The Domes of Rome / Kodak Professional Endura Lustre Paper
Domes of the churches Santa Maria di Loreto (left) built in the 16th century and Santissimo Nome di Maria (right) built in the 18th century.
This print is unmatted and unframed. Mounting options such as canvas, wraps, metal, standouts, styrene and foam are available through custom order.
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© Jessica Sartelli
4-7 business days
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Any prints you order will be on the paper type specified in the listing and will be the dimensional size specified in the listing unless you request otherwise. Different paper types are available upon request and some photographs may be available in different sizes. Standard prints are not matted, not framed, and not bordered unless otherwise specified per listing. Requested paper types or print sizes, as well as matting and mounting, canvas prints, metal prints, greeting cards, post cards, etc. are all available through custom order. Please feel free to contact me with special requests or questions to discuss and I'll get in touch with you as soon as possible.
The acid-free archival papers I currently work with are:
Ilford True B&W
(black and white matte finish)
Kodak Professional Endura Metallic
(pearlescent look glossy finish)
Kodak Professional Endura Glossy "F-Surface"
(standard glossy finish)
Kodak Professional Endura Lustre "E-Surface"
(traditional semi-gloss finish with fine grain pebble texture)
All prints are shipped in an acid-free archival clear bag for protection and I recommend continued storing of the print in this sealed bag until you intend to display it. All prints are made using acid-free archival papers which should last a lifetime with proper handling and care. Avoid touching the print surface directly with bare fingertips and avoid direct sunlight unless UV protection is provided by your display method.