|Session Time||$100 first hour --- $50 each additional 30 minutes|
|Retouching||$25 per selected image|
|Location Setup||$75 each location --- waived for in photographer studio sessions|
For public and/or private locations that require permit fees, those fees are separate from the session rate.
Selected prints will be produced on Moab Lasal Exhibition Luster paper. Below is a description of this quality, gallery grade, heavy weight paper along with a sample of the pricing for a variety of print sizes. For added durability, prints may be produced using a 2mm thick styrene backing or 3/16 inch gatorfoam backing. Both are described below.
Canvases are produced on Lustre sheets with a glossy laminate and includes a 1/2 inch floating mount block for frameless wall hanging. Some canvas sizes allow for an additional easel as an option for table top display instead of wall mounting.
MOAB LASAL EXHIBITION LUSTER PAPER
Lasal Exhibition Luster is a true heavyweight, archival exhibition-quality, fine art luster paper. The paper is coated with the latest fourth-generation technology to produce an extra-wide color gamut never before seen in a luster paper. Named after the LaSal mountains, whose snowy peaks tower above Moab keeping watch on the canyon lands below, Lasal Exhibition Luster remains true to its namesake, incorporating many of the elements found in the surrounding Moab environment: pure crispy whites and deep, luscious colors. Gallery grade paper with 100+ year life expectancy.
2mm Styrene Backing
Styrene is a super smooth plastic mounting substrate that resists warping, making it an excellent choice for adding durability to prints of all sizes.
3/16 Inch Gatorfoam Backing
A very rigid, durable, and lightweight backing that will not warp.
|Image Size||Print Only||Print w/ Styrene||Print w/ Gatorfoam||Canvas Thin Wrap Floating Mount||Canvas Thin Wrap w/ Easel|
Additional custom sizes can be made available and will be reviewed during final image selection. Size selection considerations will include expected framing, location, cropping, matting, etc. in order to determine the most suitable recommended size.
Please refer to the FAQ section for additional information.