About the Lumira Print you are ordering...


Each glossy Lumira Print begins as a traditional transparency--professional slide film--or as a raw digital file. (Chosen transparencies are scanned on an ICG digital drum scanner to convert them to digital files.) Photographs are then printed onto Fuji Crystal Archival Paper by a Chromira digital LED imager.

This printing method combines top digital technology with traditional photographic paper. Fuji Crystal Archival is a resin-based paper, unmatched in archival quality, considered the finest color photographic paper available and is the choice of professional photographers and commercial labs. Independent studies by Wilhelm Imaging Research show Crystal Archival the most fade-resistant photographic paper of all that are currently made, lasting six or seven decades before any noticeable fade; the nearest competing paper estimated to only last 15 to 20 years.

These Lumira prints, because they are digitally printed, have no image distortion, color shifts, or problems with edge-to-edge sharpness. These prints do not have the internegative loss of saturation and sharpness, and leave C prints--their traditional competition--looking threadbare and tired.

Each of my photographs I inspect, sign, and place in an Impact Images
clear polypropylene envelope for protection. They are shipped through the United States Post Office, priority, certified, and insured.

Prices
Small--------------------------- 5" x 7" print with 8" x 10" matte----------$38
Medium------------------------13.5" x 20" print------------------------------$95
Large---------------------------20" x 30" print-------------------------------$295

Packing and shipping---------------------$7.50, $10, $15 respectively

TO ORDER send your check or money order to:
Seth Kantner
P.O. Box 804
Kotzebue, Alaska 99752


Make checks payable to Seth Kantner. Be sure to include the name of the photograph that you would like to purchase, your email address, phone number and the address that you wish to have it sent to.

*Please handle your photograph as fine art: keep it flat against the cardboard I provide, in its protective plastic envelope, until at a professional frame shop. Matte and frame with acid-free archival materials and UV-protected glass.


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 2008 Seth Kantner