happy to discuss the options for canvas printing. Please use the contact form to discuss your requirements. A wide variety of sizes and textures are available.
We also offer a one-off licence for web or print publication. I would be happy to discuss your requirements on request.