A photographic artwork is something very personal and unique, capable of giving a room attention and depth.

All of my prints are printed by a local professional laboratory, Imprimere Fine Art.

You can choose every size you want, but keep in mind that almost every of my photos are in a 3:2 ratio for the horizontals and 4:5 for the vertical ones. Ask me for an advice, I’ll be happy to help you.



The most economic solution: you will receive your print rolled in a tube. You could frame it by yourself or by your local framer.

You can choose between a selection of professional papers, which I’m going to explain later.


You will receive your photo mounted on a 10mm or 19mm Piuma panel or a 3mm Dibond panel.

The paper quality is chosen by you. The panel is provided with sticky fixings. Apply them firmly and you’re ready to hang your photograph.


This is what I use for my exhibitions and that has the most visual impact.

The photo will be printed on Baryta Museum paper (quality granted for 100 years). Mounted on a Piuma panel and framed by a professional framer. You can add an optional passepartout that will make pop up the photo even more. Glass is another available option. There are plenty glasses to choose from. One of the most performing is polarized glass: no reflections, invisible look.

Prints are signed on the back upon request.


My personal advice for high quality papers is to choose between Photo Rag and Baryta. Both have museum quality: made to last up to 200 years without losing their quality. Another plus they have from economic papers is to display an higher dynamic range in terms of colors and luminosity. 

Photo Rag is a 100% cotton paper. It has zero reflections indeed. Perfect for pastel toned photos. To be better enhanced put it under a direct source of light in your room. 

Baryta paper has a unique touch and feel sensation that reminds to the traditional dark room paper. It’s made using a special coating of barium sulphate, traditionally applied to one of these fibre photo papers before it’s coated with emulsion. Adding the baryta layer helps to brighten the image and prevents other chemicals absorbed on the fibres from infiltrating the other layers of the paper. It has minor reflections so I suggest you to keep it away from direct sources of light.

If you want to keep the price low I suggest you to choose a Luster paper. It has a great quality/price ratio and a satin surface that gives every photograph a unique character. 


If you want an artwork ready to be hung these are my solutions.

Dibond: 3mm panel made of two aluminium sheets with a polyethylene anima. Very strong and durable. (See the photo on the left)

Piuma: 10mm (or 19mm) sandwich panel. Made of two PVC sheets with a polyester anima that gives the 90% of the thickness. Very light. You can choose the side color of the panel between black or white.

Art Canvas: classic art canvas mounted on a wooden frame.

*Framing upon request for all the panels.

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