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Copper Beach Panoramic Art Print

Panoramic Art Prints: Beyond Here

Copper Beach Panoramic Art Print


Copper Beach Panoramic Art Print

from 25.00

Prints are made with museum-quality archival inks on heavyweight luster paper, which will provide you with a lifetime of enjoyment.

A hand-signed certificate of authenticity is included with every print.

The image size is the precise printed area of the photograph. The paper size is larger than the image size for ease of handling and framing.

Prints are shipped in truly bend-proof mailers within 2 business days. Jeff personally supervises the creation of every print. The prints are 100% guaranteed for quality.

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Questions & Answers

Is it possible to order a print that is larger than the sizes available above?

Yes, you are welcome to order a large custom-sized print. Get in touch with Jeff and he will be happy to work with your custom print order needs.

Can prints be made on custom surfaces such as canvas, metal, or acrylic glass?

Yes, advances in printing technology allow for an ever-growing array of new photographic print surfaces. Please contact Jeff to receive a custom quote for prints made on a surfaces other than traditional photo paper. The most common custom surfaces right now are canvas, brushed aluminum, acrylic glass, and plywood.

How does the 100% print quality guarantee work?

It's very simple. If you are unsatisfied with your print simply return it within 2 weeks and you will receive either a new print or a full refund. It's your choice.

How long will it take to receive my prints?

Prints ship by first class airmail within 2 business days. Orders to Canada and the US typically arrive within 1 week, and almost never take longer than 2 weeks. International orders typically arrive between 1 and 2 weeks for western European countries, and up to 3 weeks for everyone else. If you require faster shipping, courier service such as Fed Ex is available for an additional charge. (There is no additional handling charge, just the price of the courier itself). Contact Jeff for a precise quote.

What is your privacy policy?

Your information is never shared.

Can you give the metric conversion for print image sizes?

5" x 10" inches is 12.5 x 25 cm.

8" x 16" inches is 20 x 40 cm.

10" x 20" inches is 25 x 50 cm.

Is your copyright watermark visible on the prints?

No, there is no watermark on the prints.

Can I make copies of prints I buy?

Only the original artist or copyright holder can make reproductions, even for non-profit use. Copyright is never transferable.

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The Story Behind Beyond Here

Map makers used to draw dragons at the edge of the explored ocean. “Beyond here be dragons” was the accepted view of what lay beyond the horizon. Beyond Here is a project I began with some trepidation, not for fear of uncharted waters, but rather for fear of not being able to find uncharted waters. The ocean is big enough to hold any metaphor, and its meanings have been explored by artists for ages.

Unsure of a claim to originality, it was tempting to abandon this project at its inception. Abandonment, as it turned out, would form the key element of this series.

The project started by accident on a still January evening. I was packing up my camera equipment after a cold day working alongside the Atlantic Ocean for the Floating Stones series. My concentration was spent. It was a relief to simply watch the ocean for a few minutes before hiking back to the car. Feeling light, I unpacked the camera and took a few frames of the sea without using a tripod. Before long an unlikely giddiness blew in on the winter wind. I began taking long exposures while panning from side, then while walking forwards and backwards. I took unfocused photos, underexposed photos, and overexposed photos. It was a complete abandonment of traditional landscape photography methods and a glorious waste of film.

Some time later I scanned the collection of imperfect images into a computer and re-assembled the scene into a single photograph. One view was created from several different approaches to photographing it. Here was the new horizon I was looking for. Let Beyond Here be a place for your own thoughts...ultimately every view of the ocean is one’s own.