Choosing a print type
Printing on aluminum brings a lifelike, iridescent sheen to this photograph, and my recommendation is the clear base with gloss finish. The clear base means that the whites in the photograph will be the silvery light grey of the aluminum itself, which can make the overall brightness of the photo slightly darker in low light viewing settings. For best results, hang your print in a room with plenty of light. Please view the video of the print for an idea of how the print will look with the clear base and gloss finish. For brighter whites that look better in lower lighting situations, choose the white base. Please contact me with any questions you might have.
About the collection
This fine art photograph is part of the Maine Seaside collection, an ongoing Maine photography series shot throughout coastal Maine. Want to see more? View the other photographs in this series. Be the first to know when new photos are available by joining the email list.
Standout gallery mount included
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Sizing comparison and edition information
All but the smallest sizes of my photographs are limited edition, meaning that once the last print in an edition has been sold, no other prints at that size will be sold. All limited edition prints come with a signed certificate of authenticity which notes the edition number. If you’d like to know the edition number of a photograph you’re interested in purchasing, please contact me and I’ll be happy to let you know! The smallest sizes of my photographs are sold as open edition, meaning there is no limit to the number of prints that can be sold of them.