Printing Options

Standard Prints, Metal Prints, Canvas and Acrylic!

Standard Prints

Standard Prints

Standard Prints are printed on Kodak ENDURA professional photo paper with a glossy finish. Perfect for the budget conscious buyer, or those who want to mat and frame the print to fit their personal decor. Standard Prints ship flat ready for your custom touch.

Metal Prints

Metal Prints

Metal Prints represent a fairly new art medium for preserving photos by infusing dyes directly into specially coated aluminum sheets. Because the image is infused into the surface and not on it, the image will take on an almost magical luminescence. Metal Prints come with a “Floating mount block” which floats the print ½-inch off of the wall.

Canvas Prints

Canvas Prints

Fine Art Giclée Canvas Gallery Wraps are printed directly onto museum quality canvas using high quality archival inks. The canvas is then wrapped around a stretcher frame of 1 ½-inch depth, with the image digitally stretched to finish the wrap around edges. Then, a glossy finish is applied to protect the surface of the print.

Acrylic Mounts

Acrylic Mounts

Acrylic Face Mounted prints are printed on high quality Metallic/Fuji Pearl paper using Chromira Print Processing. Your print is mounted directly to crystal clear acrylic and backed with a dibond backer. An aluminum subframe is then used to float it from the wall. All hardware is included, so it is ready to go on display in home or office (or gallery!). Please allow 4-6 weeks for delivery.

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Jonathan Crosby photogtaphing inside Antelope Canyon, Page Arizona.

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    P.O. Box 942
    Grand Canyon AZ, 86023

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About Jonathan Crosby

Originally from Oregon, award winning landscape photographer Jonathan Crosby has traveled up and down the west coast, over to the east and as far overseas as Cambodia. Now living at the Grand Canyon South Rim, he has had vast opportunities to photograph the many scenes and seasons throughout the years spent in the areas of Grand Canyon, Moab, Bryce, Havasupai and many more.