Frequently Asked Questions
Why are there different/similar sizes for each print?
Prints that are created from 35mm film and Digital-SLR are an '8x12' format and if you choose an 8x10 print of a 35mm or D-SLR some horizontal cropping would occur. Conversely prints that are created from Large Format 4x5 transparencies are an '8x10' format and if you were to choose an 8x12 print of a 4x5 transparency some vertical cropping would occur. We try wherever possible to only provide prints in 'matching' formats to the original image format.
Can I order different print sizes than the standard sizes offered?
Yes, you can request a Custom Print Order by email or phone, we will quote a price based on the dimensions and the selected image.
Why are some of the photos available in larger sizes than others?
Large Format 4x5 transparences can be enlarged much more than 35mm film or Digital-SLR images producing detail not possible from the much smaller 35mm film/Digital-SLR images.
Can I order prints larger than the standard sizes offered?
Yes, Large Custom Print Orders are available by special request, we will quote a price based on the size requested. However, it will depend on the image and the original format as to how much it can be enlarged.
Payment Methods, Processing Time, Shipping, Packaging & Return Policy?
Please see our Terms of Purchase for more information.
Are there any restrictions on my use of the Fine Art Photography Prints for Sale prints that I purchase?
Yes. While Fine Art Photography Prints for Sale offers great freedoms and a wide ranges of uses, the prints are only to be used for display purposes in homes, businesses or institutions. All images are ©Copyrighted and should not be re-produced in any way. The images are not to be used in any form of marketing, either in their original print format or scanned and reproduced for such purposes. We do not allow the redistribution of our prints, or allow the use of our images within products that are mass distributed in any type of format. If you would like to use our images for any purpose other than display, please contact us for an image licensing contract and pricing.
What is the difference between the Papers?
The combination of HP Vivera pigment inks and HP Premium Gloss / Premium Satin papers or Hahnemühle Photo Rag Pearl 320 fine art paper produce archival, museum quality prints with outstanding durability and longevity.
For more detailed information, go to the About the Prints page.
Who is Wilhelm Imaging Research, Inc?
Wilhelm Imaging Research conducts research on the stability and preservation of traditional and digital color photographs and motion pictures. The company publishes brand name-specific permanence data for desktop and large-format inkjet printers and other digital printing devices. They also provide consulting services to museums, archives, and commercial collections on sub-zero cold storage for the very long term preservation of still photographs and motion pictures.
Can I submit photos to sell on your website?
Right now the only photos that we sell are the ones taken by Fine Art Photography Prints for Sale and it's partners. In the future we may consider this.