Nov 24, 2014

Taking Care of Museum Quality Fine Art Photography Prints and Investment

Museum quality fine art photography prints are created on acid-free papers with archival inks to guarantee that your prints last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. Matte  paper is long-lasting and versatile. It's ideal for high contrast and crisp reproductions. Glossy finish shows off your photo art with luxuriant depth and vivid colors. My limited signed edition collection prints are printed on museum quality LightJet Fuji paper that last longer than a lifetime. I work with a local photo lab in Massachusetts that provides these high quality, long lasting fine art prints and where I can stop by, and discuss the final prints. Please Contact Me direct for pricing and delivery of limited signed edition photography artworks.

With the appropriate care, photography prints will last for years, so you can fully enjoy and appreciate the artwork for many years to come: 

1. Dust your photos print with a clean, soft cloth to prevent dust build up. Do not wipe dust spots of with your fingers as it will be very abrasive and scratchy to the surface of your Photography Art.
2. Do not use any cleaning products or water since the chemicals may permanently damage your photography prints.

3. Avoid blowing on your prints because you may inadvertently leave water droplets and marks on your fine art photography prints. 

4. Keep your fine art prints out of direct sunlight because it may fade or crack your Art Prints. Consider rotating prints in direct sunlight locations to minimize impact.

5. Note that ultraviolet light from many fluorescent lamps may cause damage to your photographs due to alteration of the chemical molecule bonds in inks and chemicals used throughout the picture printing process.

6. Do not exhibit your photo prints in areas where dust and pollutants are dominant as those environmental conditions may lead to damage in form of discoloration, e.g. cigarette smoke, motor exhausts, smog, fresh paint. 

7. Avoid hanging your photo art in places with great fluctuations in moisture and temperature as it may enhance growth of mold and mildew resulting in significant damage or loss of your Fine Art Photography investment. Do not hang your artwork above heaters or fireplaces.

8. Avoid touching the surface of your fine art print with your hands or fingers because the oil in the skin can cause long term damage.  

Interested in limited signed edition fine art prints ~ please Contact Me direct for pricing and delivery.
Good light and happy photo making! 

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