Some typical Frequently Asked Questions with answers
Why doesn't my print look exactly like it does on my phone/ tablet/ computer
The prints use Hahnemühle Photo Rag fine art paper. This gives rich colour saturation and dense blacks. Like all printed pictures we see them with light reflected off their surface. This fine art paper is selected because of its premium quality but it will not give the same effect as a screen. Screens use transmitted light like the sun through a stained glass window but they also need to be frequently calibrated, frequently re-set to the correct brilliance and be viewed in a colour neutral environment to give perfect reproduction. What you see on screen should only be thought of as a guide to what the printed image could look like. We use profiling supplied by our printers to ensure the best possible match.
I can't find a print for a particular display space. Are there any more available?
these are the only Limited Edition prints Graham has available at the moment. As an active photographer Graham is continually updating his portfolio and some of these will be offered as Limited edition prints. If size is the issue, some of the current prints will be offered in a larger size if there is a demand.