The retouching and printing of Griet Van Malderen’s photographs are done in Belgium in internationally renowned studios working for world-renowned photographers..
The digital prints are made on EPSON printers (SureColor SC-P20000) and on CANSON platinum fiber rag 310 grams paper offering all the guarantees in time (110 years of stability with a protection under anti-UV glass) and providing a baryta paper effect.
The museum type frames are made in Belgium by a craftsman, framer / cabinetmaker specializing in custom-made frames, with incomparable know-how.
At first the photographic prints are glued on Dibond and placed in shadow box frames made of black-stained “Marupa” wood.
The prints are also protected by anti-UV and anti-reflection glass which produce the most beautiful effect. The double profile frame can be dismantled and fitted with an aluminium slat along its entire length to provide rigidity and weight distribution on the hanging surface.