x 35mm slides, mostly Kodachrome 64, Fuji Velvia and Fuji Provia
100F. All images have been divided up into the following six categories;
natural environment, human environment, festivals/religion, portraits,
activities and markets.
Area: All six Andean countries (Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia,
Chile and Argentina).
Images which depict the land, people and cultures of the Andes mountains,
in particular age-old traditions and customs which are fast disappearing
These are the highest quality prints available today as well as
being the most expensive. They are drum scanned on a Heidelberg
Tango laser scanner and digitally printed using a Chromira LED printer
onto Fuji Crystal Archive gloss paper which is lightfast up to 60
years. Prints are produced by Bill Nordstrom of Laser Light Photographics
of California, USA.
for Andean Images Lightjet Prints are:
11" x 14" @ USD $160
14" x 17" @ USD $180
16" x 20" @ USD $200
20" x 24" @ USD $220
24" x 30" @ USD $240
30" x 40" @ USD $260
Lamda Digital Prints: These are very high quality but more affordable
digital prints. They are drum scanned and printed onto Kodak Digital
Professional gloss paper by Chromagene of Leeds, UK.
for Andean Images Lamda Digital Prints are:
11" x 14" @ USD $80
14" x 17" @ USD $100
16" x 20" @ USD $120
20" x 24" @ USD $140
24" x 30" @ USD $160
30" x 40" @ USD $180
2000P Ink Jet Prints: These prints are produced by Eric Lawrie.
Slides are scanned on a Nikon LS2000 scanner and output onto an
Epson 2000P printer using Epson 100 year lightfast archival inks
and Epson archival paper.
for Andean Images Ink Jet Prints are:
11½ x 7½ @ USD $30
16 x 11½ @ USD $60
Ink Jet Cards. These folded cards are postcard size and printed
as per Ink Jet prints. Price of each card (inc. envelope) USD $1.
Set of 80 postcards of Bolivia @ USD $20.
items include postage & packing by express airmail. Prints have
a half inch white border for handling.