Fine Art Prints

I am pleased to offer high quality photographic prints of the images on this website. Prints can be ordered directly from each photo's page in the individual galleries and collections of this site. Simply click on an image, and then beneath the image, select the desired size. Then click on "Add to Cart," and "checkout" when ready. If you have questions, or would rather discuss by phone before purchasing, please contact me using the contact form here, or by clicking on the contact link at the bottom of each page.

Prints are available in a variety of sizes, ranging from 12" x 18" up to 60" wide. The size options for a given image depend on both the aspect ratio of that image (e.g., whether it is a standard 2x3 ratio, like a typical 35mm image, or more of a panoramic format), the capability of the camera at the time the image was made (sensor technology has improved tremendously in the last decade!), and other circumstances related to the image capture itself. I will only print images that are consistent with the high levels of quality and image detail that I expect, and will let you know if, as a result, certain sizes for certain images may not be recommended.

Fine Art Prints. These prints are museum-quality, made with archival inks, and printed on fine art photographic paper. They show amazing detail. Prints are available unframed, leaving you the flexibility to have them framed to best suit your taste and decor. I am also happy to discuss framing options and pricing, or even the possibility of printing on other surfaces (metal or acrylic), if that would be of interest.


Traditional fine art prints are created using a premium fine art photographic paper made by Canson Infinity. Canson Platine Fibre Rag is a luster paper with a semi-gloss surface that helps to preserve details and display vibrant colors. It is my favorite paper for a broad variety of color images. The prints are made on professional Canon printers, using a twelve-color Lucia Pro pigmented ink set that covers a wide color gamut and ensures the prints will last for many, many years (assuming they are well cared for and displayed away from direct sunlight).

The print-only option affords you the most flexibility in terms of mounting and framing and is also the most affordable. The prints are not mounted or framed. This gives you the option of bringing your prints to your local frame shop to have them matted and framed exactly as you would like, best matching your personal style and surrounding decor.

Prints are typically shipped via UPS Ground shipping, with a tracking number. Prints up to 20" x 30" are shipped flat; larger prints arrive rolled loosely in a heavy-duty art tube for maximum protection. They usually arrive within two - three weeks from the time of order. The cost of shipping within the United States is included in the overall price of the print -- there is no additional charge.


Black & white images are printed by Digital Silver Imaging, a fine art photographic printer in Massachusetts. The DSI Digital Silver Prints® are real silver gelatin (silver halide), black & white prints, on a baryta fiber based paper, or a premium RC based paper. DSI Digital Silver Prints® are made from the fusion of modern digital technology and traditional exposure/chemical printing. The printers use a photographic laser printer to expose light sensitive Ilford silver gelatin paper; the exposed paper is then processed in traditional liquid photo chemistry. These prints have a great neutral image tone, without color cast, and proven archival superiority. They yield beautiful rich tones and shadow detail, and in my experience this process is the best available in the market today for black & white images.

    Although the printing process starts with a digital image, it is quite different from the ink jet printing that is typically used today -- indeed, it is best to think about this process as the modern equivalent of the traditional darkroom process, but using a digital negative. The process itself involves more time and effort than ink jet printing and is therefore more expensive and takes slightly more time. Nonetheless, you should still have the finished product within 2-3 weeks of placing your order.


    At the moment, all prints are offered as "Open Edition" prints that are available to collectors in an unlimited number. As you probably know, some artists also offer Limited Edition artwork that is hand-signed and numbered by the photographer (e.g., 4 of 12, signifying that the total quantity of prints of that image to be produced will be limited to 12).

    Since I have only recently decided to make prints available for purchase, and because I would like to keep them more affordable (limited edition prints often command a premium), all of my prints are Open Edition. I am, however, very proud of each image I produce, and want to ensure that each print is made to the highest quality possible today, with the appropriate attention to detail. As a result, each print will be accompanied by a custom label, signed and titled by me, and affixed to the back of the print. If you have a different signing preference, please let me know.


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    As noted above, all print orders are currently shipped free within the United States. Typical fulfillment times are 2-4 weeks, but can vary depending on the time of year and my travel and shooting schedule.


    I am confident that you will be pleased with the quality of your fine art prints. Each is produced with the finest printers, papers and inks available today, with great attention to detail, not only in the making of the image itself, but in its printing and presentation. If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, please contact me as soon as possible so that we can discuss any concerns you may have.

    Please note:

    • Jim Waterbury Photography will not reimburse the outgoing or return shipping charges unless the return is due to a defect in quality.
    • Refunds will not be given for prints damaged due to neglectful storage or using improper cleaning methods. The prints should always be stored or displayed in a dry room out of direct sunlight.


    To purchase a fine art print of any photograph in my collections, simply browse the galleries. Each gallery has a set of images, including information about each photograph, and the images can be viewed with captions, as a grid, or full screen. Prints can be ordered directly from each photo's page in the individual galleries and collections. Simply click on an image, and then beneath the image, using the drop-down menu, select the desired size. Then click on "Add to Cart," and "checkout" when ready. If you have a question, or would rather discuss by phone before purchasing, please contact me using the link on each page. Also please let me know if you would prefer a custom print size, or different presentation options. I'm happy to work with you to create the perfect print for your needs.

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