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All Resolution prints are signed by the artist and are created utilizing a state-of-the-art, pigment based giclée process. We feature Hahnemühle fine-art papers and Epson Ultrachrome K3 pigment-based inks. This results in vibrant images that are highly resistant to both gas and UV fading.  In fact Resolution Photography prints are rated for up to a 108 year display life on fine-art papers before significant fading or color shifts occur.¹

Resolution Photography uses a color balanced workflow to obtain the most accurate and realistic shades and tones.  However, variations in paper contrast and monitor calibration can result in a print that looks significantly different from what you see on our website. Please call or send us an e-mail for more details on our process.

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Editorial Policy: "Are those colors real?" At Resolution Photography, we believe that artistic integrity is a key component in maintaining the value of photography as an art form.

Photography Workflow: Interested in the workflow we use for capturing, managing, and printing our images? Look at this flowchart to see the details!

Camera Resolution: How much is enough? As camera manufacturers keep raising the bar in terms of megapixel resolution, how much difference can we see in actual prints?  Do higher megapixel camera result in better pictures? You may be surprised by the result of our testing.

Price List: How much does a particular print cost? Does it come with a mat or a frame? Take a look at our current price list to find out.

Prime Focus Astrophotography Primer: Learn what is involved in creating an astronomical photograph such as those seen on this web site; what equipment is required, how is it use, what are the basic steps in capturing an image.

¹Based upon tests conducted by Wilhelm Imaging Research of Ultrachrome K3 inks and papers similar to Hahnemühle Photo Rag.  See Wilhelm Research for details. Display life assumes that prints will be framed under glass.


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