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El Arco de Cabo San Lucas

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For a brief moment in time, the rough waters begin to settle, revealing a calm and serene setting. The Arch of Cabo San Lucas signifies where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean.

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Product Description

Details:
– Photos are printed in a professional lab with archival inks to ensure a long-lasting product
– Photos are printed on acid-free professional paper with a lustre finish
– Products are signed and stamped with logo on back
– Packaged and shipped in clear protective envelope

Blank Greeting Card:

Blank 5 x 7 greeting card with attached 4 x 6 photograph. Edges torn by hand. Envelope included. Packaged in clear protective wrap. No watermark will appear on the final product. Cards are signed and stamped with logo on back. Set of five (5) includes five blank greeting cards from the same row in the Portfolio Page.

Printed Enlargements:
Product includes one enlarged print. Does not include matting or frame. Product is packaged in a clear protective envelope, and shipped in a durable cardboard tube. Signature will appear in the bottom right corner. Sizes: 8 x 10, 12 x 18, 16 x 20. (size comparison chart)

Matted Enlargements:
Product includes one matted photograph. Size reflects total size, including the mat, and should be used to buy appropriate frame. Frame not included unless stated. Product is packaged and shipped in clear protective envelope. No watermark will appear on the final product. Matted enlargements are signed and stamped with logo on back. Sizes: 5 x 7, 11 x 14, 18 x 22, 20 x 24. (size comparison chart)

Canvas Prints:
Each photo is printed on ready-to-hang stretched canvas. Product includes one canvas image. Image is printed and wrapped around canvas edges. Product is packaged and shipped in clear protective envelope. A signature will appear on bottom right corner. Sizes: 12 x 16, 14 x 14, 16 x 20, 18 x 24, 20 x 30. (size comparison chart)

Custom Order(s):
A variety of other products and sizes can be made. Please contact me to arrange order and receive quote.

Shipping & Handling:

Enlarged prints come sealed, and shipped in a non-bendable cardboard tube. Matted enlargements, canvas prints, and greeting cards come sealed in durable packaged mailer. Your package will be sent in via USPS mail. Prices are determined by Product Category, not quantity. Shipping times vary depending on location. Colorado: 1-3 business days. California: 3-5 business days. Processing time varies depending on order volume. Typically 1-2 business days.

Product Category Rate Per Shipment
Blank Greeting Cards $2.00
Printed Enlargements $4.00
Matted Enlargements $4.00
Canvas Prints $9.00
Photo Books $5.00
Calendars $5.00

Payment Methods:
All major credit cards securely accepted through PayPal or Amazon Payments. Check orders and Venmo payments can be made out to Kevin Forey.
Please follow instructions at checkout.

Return Policy:
Nearly everything is hand-cut, hand-made, and assembled in my bedroom. Although not common, it is possible for products to arrive damaged, with crooked cuts, dimensions that are too big/small for frame, stained, etc. If the product arrives damaged, or if you are unhappy with your purchase in anyway, please contact me for a refund or exchange.

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