Falling water levels in The Dead Sea. "In recent decades, the Dead Sea has been rapidly shrinking because of diversion of incoming water from the Jordan River to the north. The southern end is fed by a canal maintained by the Dead Sea Works, a company that converts the sea's raw materials. From a water surface of 395 m (1,296 ft) below sea level in 1970 it fell 22 m (72 ft) to 418 m (1,371 ft) below sea level in 2006, reaching a drop rate of 1 m (3 ft) per year. As the water level decreases, the characteristics of the Sea and surrounding region may substantially change."
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Each print also includes an outer white border, with the image name, copy number, and a printed signature.
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You can also contact me if you have specific requests such as the printing process (Giclée or C-type), paper type, print size etc.
Printing and Handling:
Each fine art print is produced under careful supervision, to the highest standard, on archival stock using pigment inks. Prints are made on the finest Hahnemühle papers, including Photo Rag Ultra Smooth, Photo Rag Bright White, and Photo Rag FineArt Baryta.
Hahnemühle papers are highly regarded as the pre-eminent media for limited edition fine art prints and are printed in a professional studio, ensuring consistency and exceptional quality for every print.
When shipping prints, the most robust method available for the size & quantity of prints will be used. Where possible, the prints will be sent out flat. Print packages will always be protected for transit.
Giclée and C-type Printing:
C-type prints are printed using a laser process and produce a high-resolution image with great color depth. Giclée prints are printed using an ink jet process on a wide range of papers suitable for fine art prints. The Giclée process offers less color depth than C-type prints, however, the texture of the paper gives the print a fine art appearance. Each Giclée fine art print is produced under careful supervision and to the highest standard.
Prints are made on the finest Hahnemühle papers, including Fine Art Baryta and Photo Rag Bright White.