Owning a Desert Horse Image
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If you desire to own a Desert Horse image you can rest assured that you will be personally taken care of. Each print will be custom made through a high quality process at the time your order is placed...not pulled off a shelf in the back room. You will receive your print on archival paper. It will be mounted on foam core, double matted (always an inner matte of a complimentary color and outer matte of a neutral color) , and signed. It will also be protected with shrink-wrap and insured for loss or damage in shipping. (Please read about 'Giclee on canvas' to learn about the exception to the rule on mounting and matting.)
Framing will be the only thing left to be done when you receive it. It will be to your advantage that way, as you will be able to more closely match your frame to the color scheme and decor in your home or office.
Enjoy your visit, and feel free to send any comments or questions through the 'Contact' link. I'll personally respond to you.
Matte and High-gloss Finishes
Lambda printing gives the highest resolution on the market today. Using continuous tone digital technology, photographic display graphics are produced by transferring images directly from computer generated digital files to reflective photographic materials without the need of a negative. Within the equipment there are three lasers...red, green, and blue, which are merged into a single beam that simultaneously exposes the photographic material, producing the image in a single pass. The photographic material is then processed in the same manner as traditional photography by developing in a 'wet' film processor. By using the lasers, the total image is crisp and precise edge to edge, with no distortion. All of this means that the quality of a Lambda print will be unsurpassed in terms of clarity, sharpness, and color saturation.
Matte, or High-gloss?
If the wall location for your artwork is by a window with direct sunlight hitting it I would suggest a matte finish to prevent glare.
If the spot you have chosen is not in direct sunlight then either matte or high-gloss will work just fine.
In either case I always suggest clear glass when you have your artwork framed, as opposed to 'non-glare' glass or plexiglass...which somewhat diminishes color and sharpness.