One of the most incredible experiences of my career. I was in East Oregon, in a lovely mountain lake called Magone. I was able to capture the full sequence of the eclipse and the totality, and this panorama displays all the stages. Truly spectacular on aluminum.
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All materials ar 100% archival.
Paper prints are printed with pigment ink on Fuji archival pearl and Kodak archival metal papers.
Canvases are printed with archival pigment ink and stretched over kiln dried wood frame. They are rated for 80+ years.
The aluminum or metal art is a dye sublimation process using top of the line equipment and materials. The photograph is printed on a transfer paper and baked into the metal at 400 degrees. They are rated for 200+ years.
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