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Prints & More Now Available!! (Updated)

Hey everyone!

I have great news! Prints & other merchandise are available from my SmugMug site.
You can find out more info by clicking the “Buy Prints” tab at the top of the blog.

Prints from [4 x 6] up to [20 x 30] are available on high quality paper, canvas, and more!
Cards, t-shirts, etc are all available too. I will hopefully be setting up a calendar in the near future.

I had my wife take a photo of me holding a [20 x 30] print we had made today. Check it out here! It came out so amazing!

Thank you so much for everyone’s support of these projects over the last 3 years!


I had some questions regarding the prints from SmugMug.

The photo I had printed large as shown in the link above was printed on “lustre.” The print has excellent color saturation, without the fingerprint madness and glare of glossy. It kind of feels like a matte finish, but is better quality. The “metallic” prints have incredibly vivid colors. They are super sharp and really pop. They are some of the most popular types of printing now. The Giclee Watercolor uses super-duper quality ink on premium paper (the jump in price is quite high). I haven’t seen one personally, but I understand they look pretty magnificent.

If you’re having trouble deciding which to choose, my first suggestion is to choose what best fits your price range. The Lustre prints will still look excellent and will probably suit most folks. I love my test-prints and will be framing the [20 x 30] hiker one. If you’re looking for something more artsy – like the canvas, please just make sure you check the crops during checkout. The smaller wrapped canvas prints will cut out a significant part of the photo, so please choose carefully. But the other canvas selection do not crop everything. Play around with what you like.

I hope this helps a little!

Remember to check the crop during checkout for most photos! Click the picture/crop square on the left panel to customize the crop position.


11 responses

  1. You rock this blog is sick. Def going to check it out all the time.

    December 19, 2010 at 11:36 pm

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  3. Just a quick question… is there any way to get a pic other than the ones on SmugMug? You did one a few months ago with the Lego man on fire (and a caption). My dh would LOVE that! And I’d love to get it for him….

    December 20, 2010 at 1:08 am

  4. belongum

    Dan… you are too clever by far bloke – well done!

    Love the site… I shall return (hopefully regularly)!

    Cheers mate 😉

    December 20, 2010 at 2:22 am

  5. Hey Dan,
    This is good news !!!
    However, is there a way to purchase not a print but your high resolution file (in order to print it myself in France) ?
    Thx 🙂

    December 20, 2010 at 3:53 am

  6. Tricia

    I would love to get the picture with the dad and kid lego on a hike. Could you add that to smugmug?

    December 20, 2010 at 9:24 am

  7. congrats!! how unique and charming!

    December 20, 2010 at 3:02 pm

  8. lin

    I know there are descriptions on smugmug, but I don’t find them that useful. Can you speak to the differences between the different prints: lustre, metallic and watercolor? Which one did you get in the picture? Any recommendations on how to choose? I can only guess that quality goes up with price, but I can’t tell from the little thumbnail samples if there really is a difference.


    December 20, 2010 at 9:01 pm

  9. Hi Dan, I just spent time going back through lots of your posts & they are great. I enjoyed both your concept of using Lego characters as well as the quality of your photography. Congratulations on a job well done. kind regards, Tony in Tasmania

    December 21, 2010 at 5:57 am

  10. I love the astronomy photo!! It is so cool the way the sky appears behind your legoman and the orange eclipsed moon is visible. Great work!!
    How do I become a follower?

    December 21, 2010 at 10:48 pm

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