I do all printing digitally. Prints produced by these methods are generally considered superior to those produced using traditional darkroom techniques.

Prints are made using either an Epson 9600 inkjet printer or a Chromira digital photographic printer. What's special about this process is that unlike the inkjet printer which many of you may have sitting on your desk right now, the 9600 uses UltraChrome Pigment Ink to print your image, not dyes. Pigments, which were used by artists for hundereds of years to make oil paints, are extremely fade-resistant. Indeed, independent laboratories have confirmed that prints from the 9600 have an estimated display life of more than 70 years!

The Chromira process uses red, green and blue lasers to expose your image onto Fuji Crystal Archive paper. This paper has been tested to be more archival than other popular color printing methods, lasting more than 60 years without noticeable fading in controlled conditions. Both matte and glossy papers available. A good source of general information about Lightjet printing (as well as all digital printing processes) can be found here.

A table comparing the differences between Epson and Lightjet printing can be found here here.

For best results, all photographic prints should be professionally matted and framed under UV-resistant glass. They should never be displayed in direct sunlight.

Sizes and Prices


* Larger print pricing available upon request.

All prices include insured domestic shipping. Volume discounts avaiable. Please email with any questions.

How to Order

You have two options:

1) If you have a PayPal account, select the desired size and click on the "Buy Now" button underneath the exhibited photograph. You will be able to use any major credit card to make the purchase. You may set up a PayPal account here.

2) If you do not have a PayPal account or do not wish to use PayPal, please send an email (sales@nemergut.com) with the following information:

I'll respond with an e-mail giving you my address and phone number. Send me a letter with the check enclosed. I'll ship the prints as soon as I receive the check.