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Last Light in the Desert
Death Valley National Park, California
The last light of the day on mountains inside Death Valley National Park. Photo © copyright by Nolan Nitschke.
Using the latest in printing technology, the photograph is infused directly into aluminum sheets and comes ready to hang! Metal prints have incredible depth, vibrancy, and clarity. They are extremely durable, scratch resistant, archival, and very easy to clean.
Limited Edition HD Acrylic
For the serious art collector! HD Acrylics are the highest quality photographic prints available. Unparalleled in its longevity (archival for over 125+ years), sharpness of details, and superior display. These are Limited Editions prints with only 25 Edition Prints ever made. Comes ready to hang!
*High Quality Framing Options Available. Please inquire.
Master Edition HD Acrylic
The ultimate in Luxury Photographic Display! Using the same printing technology as the HD Acrylic, I personally hand sign and supervise the printing and creation of the imaging while adding a 1/8" Scratch Proof and Reflection Free TruLife Acrylic and an Italian Hand Crafted Roma Recessed Frame. Limited to only 5 Edition prints and sizes 40x60, 48x72, and 60x90 and longer panoramic sizes.
Lustre Endura Prints have excellent archival display life with a slight gloss which gives richer prints than Matte papers and has a slightly pebbled texture. Each paper print comes ready for the matting and framing of your choice.
Lustre Endura Paper Print matted with acid free matte and backing ensure durability and archival life. Matted Prints are hand signed in the bottom right corner of the print and can easily fit into a frame of your choosing.
Fine Art Giclee Canvas are printed directly onto museum quality canvas using high quality archival inks and coated with laminate for UV and waterproof protection. The canvas is then wrapped around a wooden stretcher frame and are mirrored on the sides. These are a great alternative to traditional printing and framing and come ready to hang.