How to Order Prints
Preserve memories of one of life’s most special events with beautiful prints. There are three ways to order prints:
- Online when viewing your online gallery. Wedding guests please obtain the passcode from the bride and groom.
- Email at firstname.lastname@example.org (or via Contact page).
- Phone at 201-541-1166 with the photo ID numbers from the back of your proofs.
The first four digits of the ID number are all that’s needed. For example, the first photo in your proofs may be something like 0001-IMG-9305.jpg — for that photo I would just need the 0001.
Types of Prints
|1. Proofs. Proofs are the 4×6″ prints that are included with some of my services, or offered as an add-on. All Proofs receive basic adjustments for brightness, color and contrast. Proofs are printed as a batch and cannot be ordered individually. Proofs are generally uncropped. Traditionally, “proofs” were not final prints but rather small trial prints for making selections and corrections before final printing.||2. Standard Prints. Standard Prints receive the same basic adjustments as Proofs, but are available in various sizes and can be ordered individually. They are printed on Kodak Endura paper. Standard prints are less expensive than Custom Prints and are perfect for photos that require no retouching. Cropping is available.|
|3. Custom Prints. Custom Prints are recommended for all portraits. Retouching is included in the cost of each print and typically removes blemishes, reflections, eyeglass glare, facial shine and stray hairs. These prints may also have further refinements such as dodging and burning. They are printed on Fuji Professional Luster paper. Cropping is available.||4. Fine Art Prints. These are the most expensive option. I make Fine Art Prints personally using archival carbon-based inks, and sign each one on the back. I can choose from papers in various tones and textures. Fine Art Prints are more sensitive to handling, but less sensitive to light. When matted and framed, they are the longest-lasting. Fine Art Prints are currently not available via the online gallery, but may be ordered by phone or email.|
Updated: July 2014