Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor and surrounding villages

Photo Mounting & Framing - Preferred Process

The mounting and framing method selected by photographer Greg A. Hartford and to preserve and display images is called “The Wooden Gallery Process™” (view website). Through this process, prints are saturated using a specifically designed acrylic emulsion that includes UV protection. Once mounted and shaped to have a beveled edge, final coats of emulsion are hand applied and textured to bring out the image's color and depth. This allows the giclee or photograph to be framed, without glass, effectively eliminating the glare or reflections caused by its use and potential glass breakage. This method is also far superior to using expensive non-glare glass which often softens an image and decreases color vibrancy and depth. The end result is the finest possible presentation for you to enjoy.

How to order photographs
Policies | User Terms and Conditions

© 2001 - 2015 Greg A. Hartford,
All Rights Are Retained by the Copyright and Trademark Owner
All other copyrights and trademarks are reserved by their respective holders.