Business Printing & Framing

Instructions For The Hanging, Exhibition, And Care Of Fine Art

I made three documents to be included in the Certificate of Authenticity package. Nancy has since pointed out that one would need them before receiving their certificate. Consequently, we now give them to our customers when they buy a limited-edition print of any of Nancy’s images. All of our customers who have previously purchased an […]


We Will Be Testing A New Medium

At this weekend’s Winter Park festival, we will have our first image done in acrylic. This is a 16″ by 24″ print of “Trees In Their Twilight”, which we printed on Red River 66 lb Polar Pearl Metallic paper and sent to Best Acrylic Mounting. Although this is the first time we’ve used Best Acrylic […]

Business Photography

Check Out Our New F(requently) A(sked) Q(uestions) Page

I’ve just published our answers to what may be the most common questions we get asked as photographers at art festivals. The questions include: What’s the best camera for nature and wildlife photography? So if the brand is not important, what is? Which lens do you recommend? Is the full-size sensor really better? Which picture […]

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A Better Way To Keep Your Mat Cutter Square

I have a faster and more accurate way to make sure my Logan Model 660 Framers Edge mat cutter is square. And this technique does not use a carpenter’s square. The procedure should be adaptable to other mat cutters also. I explain how in the article “Keeping Your Squaring Arm Square”. The article is now […]