Fuji Velvia, recognized for the highest available resolution, is the exclusive choice of John Dankha Photography. Velvia promises brighter, more accurate color reproduction and finer grain resulting in vibrant image color saturation. Using 50 to 100 speed allows long exposure; and, therefore, the ability to realize greater detail.
Vivid and crisp, these high-resolution images exceed the expectations of the most demanding clientele.
The preferred camera and lenses for John Dankha Photography include only superior performance equipment by top manufacturers such as Fujinon, Schneider and Wista. A 4x5 field view camera assures stunning clarity and image detail.
The Dankha signature is recognized not only for fine photography but for integrity of craftsmanship. Images are printed using archival inks K3 and vary based on the preferred printed material-whether paper or canvas. Archival quality papers and canvas ensure excellent image stability for the life of your print.
Each image is custom printed and closely inspected for defects--the ultimate goal is a flawless print. To retain their vibrancy and longevity, canvas prints are coated with both a UV protectant and water repellent.
As limited editions, each John Dankha print is signed and numbered.
For more detailed information about archival materials, please reference Wilhelm Research Institute
Prints are framed to your design specification. Canvas prints are mounted using only archival materials. Non-canvas prints are treated to non-reflective, museum quality glass.
Custom prints are available in proportional sizes. The cost per print, exclusive of the frame choice, is calculated per linear inch on the longest side of the printed material (i.e., archival canvas or paper). The final cost of the finished piece is dependent on, and varies with, the preferred frame.
When considering the final dimensions of your selected piece, please note the general rule of thumb -- the frame will extend beyond the print an additional 4-7" along each side.
Please use the formula below to determine the price of an unframed image: