My photo prints of the Disney theme parks or other destinations will look great hanging in your house, office, restroom, or jail cell. To order prints,Â go to my photo gallerysÂ and find a photo you want, then click the green “Buy” button and select the option you want. I recommend starting out with the My Best Photos gallery. As the name implies, that’s where I put my photos that I think are the best ones!
I recently changed print labs to BayPhoto, which is a professional photography lab located in California. These prints are incredibly high quality–not the cheap stuffÂ you’d get at Wal-Mart or CVS. BayPhoto has lab pros who expertly supervise the entire process and do hand color correction on each print. Their quality is second to none. The downside to this is that their prints are more expensive, but you get what you pay for.
As always, if you don’t want to purchase prints, you are more than welcome to download certain photos from Flickr for freeÂ and print them yourself (or use them as desktop backgrounds, screensavers, etc.). Presently, this is the only way to download digital copies of my photos. There’s a good selection of photos there, but not everything available for print is available there. This is done intentionally. Sales of prints help support this site, as well as help pay for photography equipment and other costly expenses. I hope you understand.
Only certain styles and sizes of prints are available. For example, only lustre is available for basic prints. This is because lustre is the best of both glossy and matte. As for my pick for what looks best, I’m partial to the ThinWraps. You can read more about how BayPhoto does these ThinWraps here, but it’s a great way to display photos without frames. These look sleek and modern as they appear to float off the wall. They’re really sharp. Plus, no framing costs!Â Â Likewise, the floating metal prints are very eye-catching, but I’d only recommend these for certain photos. Specifically, ones with a lot of rich, deep color.
A lot of thought has gone into the styles available, so if you have any questions about what will look good, please contact me.Â Quality is important, and I want these photos to look great on your wall!
In my opinion, here are some of photos I think will look the best on regular, light-colored walls. Click on any of these photos to go to its gallery page (or go directly to the gallery and browse).
Hope that answers any questions you have about prints of my photos. If you want to know more about using my photos on your blog, website, or downloading them for whatever other purpose, visit my photo usage page.
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