Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Fine Art Maine Rock Landscape Photography "Hanging on the Red Line V" by Colorado Photographer Connie Dines

The slate stacked up on the shores of Maine, near the studio of Homer Winslow, are decorated with Virginia Creeper and shells lending a nice contrast to the hardness of the stone. 

  This print is printed on an archival pearl luster paper imparting a nearly metallic finish.
 The surface is carefully coated with a proprietary water-based, non-yellowing print varnish that has  been developed to protect and preserve fine art prints produced on pigment based inkjet printers.

  With high levels of UV inhibitors which enhance the color of pigmented and ultrachrome inks this  produces a beautiful clear coating for an unusual finish.



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