The Wedding Of...
Christopher & Carmen
HOW TO ORDER
A $5.00 Shipping & Handling Charge will apply to all orders.
Special orders or orders out of state may incur a higher S&H charge. Your order will always indicate the charge, prior to your acceptance of any invoice.
- TO ORDER ON LINE -
State the image #, indicate BW, Sepia or Color, print size, quantity of each and send to
Your Order will be acknowledged and an Invoice will be sent via e-mail, through PayPal - a secure ordering system. You can then review your order for accuracy and pay on online with most major credit cards, in a few easy steps. Unless there are special requirements, orders are usually shipped within 3 working days, after the order has been paid.
Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed.
Standard Photo Prices
4x6: $7.00 - 5x7: $9.00 - 8x10: $16.00
Special Edition Prices
4x6: $9.00 - 5x7: $11.00 - 8x10: $22.00
4x4: $9.00 - 5x5: $11.00 - 6x6: $15.00
Special Edition Prints are cropped for composition. Most of them are in a 5x7 size or square. Please call for other sizes or special requirements.
- ABOUT IMAGES & SIZE -
All images are printed on standard 4x6, 5x7, 8.5x11 and 13x19 high quality, Canon Glossy Photo Papers.
Most images are cropped to fit these papers, so that all borders are equal. However, many images are cropped for best composition. In this case, images are still printed on standard paper, but the borders will not be equal. For example, an image may be cropped square, in which case the image will be 3-1/2" x 3-1/2 on 4x6 paper, 4-1/2" x 4-1/2" on 5x7 paper, etc. The images will still be attractive in standard frames. Photographs, which I personally produce for exhibitions, are always cropped for composition and therefore never fall into these "snapshot" sizes. If you have specific needs, please contact me, and I will work to produce what you require or need.
The Canon and Epson laser printers, die and/or pigment inks we use, are professional commercial printers and inks. These printers and inks are also used to produce fine art prints, accepted by such archival institutes as the Smithsonian. Depending upon the care taken, these photographs are expected to at least equal, if not excede chemical prints.