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TITLE: Coal Train and Sheep Mountain. Livingston, Montana

MEDIUM: Silver gelatin print; unlimited edition; signed, dated, and stamped on reverse.
PRINT SIZE: 11 ¼" w x 9 ⅞" h. Narrow white outside margin.
ORIENTATION: Horizontal
FINISHING: Matte finish. Printed on high-quality, fiber-based archival paper. Unmatted and unframed.
TONING: This black and white print is selenium-toned to give it a slightly reddish hue.
CAMERA: Hasselblad 500CM

PRINT DETAILS
This listing is for an unmatted, unframed black and white fine-art photography print developed from a film negative and hand-printed in the dark room by shop owner H. Aaron Talcott. This print has been archivally processed and is printed on museum-quality Ilford paper to maintain maximum resistance to fading and discoloration. The reverse side includes the artist's signature and a stamp that records the date of the print's creation and its silver gelatin designation.

Please note that the colors on your screen may differ slightly from those of the print.

Custom orders are welcome, including matted and/or framed prints. Please contact us directly.
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Copyright H. Aaron Talcott. Artwork may not be reproduced or resold without the express permission of the artist.
TITLE: Coal Train and Sheep Mountain. Livingston, Montana

MEDIUM: Silver gelatin print; unlimited edition; signed, dated, and stamped on reverse.
PRINT SIZE: 11 ¼" w x 9 ⅞" h. Narrow white outside margin.
ORIENTATION: Horizontal
FINISHING: Matte finish. Printed on high-quality, fiber-based archival paper. Unmatted and unframed.
TONING: This black and white print is selenium-toned to give it a slightly reddish hue.
CAMERA: Hasselblad 500CM

PRINT DETAILS
This listing is for an unmatted, unframed black and white fine-art photography print developed from a film negative and hand-printed in the dark room by shop owner H. Aaron Talcott. This print has been archivally processed and is printed on museum-quality Ilford paper to maintain maximum resistance to fading and discoloration. The reverse side includes the artist's signature and a stamp that records the date of the print's creation and its silver gelatin designation.

Please note that the colors on your screen may differ slightly from those of the print.

Custom orders are welcome, including matted and/or framed prints. Please contact us directly.
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Copyright H. Aaron Talcott. Artwork may not be reproduced or resold without the express permission of the artist.

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If you are unsatisfied with your order, we will happily exchange your product or refund your money (minus shipping costs) up to 10 days after you have received your order. All prints must be returned undamaged and in their original packaging. The buyer is responsible for return shipping costs.

Shipping policies

Each item is made to order and will ship 3-5 days after payment is received. All items ship USPS Priority Mail from Livingston, Montana. To ensure safe delivery, all prints are individually packaged in a protective sleeve and shipped in a rigid mailer.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What type of cameras are these photographs taken with?
Aaron shoots with a variety of 35mm, medium-format, and large-format cameras, all of which are analog (i.e., film) models. His trusty Hasselblad 500 C/M has produced many of his favorite photographs. Also included in his arsenal are a Pentax 6X7, Canon A1, Olympus OM-2N, and a Crown Graphic. Please refer to the individual product listings to see which of these models was used for the photograph in question.

What is a gelatin silver print?
Gelatin silver prints are created using a traditional darkroom process first introduced in the late nineteenth century. The term is derived from the dominant materials and chemicals used to create the photograph (silver salts and gelatin). Gelatin silver printing was the principal method of creating photographic prints until the 1960s, when commercial developing became widely available. Aaron’s gelatin silver prints are handmade in the darkroom from film negatives, with each print going through multiple iterations before reaching the final and optimal version you see listed here in the shop.

What is an archival digital print?
Like his gelatin silver prints, Aaron’s archival digital prints are created from a film negative. However, whereas gelatin silver prints are created in the darkroom, archival digital prints are created by running the negative through a special scanner, which results in a digital image. The image is then printed on acid-free archival paper using a professional high-definition ink-jet printer.

Why are some of your photographs not available as gelatin silver prints?
Photographs listed only as archival digital prints are not available in gelatin silver format for one of two reasons: (1) The print is a color photograph, which are extremely difficult and expensive to produce in a darkroom, or (2) The original negative for the print includes slight imperfections that cannot be fixed with hand-retouching but can be made perfect when expertly remastered as a digital file.

Can you matte and frame my print?
Yes. Although all photographic prints listed here are unmatted and unframed (unless otherwise noted), we can matte and/or frame your print for an additional cost. This cost will vary depending on the size of the print, the width of the matting, and the type of frame desired. Adding a matte and/or frame to a print will also result in a longer lead time and will make the print larger and more fragile, resulting in a higher shipping cost. Please contact us directly to receive a quote.

How will my print be shipped?
To ensure safe delivery, all prints are individually packaged in a protective sleeve and shipped in a rigid mailer.

Can you ship your prints outside the United States?
Possibly. Please contact us directly for details.
Frequently Asked Questions

What type of cameras are these photographs taken with?
Aaron shoots with a variety of 35mm, medium-format, and large-format cameras, all of which are analog (i.e., film) models. His trusty Hasselblad 500 C/M has produced many of his favorite photographs. Also included in his arsenal are a Pentax 6X7, Canon A1, Olympus OM-2N, and a Crown Graphic. Please refer to the individual product listings to see which of these models was used for the photograph in question.

What is a gelatin silver print?
Gelatin silver prints are created using a traditional darkroom process first introduced in the late nineteenth century. The term is derived from the dominant materials and chemicals used to create the photograph (silver salts and gelatin). Gelatin silver printing was the principal method of creating photographic prints until the 1960s, when commercial developing became widely available. Aaron’s gelatin silver prints are handmade in the darkroom from film negatives, with each print going through multiple iterations before reaching the final and optimal version you see listed here in the shop.

What is an archival digital print?
Like his gelatin silver prints, Aaron’s archival digital prints are created from a film negative. However, whereas gelatin silver prints are created in the darkroom, archival digital prints are created by running the negative through a special scanner, which results in a digital image. The image is then printed on acid-free archival paper using a professional high-definition ink-jet printer.

Why are some of your photographs not available as gelatin silver prints?
Photographs listed only as archival digital prints are not available in gelatin silver format for one of two reasons: (1) The print is a color photograph, which are extremely difficult and expensive to produce in a darkroom, or (2) The original negative for the print includes slight imperfections that cannot be fixed with hand-retouching but can be made perfect when expertly remastered as a digital file.

Can you matte and frame my print?
Yes. Although all photographic prints listed here are unmatted and unframed (unless otherwise noted), we can matte and/or frame your print for an additional cost. This cost will vary depending on the size of the print, the width of the matting, and the type of frame desired. Adding a matte and/or frame to a print will also result in a longer lead time and will make the print larger and more fragile, resulting in a higher shipping cost. Please contact us directly to receive a quote.

How will my print be shipped?
To ensure safe delivery, all prints are individually packaged in a protective sleeve and shipped in a rigid mailer.

Can you ship your prints outside the United States?
Possibly. Please contact us directly for details.

Train Photograph, Western Art, Railroad Art, Montana Mountain Print, Fine Art Photography - Coal Train, Sheep Mountain, Livingston, Montana

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  • Handmade item
  • Finish: Print Only
  • Materials: Hasselblad 500CM, Ilford archival paper, Gelatin silver print
  • Made to order
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