Here are the answers I get asked most frequently. If you can’t find what you are looking for, please contact me and I will get back to you.

How do the prints look in the interior?

 Here are some of the photos from a condo in Boca Raton. These are two 40×60″ archival color fine art prints.

What print sizes do you offer?

 I have some standard sizes: 11×16″, 16×24″, 24×30″, 30×40″, and 40×60″. I can provide pricing for custom sizes if you let me know your desired dimensions. 

What is your pricing?

 Pricing depend on your needs. The photographs can be on fine art paper with mat and framing or they can be on canvas. If you have some other preferences, I can let you know if that can be done. Please email me for the current pricing.

Where do you print?

I have a great lab in Los Angeles where I do all of my prints and framing. These guys have a great quality of work and I’m always happy with the results.

On what kind of paper do you print?

I only use the best fine art paper. I have looked around for many options, but the one I’m using is the one I like the most. It’s called Moab Entrada Rag. It’s 100% cotton rag paper with a smooth matte surface texture. It’s archival and both acid and lignin free. It has an expanded color gamut with excellent image sharpness. It feels great in the hands. I also print on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag, which is outstanding as well. Click here to view the detailed specifications of this amazing fine art paper.

Do you print on anything else besides fine art paper and canvas?

I have several additional options available. Please let me know your preferences and I will let you know if that can be done. I am pretty flexible and always try to find a solution that works.

Do you shoot in color as well?

Yes, many of my photos can be done in color as well. A new series in color will be up on the website in the upcoming weeks. I prefer to work in black and white, but my color prints have a great vibe to them too. Many of my photos on Instagram are in color and I have large demo prints to show how they look.

Do you sign the prints?

Yes, all of my prints are signed by me and numbered. I believe it’s not just about producing unlimited number of prints, but also about adding the investment value. I visit the print lab to sign the prints before they get framed. Each print is in the limited edition of 100 with 5 artist proofs. Each print is accompanied with a COA (Certificate of Authenticity). Two holograms are provided for each print, one on the back side of the print and another one on the certificate itself.

What is the lead time for printing and shipping?

Typically it ranges from 5-10 business days. It takes longer because I start with the smaller sample to see how the photo will print in a particular size. If everything looks great, then the main print is done. Because of the spacial coating it takes about 3-5 days to finish the print. Then it gets framed and is ready to ship.

What are the framing options

If you want a fine art print, I frame it with 4″ mat border (no mat for prints larger than 30″ on the longer side). The frames are made with Italian wood and covered with the finest acrylic paint. There is a variety of frames. Usually I stick with two: one for smaller prints and a little bigger one for larger prints.

Can I purchase unframed prints?

Yes, no problem. I actually prefer to do the unframed prints. It is much better for the shipping (no worries about getting broken glass) and also for choosing the best frame for each print. I work with the interior designers who prefer to get the artwork printed and delivered to them unframed so they can think through the framing for specific interiors.

How do you package prints for shipping?

Unframed prints smaller than 16″ on the long side are shipped flat. Larger prints are shipped in the tubes. The tubes have a great level of protection. Larger prints are considered freight and UPS defines the special pricing for that.

How can I order the print?

If you see the photograph you like, you can save the image or screenshot and email me with the print preferences: material, sizes, framing, shipping info. I will get back to you with the pricing and delivery date estimate. If everything looks good, you confirm the details and pay the invoice. After that I get to the printing process. In a few weeks after that you will receive your beautiful print!