Prints are made with the high resolution files that I’ve supplied to my Fine Art America store.  They ship everywhere that Fedex or UPS delivers. One reason that I use FAA – they have printing plants throughout the world. This means that they can ship to Europe (for example) at reasonable costs.

Orders are filled through the Fine Art America store.

Prints ship within 3 – 4 business days after you place your order.

  • Please note – even if you select “overnight” as your shipping method, we still need the time (above) to actually print, assemble, and package your order. Everything at Fine Art America is printed and manufactured “on demand”. We don’t have any pre-made products sitting on our shelves

When you place a print order, I am notified that a sale was made, but I am not notified with your name or address or any financial information.  So if you have a question for me – pre-sale or after sale, please contact me directly.

If you are ordering black and white prints, the best paper choice is Lustre.  “Best” means that in my view Lustre paper is closest to vintage photographic look.

You have a complete 100% satisfaction money-back guarantee .  That means that within a month of receiving your print(s) you can return them to FAA for any reason.
Start Here with Questions about Orders: Fine Art America FAQ page.

If you’re not sure what frames, mats or paper to choose, I’d suggest the following for the black and white photographs:

1. Paper: Premium Lustre is closest to classic style fiber prints

2. Mats: Mat borders really depend on a lot of factors, but at least 2 inches of border is good around the print. Matting protects the edges of the prints, and helps the print to stand out. The arctic white mat or very white mat are commonly used.

3. I prefer the thin black metal frames but again – this is just a way to get started. And this is simply the simplest way to go. FAA makes it very easy to view the image in different frames and mat combinations. They even have an app for the iPhone that lets you view your images against pictures of your own walls.

A few screenshots to help you out.  Again – just starting points.