Title: Bronzed Aspen Trunks
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This altered image of aspen trunks on a sunny autumn day was derived from a photograph taken near Woods Lake, Colorado.
Autumn Mountain Skies is printed on photographic paper using a laser photo printer. As in traditional photographic printing, the image is produced by exposing silver halide photographic media to visible light. The paper for this image uses a combination of film and laminate layers to produce a striking metallic shine.
This photograph will last a lifetime with proper care. To preserve the image, keep the photograph dry and out of direct sunlight. It’s best to leave the image sealed in its plastic sleeve until you’re ready to frame it. This will help keep the print surface free of dust and fingerprints.
If you plan to frame the photo yourself, be sure you select an acid-free matte and backing and a UV protected glaze (glass or acrylic). A matte or backing that is not acid-free will over time degrade the photographic paper. UV protected glaze will prevent your photograph from fading.