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Photo PaperAt Mark Paulda & Co., we use only professional photo papers so that you always receive the longest lasting and highest quality photographic prints available.
Dream PrintsDream Prints are spectacular wide-gamut, high definition prints with smooth gradations, true-to-life colors, and superior clarity. Photographs are printed on fine art paper, which is a beautiful matte paper with a subtle watercolor texture. 200gsm.
Metal PrintsPhotographs printed on metal represent a new art medium for preserving images by infusing dyes directly into specially coated aluminum sheets. Photos take on a magical luminescence for more brilliant and impressive prints. Colors are vibrant and the depth is breathtaking. Detail and resolution of each photograph printed on metal are unsurpassed. All Metal Prints arrive ready to hang. Framing is not necessary.
Acrylic PrintsAcrylic Prints are a sleek and modern treatment that bring our images to life. Mark Paulda & Co.’s vibrant prints are paired with high polished acrylic for added depth and a high-impact, radiant display.
Covent Garden II Multiple Exposure Art Photography PrintMultiple Exposures are photographs in which two or more images are superimposed in a single frame. They allow me to experiment with the images and create surreal, unique and fascinating pictures - all within the camera. There is no photo manipulation involved. This is old school photography at its best.
The famous expression says that every picture tells a story – Well, multiple exposures can tell many, many tales.
One night in a small shop in London Soho the man behind the counter looked at me and asked, "Are you OK?" "Yes," I answered, "I'm just tired." "Everyone in London is tired," he proclaimed with a smile.
This short conversation inspired my London Multiple Exposure Art Photography Collection. Some days my mind feels as jumbled as shown in the photos. But, I keep wanting more as London is such a dynamic and complex city.
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