Limited Edition Prints

    Gallery Series prints are produced from images which exist only as digital files
created by Bart Everett. These digital files are captured in raw format using Canon
professional cameras and lenses. They are then processed individually by Bart
Everett in Adobe Photoshop using methods analogous to those traditionally
employed in chemical darkrooms. The Adobe RGB (1998) color gamut is used
throughout, from capture to final print.

    Each Gallery Series print is numbered, signed and dated, and each carries a
signed certificate of authenticity verifying the image, its print number and the edition
size.

    These prints preserve the 2:3 aspect ratio of the original capture, thus eliminating
any need for cropping. The current edition comprises 10- by 15-inch images printed
by the artist on Hahnemühle’s Lumijet White Velvet, an acid-free, archival paper
designed for fine art inkjet prints, using an Epson Stylus Pro 3800 inkjet printer with
Epson Ultrachrome K3 pigment inks. The prints are sprayed with a protective
coating, mounted behind 16- by 20-inch archival antique white mats and backed with
acid-free foam board.
    
    Preliminary print permanence ratings by Wilhelm Imaging Research, Inc.,
indicate that prints produced in this fashion will resist noticeable fading or changes
in color balance for up to 200 years or longer, depending on display and/or storage
methods.

    
While the images displayed on the web are necessarily of low resolution, the
actual print resolution is much higher, typically around 285 dpi.
If you are for
any reason displeased with a print, you may return it for a full refund.