gingerboisclair on Mar 12, 2017
The 3 prints I purchased were "North", "Into the Forest", and "Aurora". They are all lovely, but my favorite is the beautiful snowy tree scene with colorful blue and green background, called "North" - and I just noticed that most of the recent reviews were for this same print, so guess I have lots of company in loving it! My prints were shipped quickly, and were safely packaged and arrived in perfect shape - A+++++
Elizabeth Ayala Vega on Jan 30, 2017
Super cool design!! It shipped on time, and fits my phone perfectly.
It all started way back when I was about 6, and my parents entrusted me with the safeguarding of a Kodak Brownie on a family trip. And so it began. Click. Freeze the moment. I was hooked. When I was older, I cashed in our books full of Pinky stamps from Steinberg's grocery store, and got myself a Kodak Instamatic X-15, which I still use today. It was the first camera of my very own, and it went everywhere with me.
Things haven't changed much in that department, some 40 years later. In fact the cameras haven't changed much either. I shoot more film than digital, mostly on very old cameras, and will do so until I run out of road...or chemicals. The tactile pleasure of holding a processed strip of Provia 120 just can't be equalled in the digital world. The saturation of the colours is like candy.
We used to have to drive right past a venerable old amusement park to get home. The thundering of the towering wooden roller coaster on those hot summer nights, and screams of the riders still echo in my ears to this day. It also goes a long way towards explaining my fascination with the Kodachrome colours of carnivals.
Photography isn't just about documenting life, but is also about expressing dreams and memories.
And yet, there's still time left over for travel, biking, climbing, astronomy, woodworking, and of course, cooking.
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Any photo in my shop can be produced at just about any size from 4x4 or 4x6, up to 50x50 or 50x60, so if you have something in mind, don't hesitate to ask.
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Your prints will ship once the payment has gone through, with usually no more than a 4 business day delay for printing. Very large formats may take a bit longer, but I'll always let you know.
Should you have any issues at during checkout, please don't hesitate to contact me and I'll help you straighten things out.
If after 24 hours there has been no payment and no contact from you, the order will be cancelled.
Prints will usually ship within 4 business days, iPhone cases and pendants ship within 7 business days.
My shop is in CANADA.
Please keep in mind that all my shipments - unless otherwise arranged or specified in the listings - go by Canada Post First Class mail, and as such can take anywhere from a few days to 17 business days to reach their destinations in the USA, and up to 23 business days overseas.
If you have any questions about your order, or are concerned it's taking too long to reach you, please don't hesitate to contact me first!
I will always email you as soon as your order has shipped, and give you the tracking numbers, if applicable.
Most prints are shipped in a very thick, sturdy cardboard envelope, with larger prints shipped in double tubes/boxes.
Please allow up to 4 weeks for the worst-case scenario before considering a package lost.
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Refunds and Exchanges
You will be responsible for return shipping costs, and ensuring items are appropriately packed and returned in their original condition.
Please do keep in mind that every computer monitor displays colours a bit differently, so what you see on the screen could conceivably vary a little bit from the prints you receive. My studio monitors are professionally calibrated, and coordinated with my labs on a weekly basis to ensure the best possible results.