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‘Ancient Warrior’ Standing Stones of Totronald

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How I print…

Every limited edition print is produced using a branded  heavy 310 GSM smooth pearl paper. The reason I choose a matte type paper rather than gloss is because it does not reflect light when behind glass i.e in a frame.

I use A4 size of paper because it is a common size for wall hanging frames. 

The printing procedure is done using a top of the range inkjet printer…Canon Pixma Pro1. The printer uses the highest quality inks and gives truly professional results.
Framed prints include a quality oak effect frame and white or off white mounting card and all mounting materials are archival and pH neutral. Every framed print is signed and numbered with a description of what it is. The example shown is ‘Lone Fence  Post…Totronald’.

Every image is carefully edited to look it’s best on a monitor set up for Adobe RGB. This is an industry standard to make sure what is seen on the screen is exactly what you get when printing. Most computer monitors and touch phones vary in this department so be aware of this. There may be a difference in what you are seeing now and the image you receive after purchase

The monitor I edit on is of a high professional standard for image reproduction and screen calibration is frequently done. Every print is limited to 50 only and are available framed or unframed. Unframed are print only and do not include mount.
 
Well…hope thats everything covered
Thanks for reading,
 
Allan McKechnie.
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1 review for ‘Ancient Warrior’ Standing Stones of Totronald

  1. 5 out of 5

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    ‘Ancient Warrior’
    One of the Standing Stones at Totronald here on the Isle of Coll.
    They are called Na Sgeulachan in Gaelic which means Teller of Tales.
    No one knows their ancient purpose, but they may have been used for astronomical purposes or they could have belonged to a temple.

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