Choose from our large range of frame styles. Our framed prints are stylish & classic, they are a very popular choice. Framing options above are simulated & are for illustration purposes only. We will contact you upon placing your order to discuss your framing options in more detail. Timber moulding, finished frame dimensions & more frame detail can be found here.
Classic "Black" & "White" Timbers are also available.
All large prints are posted directly from our lab to you to and are inserted into shipping tube (and wrapped in protective foam) after being carefully rolled. You can keep your print inside this tube to protect it until you decide to frame or mount the image. Take the print to your framer of choice. Care needs to be taken when unrolling the print, be careful not to scratch the printed surface. It is recommended that you only check your print once upon receiving your order, and then return the print to the tube.
Please note: Prints are sent unsigned (unless a signature is requested)
Acrylic Photo Blocks
All canvas prints are printed by Fotofast in Brisbane. As all canvas prints are handmade items, the end result can differ greatly, it takes years of experience to print and manufacture high quality canvas art. The Fotofast team is lead by their very own fine arts graduate who understands our needs.
Canvas Wrap Choices: The default canvas wrapping features a back edge, however a white edge and mirror wrapping is also available. We will contact you to discuss options upon placing your order.
Mother Nature put on a show. Taken on a cold & foggy morning quick trip to Lake Moogerah.
– Fotoman 617.
– Schneider 90mm f/5.6 Lens.
– Schneider Center Spot Filter.
– Fuji Velvia 50 120 Film.
– F22 @ 2 Sec.
Capture Date: August 2014.
Lake Moogerah, QLD.
About Mt Greville
Mount Greville is a cone-shaped and deeply fissured mountain in South East Queensland, Australia. The mountain rises 720 m above sea level and is part of the Moogerah Peaks National Park. It lies approximately 100 km south west of Brisbane just outside the town of Boonah.
During the 1995 drought, Lake Moogerah dam levels declined to a low of 1% total capacity. The dam reached 100% capacity due to rainfall associated with the 2010–2011 Queensland floods, with water flowing over the spillway for the first time since 1991 on 6 December 2010.