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(Be)Longing Book

My first book, published in conjunction with the 2011 (Be)Longing exhibition is available for sale. This album is made of good tritone reproductions of my original silver-gelatin prints. I have personally supervised every stage of offset printing.

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Cover page of the photo book

Book Details

Title: (Be)Longing Author: Rafal Lukawiecki Hardback: 64 pages Language: English & Polish Photographs: 24 accurate tritone reproductions of original silver gelatin prints, a cover picture, and a photo of the photographer Publisher: Stained Glass Museum Weight: 505 g Dimensions: approx. 8 × 10” ISBN: 978-83-929984-0-2 Price: $25

Postcards

Price of the set: $3

A set of 9 small black-and-white postcards (make great bookmarks), approx. 4 × 6”, printed in tritone offset on matt paper containing the following images: Bright Angel Trail After Summer Storm, Navajo Arch, Half Dome Above Clouds, Gnarled Bark at Grandview Point, Devil’s Golf Course and Telescope Peak, Tenaya Lake on a Cold June Afternoon, Canyon X Abstract 1, Canyon X Abstract 2, Delicate Arch at Sunset.

Original Limited Edition Silver Gelatin Prints

Price: $800–2,500 Please contact me with your request for any of my images, and we can proceed via email, or by telephone. During exhibitions, you can also buy my prints directly from the galleries. To buy online, visit the page corresponding to the print you are interested in, and click the Shopping Cart button (located next to the Light Bulb button) to see the prices and mount choices. Please note, price includes EU VAT, but it does not include customs or taxes, which you may have to pay if you live outside European Union. Make your selection, then click the PayPal button to add the print to the cart. When ready, click the View Cart button and complete the PayPal Checkout process using a credit card of your choice, or a PayPal account. I can also share a higher resolution reproduction, or to arrange a viewing of a print in person. Due to the character and limitations of computer technology, no screen image can show the superior look of an actual silver-gelatin print. Click on this greyscale tool to check your screen’s calibration if pictures appear washed out or too black.

Longevity & Guarantee

In my opinion, nothing matches a subtly framed and well lit original silver-gelatin print hanging on your wall. If you decide to purchase one of my photographs, be assured that as I care about your satisfaction I vouch for its quality. To give you peace of mind, I agree to take back an undamaged print that had been returned to me (shipping at your expense) for a full and unconditional refund within a month from its purchase. In case there was an unlikely technical problem with the print, I would formally further guarantee it for a period of two years from the date of purchase. However, as long as the print had been properly stored and displayed, I would happily provide assistance as long as I could, as I believe my prints ought to greatly outlast my own lifetime.

Shipping

All orders will be packed carefully. Mounted and overmatted prints are wrapped in heavy-gauge virgin polyethylene, and ship in custom-made, triple-layer, double-wall, corrugated cardboard mailers. I ship books and postcards within 2–3 days from receiving your paid order. Silver-gelatin prints may take longer, as I mount and sign them individually for each order. I ship prints which I have in stock within 3–5 days. For others, I will let you know when I expect to have them ready, which is usually within a month of your order. Some orders may take longer. Please contact me with any questions. If you purchase any of my original silver-gelatin prints, shipping of the entire order is $35, regardless of the number of prints, world-wide! Otherwise, it is $2, unless your order is heavier. PayPal will show you the correct shipping cost when you check-out.

Thank you for considering the purchase of my works.

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