Frederick Stephenson Photography

Purchases

If you are interested in purchasing a print for non-commercial purposes, most of the images you see are available printed on paper sizes of 8 ½ by 11 inches, 11.7 by 16.5 inches, 13 by 19 inches, and on larger sized sheets as well. Panoramic images can be printed on a sheet 13 by up to 44 inches, and on larger sized sheets as well. Price depends almost entirely on the size you order, and ranges from $100.00 to $400.00. In all instances, the image you see on the web site is the image as it will be printed; the image will not be cropped to fit the paper. There will be a white border, both for mounting purposes, and because the image being printed may not be proportionate to the paper size. In the latter regard this may result in more white border in one dimension than in the other. All of the manufacturers of the materials I use claim longevity of well over 100 years if the print is UV protected, meaning displayed behind glass or otherwise protected, and kept out of direct sunlight.

If you are interested in usage of any image you see on this site in a commercial context, please contact me regarding your requirements. If you see images from a location which is of interest to you, but not quite what you want, there are often a number of images from that area which are not on the site, and which might meet your requirements. If you do not see any images from a location you are interested in, contact me, and I might have images, or I might be interested in shooting that location for stock purposes, giving you a right of exclusive review before publishing the images in exchange for the suggestion.

As a final note, there is significant variation in web browsers and in the computers they are running on, which may affect the quality of the images you view on this site. This is important only in that an image you may be interested in acquiring will not necessarily print exactly as it appears on your monitor. The positive comment is that in general you should assume that any image you are interested in will look at least as good printed as it appears on your monitor. (For those with a technical bent, optimal viewing of this site should occur with a calibrated monitor set to a resolution of 1280 x 1024 on a system running Safari.)