303.388.8466 Susann's Imagery Fine Art Photography

Terms and Conditions

Purchasing Information: Sizing, Printing, Pricing, Shipping, and Returns

All images are sold unmatted and unframed.


Although today’s digital technology makes it easy to create custom size images, most sizing is still based on standard formats (think your typically available frame sizes) as follows:

Type Image Size Image Size Image Size
35mm format:
11”x14”/14”x11” 16”x20”/20”x16” 18”x24”/24”x18”
Polaroids: square format 12.5”x12.5” 18”x18” 21”x21”
Diptychs (two separate
but connected images)
two 8.5”x8.5” two 12.5”x12.5” two 14.5”x14.5”

Polaroid Prints

The painterly appearance of the Polaroid images are actually created on the film. It is the result of a process called Polaroid manipulation. (For more information, see this Wikipedia link.)


All images are printed with the highest quality archival inks on 300 gsm (heavyweight) watercolor paper. Each image is signed en verso (on back) and sold in limited-number editions of 25 images per size. There will be 10 additional prints reserved for larger custom sizes. For large prints please contact me directly by phone or e-mail.


Price reductions are available when purchasing four or more images in one transaction. E-mail: .


All prints will be shipped within 10 days of your order. They are packaged in special mailing tubes and sent via U.S. Priority Mail with tracking and confirmed delivery. Please contact me for items to be mailed outside the U.S.

Returns and Exchanges

If there is any damage to the print when it is received, or if you are unhappy about it in any way, you may exchange it within 7 days of delivery by sending the print back to me in the original mailing tube. In the case of damage, I will credit back your postage and cover the postage to send a new image. Please contact me prior to shipping at .

Tips on Framing

All images are sold unmatted and unframed.

Framing an image is as personal as selection of the image itself, and will ultimately impact the final presentation. My personal preference is typically the gallery or museum approach—oversized soft white mat and black frame—especially for commercial spaces. But there are fantastic framing options available, everywhere from craft stores to high-end professional framers, with matching price options. Here are a few tips when considering how to frame your print.

  • You love your image. Take time and care in selecting how you want it framed. You’ll be looking at it a long time.
  • Be aware of your mat size – a mat that’s too skinny can be even more distracting than a mat that is too big. In many large poster-style images a mat isn’t even needed, just a frame.
  • Instead of black, gold, or chrome, consider using a color!