John Lehet at Boston Athenaeum Exhibit Opening
From a page on this site without a "pay with card" button (any of the "gallery" pages that list more than one photo) clicking on any photo or thumbnail photo will pop up a "lightbox" -- a floating image, including a link to the individual image's page (at the bottom of the "lightbox" image that photo's page will pop up with the click).
On the print's "feature" page, clicking on the image will deliver a higher resolution image, hidden away for the sake of page load speed. A blue button ("pay with card") to purchase a default size will be at the bottom of the page, but some other sizes will be available by clicking the "More Sizes, Vermont, Foreign Shipping" shipping below. Those options are hidden so the page is not cluttered. These are sizes I'm generally printing a given print, or can print it easily. Please email me if you'd like a different size not shown, and I'll let you know if I can pull a good print at that size.
Paper choice is generally mine, but again, let me know if you have some preference. I'm printing on high quality, archival Fine Art papers chosen based on how the print works with them. I'm currently using Canson Baryta Photo, Canson Edition Etching, Canson Rag Photographique, Canson Aquarella watercolor, Epson Hot Press Natural, and possibly a few other papers at times.
Satisfaction with any photo is covered by my guarantee. I will promptly give a full refund upon receiving the print back if you don't think the print is fantastic.
Shipping is included with the price of the print. For international orders, please use the appropriate button, which covers the additional shipping cost.
Prices shown are for printed-area. Prints are on larger paper than the size shown, to facilitate mounting and framing. Unless stated, prints are not matted, but check for smaller sized prints that are mounted and covered with archival rag mat to be ready to frame in standard sizes. In those cases the description in the buy button will state both the print size and mat size and say they are ready to frame. Let me know if you'd like to double check any size before ordering or discuss how an image will fit frame. I can also frame a print for you, but I'd really rather not ship a print with glass. Better for you to frame it on your end -- but I can do it if you need!
Please email me if you have any trouble with the cart system or any questions at all, or any requests. I carefully print each print each print myself using archival pigment inks and the fine art papers mentioned above. Don't hesitate to ask anything before or after ordering. The transaction system uses Stripe, which has an unassailable reputation for security. I never seen any of the credit card data, which is all processed on Stripe's back-end.
Prints are available to license for book covers, cd art, etc.
I add photos and change this site and organization very actively. If you check back weekly I'll promise there's a good chance of at least a new photo; I try images out on my Photo of the Week photo blog before they're officially here or for sale. Also prints are sometimes pulled to make room for new ones.
email me if you're interested in a an image in another size, if you want to talk about paper surface, or anything else I can do for you.
I don't like to ship framed prints (especially since I like to use relatively expensive glass), but I can ship matted prints as well as the default just-prints. I can try shipping framed and with glass, insured, if you'd really like that. Most of the matted prices you'll find with "buy" buttons on the site are for smallish bagged flip-bin sized prints and mats, usually up to 16 x 20 but mostly smaller. If you'd like a bigger print mounted and matted in archival rag mat board, please email me to request it. I always use acid free rag mat. I favor white or slightly-creamy-white, which is what I have in stock. I do that for consistency. Again, if you'd like to try something wild, like gray, let me know.
I have a page of some options for prints available in archival rag mats, but it's likely to be a little out of date vs what I actually have here. No matter. Let me know and I can mat something for you.
Some prints can also be viewed at Long River Gallery in White River Junction VT, an expanding number of League of NH Craft Galleries, and a few purchased online at Saatchi Art as well as this site.