Massimo Fiorentino

Art

Fine art photographic prints

The image “Moody Forest” – displayed in an old Swedish manor which is located only a few hundred metres from where the image was shot.

The image “Moody Forest” – displayed in an old Swedish manor which is located only a few hundred metres from where the image was shot.

If you haven’t viewed a photograph for at least 30 minutes, you haven’t really seen it.
— Minor White

Digital images have their limits. Although I shoot digital (but would love to pick up analogue again someday), seeing an image unfold on a large piece of photographic paper gives me so much more satisfaction than seeing it on a screen. The immersion of the size and the texture, framing it just right, brings the image to life in ways a digital display ever will do.

That is why I love to print my images. And having the opportunity to turn them into pieces of art is both a privilege and a joy. And I sincerely hope that this joy is carried over to the walls of the people that would like to acquire one of my unique prints.

How my art prints are made

All of my prints are limited editions and are carefully printed on a high-end Canon printer using archival pigment print on superior quality Hahnemühle Photo paper. Then they are coated with a unique protective spray designed for fine art prints without changing the paper structure. It fixes colours and prevents an eventual colour fading. Also, the intensity and the high brilliance of the colours stay permanently. The photographs are signed and numbered and come with a certificate of authenticity. Each document is made of premium deckle-edged mould-made paper with a Hahnemühle watermark and fluorescent security fibres. I will also add a serialised numbered hologram to both the image and the certificate.

It is also possible to contact me for other sizes or formats that you can find in the shop, or if you would like framing or the like.