Before my work is ready to be sold, it’s first tested for quality. After I have checked the work, piece by piece on the screen, all designs are printed on the 80x80cm format to see whether everything is in order. Are there really no mistakes? Have no bits been forgotten to be erased? Is the colour right, and can this design handle the print size? The test print is made by Profotonet, where I order a lot of my photographic work.
I am also choosy about the type of paper. The prints delivered in the wooden frame with passe-partout are Hahnemühle Fine Art Print. The paper type is Photo Rag. This paper has a beautiful matt look.
The prints in floater frames, on aluminium and behind acrylic are also Hahnemühle Fine Art Prints. Because a glossy layer is applied, I do not use these prints with a matte look. Though, just as all Hahnemühle the prints have a fantastic depth of colour. And also, in the long run, it remains an enormous colour fastness.