I take extreme care in preparing each print personally, using the best imaging technology available to the best of my abilities, that I improve year after year, with the sole purpose of producing work that will delight you, the owner. My materials and techniques are gold-standard in their class and my prints are an elegant accompaniment to any home, office, or boardroom.
There is a huge difference in viewing photographs on a computer display versus seeing fine art prints in person; only the prints show the light, depth, texture, and delicate nuances of my images and the materials on which they are printed. I encourage you to zoom in one of my images, explore the details and imagine it on your walls. "
The Limited Edition is designed to complete your walls: imagine a beautifully hand framed piece, with his time-less look, hanging on one of your best walls and the pride it will bring to you when you are showing your home to your guests.
Every image is printed in limited runs personally by Francesco to ensure the highest care and quality in producing the print: to protect your investment, the price is raised by 5% after each sale.
For your peace of mind, the Civil Code Section 1740-1741 of the State of California in regard to limited editions is carefully followed by accounting for every image sold. Each limited edition print is also registered on Hahnenmüle’s My Art Registry (http://www.myartregistry.com) to further guarantee your investment.
Francesco prints in-house using the latest Canon PRO-2000 24" Printer with LUCIA PRO ink set plus Chroma Optimizer.
Francesco uses museum quality Hahnemühle and Canson Premium papers, the very best fine art papers on the market; each paper is purposefully chosen by Francesco depending on the image to enhance its qualities.
Francesco will then matte the print using Museum Grade Rag mats, 100% cotton mat board used by museums and those seeking the highest level of protection.
Cotton gloves will also be included to handle your print, along with Francesco's personal suggestions for framing it, and a Certificate of Authenticity with serialized number hologram. When properly handled, your print is guaranteed to last a lifetime and more.
All Limited Edition prints are also hand-signed and numbered.
The print is delivered matted and ready to frame or can be optionally delivered already framed with a beautiful Museum Quality custom frame that Francesco will choose to match it: the anti-reflection UV glass will protect your print for a lifetime and more.
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Any flawed or damaged prints will be exchanged without question. All returns must be in as-received condition and in the original or similarly durable and insured packaging. Please contact us for return details if you are unsatisfied for any reason.
Original photography by Francesco Emanuele Carucci Photography.
All images copyright © 2019 Francesco Emanuele Carucci Photography.
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When the year comes close to the end, the sun reaches the perfect angle to shine at sunset through the Keyhole Arch in Pfeifer Beach, right in the middle of the Big Sur on the beautiful Californian coast. The waves crash rhythmically through the hole in the rock, lighting up in intense orange and red, but you won't feel alone in front of this spectacular view: it's highly likely that you had to elbow your way in through more than thirty tripods, each accompanied by its own photographer, all frantically capturing the scene with the widest range of cameras and lenses I've ever seen in one single place. For more than an hour, I tried different view points, crossing the view of almost every photographer who was on that beach, surely ending up in some of the frames, and being the target of more than one rant squarely directed towards me. It was all worth it when I found the frame I was looking for.
The sky was cloudless and uninteresting, so for this image I was looking for an intimate landscape, to emphasize the beautiful orange waves through the Keyhole Arch. To achieve my vision, I used a long telephoto lens at 135mm, closed at f/7.1 to slightly blur the foreground, so the attention could focus on the arch. At ISO 100 I could achieve a shutter speed of 1/4s, which is within my ideal range when shooting seascapes, to convey just enough motion in the waves to create a dynamic and interesting scene. The composition follows closely the rule of thirds and by not showing the horizon behind the rocks, the viewer is left guessing the real nature of the rock formation.