Epson Hot Press Bright archival paper is a 100% cotton rag media with bright smooth matte finish. This is a beautiful paper, but rather sensitive, so utmost care is needed when handling. I do recommend taking the print directly to a reputable framer or have the print shipped directly to your preferred framer.
Matte prints come with a fine art border.
Best suited for classic framing behind glass or lighter weight plexiglass.


Epson Legacy Baryta is a traditional baryta paper with a white, smooth satin finish. This paper delivers the look and feel of the revered silver halide F-surface darkroom papers and will provide excellent image permanence and is one of the most archivally stable photographic papers.
Available with a border or full bleed unless specifically mentioned.
Best suited for classic framing behind glass or lighter weight plexiglass.

Ultra Premium Photo Paper Luster is one of Epson's highest performing photo papers. Features the same Luster E surface (orange peel) of traditional silver halide prints
printed without border unless otherwise specified, only used for mounting to Aluminum, Dibond or under Acrylic Glass. 
(Actual size of a full bleed image will vary depending on ratio of original).

40 x 60 Inch Prints and larger only available on photographic paper.

All prints are printed with the latest archival pigment inks, lasting 100 + years in ideal locations


is provided which includes title, location and date of capture, date of printing, size along with signature, edition number and embossing.

Matte prints are signed, numbered and embossed, photographic paper prints come with a signed sticker that is to be placed on the back of mounting.


A 30 day money back guarantee if not satisfied with print (shipping excluded). 

Print(s) must be in original condition & packaging.

Prices may change at any time and increase as editions sell - All prices are in Canadian Dollars.


How will it look in your space?

I personally oversee all  printing and

I am also happy to place the print into your space similar to the sample images under 3D rendering, where we can explore what type of framing or mounting works best.  All I need is a straight on snapshot of the wall and surrounding