The last time I went down by the lake to try and capture a rainbow, I forgot my memory card so it was an embarrassing failure. By the grace of God or just out of stubbornness, I took that as a learning experience and have been waiting since to redeem myself. So it was about 10 months later but as soon as I saw the weather forecast had thunderstorms followed by no rain in a short period of time I became excited. The storm was visibly heading east over downtown and one could see the clear skies forming over the lake. Exactly right in front of my eyes the rainbow formed and I started shooting. However when I looked up I saw that I only had a partial view. I threw down the tripod and unabashedly headed towards the Cleveland Script Sign on top of the hill.
The paper we use : “Big Bend Baryta offers all of the rich tonality, depth, and feel of a traditional darkroom print. The paper has a elegantly smooth finish and subtle reflectivity. Big Bend has a pleasant neutral white tone imparted by a 100% barium sulphate (baryta) layer. Baryta is the "old school" way of whitening paper and it adds natural richness to portraits and landscapes. Black & White images benefit from Big Bend's deep blacks and exceptional contrast. Use this paper for your final product to surpass gallery and museum expectations.”
Sizes 11x14 and 16x20 prints have a very thin, white, fine art border on the edges for better handling and matting purposes.
Canvases come from a 3rd party manufacturer that state; “our handmade canvas prints are manufactured in-house and crafted using state-of-the-art technology. We source the wood for our frames from eco-friendly pine forests to ensure sustainability. We use choice, poly-cotton canvas, which means we can print a sharp image that will continue to look vibrant for years to come. Our state-of-the-art technology uses latex inks with UV protection which do not fade, bleed, or degenerate into dull tones. Lastly, all of our canvases have a solid backing to ensure they never sag and will last a lifetime.“ Please allow up to 14 business days for Canvas Prints to arrive.