Fine Art Prints - FAQ
1. What is a fine-art print?
Fine art printing refers to professional photographs being printed on very high-quality paper (archival paper) using archival ink (pigment inks). The choice of archival paper and ink provides a high permanence to the prints and longetivity.
2. Do these prints have white borders around them?
Yes. Each print is made with a wide paper border. This is to serve the following purposes
3. How do you ship the prints? How are they packaged?
We ship prints through Blue Dart (or) FEDEX depending on the destination.
4. What are limited edition, open edition prints?
LIMITED EDITION - These prints are signed, numbered and available in only a limited quantity. Limited edition prints are limited to numbers of either 10 or 25 only, across all their respective available sizes. All limited edition prints are printed only on archival papers - Fine Art Media Glossy (Hahnemühle FineArt Pearl 285) (or) Fine Art Media Matt (Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Bright White).
5. Do you ship with frames?
No. Frames and mattes are more a personal choice and shipping them would also attract significant charges. However we can help assist with any queries or provide recommendations on frames.