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Smart shopper tip: while choosing to have my images printed on photo quality paper is an economical route to classically displayed artwork, you may be interested in exploring the "ready to hang" options of stretched canvas, metal or acrylic. These beautiful choices, though initially more expensive, are equally archival as the Fine Art Paper and make a stunning, attractive ready-to-hang print that is surprisingly closely priced to matted/framed paper prints.
A black-capped chickadee (Poecile atricapillus) takes a break on maple twigs.
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Photographs printed on canvas, metal or any paper with "fine art" in the name are all archival, and the colors will not fade for decades into the future. Independent testing has shown that the color pigments will not show fading in normal display conditions for close to 100 years.
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