Services: Planck Studios Chicago Prints and Photos

Services

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On-location Documentation

  • Architectural
  • Real Estate
  • Events
  • Corporate Projects
  • Residential
  • Illustrative

When I develop a new techniques, I make them available for commissioned projects. I offer my [Re-Construct](/news/2007/jun/22/07-holga-portfolio/), [Multi-Exposure](/news/2007/jul/11/07-multi-exposure-portfolio/) and [Time-Lapse Composite](/news/2010/may/25/video-documentation-long-capture-cycles/) processing for high-end documentation purposes.

### Rates for Commissioned Work

Rates are broken down by method of print construction. All rates include material and travel costs. Large orders are eligible for discounts. Please email me directly for a quote, to arrange a consultation or with any other questions: jj at planckstudios.com

Services Description
Re-Constructs Portfolio
Maximum Size:    44" (smaller dimension)
Processing:        $250 per image
Prints:               $150 - $450 per image (based on size)


Lo-Fi Shows
Lo-Fi Shows
Maximum Size:    44" (smaller dimension)
Processing:        $150 per image
Prints:               $150 - $450 per image (based on size)


Multi-Exposure Portfolio
Maximum Size:    44" (smaller dimension)
Processing:        $350 per image
Prints:               $150 - $450 per image (based on size)


Multi-Exposure Portfolio


Maximum Size:    44" (smaller dimension)
Processing:        $500 per image
Prints:               $150 - $450 per image (based on size)

### Printing Services Turn Around Time

Museum quality archival prints are offered on the following mediums:

All printing occurs in-house on a professional 44" Epson 9800 Inkjet printer. The combination of Premium Luster photo paper and the specialized Epson K3 UltraChrome inks yields an archival life of 165 - 300 years, depending on display techniques. This is the same printing process the Metropolitan Museum of Art's digital reproduction house uses for limited edition digital prints. All prints are hand signed, stamped and carry documentation establishing authenticity and proof of ownership.
(Unless otherwise noted, Planck Studios retains all film, digital files and digital rights associated with commissioned work)