All prints are premier quality. They are printed on 100% cotton rag acid-free fine art paper (Canson) 210 – 300 gsm with archival Epson Inks.
If properly cared for (by framing with acid free materials and UV filtering glass or perspex), the prints will last 200-300 years without deterioration.
All prints are unlimited editions and are hand signed by the artist/photographer. They are printed locally by the artist in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Watermarks are removed.
PRINT SIZE RATIOS:
Most artworks and some photographs have variable height/width aspect ratios. Please check sizes carefully because they vary for each image. Specific sizes are found on the upper righthand side of this page. (*Actual prints may vary by a few mm from measurements listed).
Greeting cards may have the title or relevant Bible verse on the front. The back features text describing the inspiration behind the artwork. They are blank inside and come with an envelope.
All greeting cards are limited in size by their width/height aspect ratio and any additional text. Panorama greeting cards do not exceed DL size: 21 cm x 10 cm (8.25″ x 4″). All other greeting cards do not exceed: 17 cm x 12.5 cm (6.75″ x 5″).
All greeting cards are printed locally in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
For bulk orders over 100 greeting cards, please contact Rebecca for a discount.
Postcards may have text of the location printed at the bottom of the image. Panorama postcards are DL sized: 21 cm x 10 cm (8.25″ x 4″). All other postcards are sized: 17.5 cm x 12 cm (7″ x 4.75″).
All postcards are printed locally in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
Products are most often shipped by the next business day. However, occasionally there may be delays of up to several days due to the photographer backpacking through the remote wilderness capturing new shots. (I apologise for any inconvenience.) Please contact Rebecca for Express shipping.
Local pickup is available for those in the Hobart area. Select “local pickup” during the check out process and please contact Rebecca to arrange it.
ALL PROFITS GO TO CHARITY:
All profits from the sales of artwork, photographs, greeting cards and postcards go to charity. For more information, please see All Profits go to Charity.
Tasman Island from The Blade (Cape Pillar, Three Capes Track, Tasman National Park) black and white (Tasman National Park and the Three Capes Track – TASMANIA) – TTT9
Tasmanian wilderness landscape black and white photograph of Tasman Island from the Blade on Cape Pillar. Cape Pillar is one of the three capes on Tasmania’s iconic walk, the Three Capes Track.
Photographed by Rebecca Brogan, Tasmanian wilderness landscape photographer.
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