General Information

Child's slide black and white For me, photography is a journey; an exploration of the natural world and my interpretation of that experience. Each day is an opportunity to fuse the local landscape with a unique point-of-view, as seen through my eyes.

As a photographer, selling prints is the culmination of the creative process. From the moment of capture to the final print, each photo is thoroughly reviewed to ensure the best prints, possible. Each print is inspected, by me, and guaranteed.


Hahnemuehle FineArt Baryta Paper

I print exclusively on Hahnemhule FineArt Baryta paper because of its archival-quality and ability to produce a broad, tonal range, sharp images, and has the rich feel of genuine art paper. Prints up to 18"x12" are printed in-house using Canon printers; large format prints are provided by Velham in St. Louis (www.velham.com). Due to variations in equipment and special cropping, all prints are (not) available in the same sizes.

       

Print Sizes

Print Material Print Size Frame Size(s)
Fine Art Paper 8" x 12" Works with standard sizes: 8"x12", 12"x16", 14"x18" & 16"x20"
Fine Art Paper 12" x 12" Works with standard size: 16"x16"
Fine Art Paper 12" x 18" Works with standard sizes: 12"x18", 18"x24"
Fine Art Paper 12" x 36" Works with standard size: 12"x 36"
Fine Art Paper 16" x 24" Works with: Non-standard
Fine Art Paper 20" x 30" Works with: 20"x30"
Canvas 12" x 18" Works with standard sizes: 12"x18", 18"x24" for canvas prints
Canvas 16" x 24" Works with: Non-standard
Canvas 20" x 30" Works with: 20"x30" for canvas prints

* Standard size frames are readily available at a variety of stores or custom frame shops. Non-standard prints require custom frames. Due to variations in equipment and special cropping, all prints are (not) available in the same sizes.

Framing

All prints, fit standard size frames readily available in a wide range of styles and budgets. Below, I've provided tips that will aid in your frame selection and ensure your photos are protected for years to come.

Tip #1 - Where Not to Hang Prints:
To maximize longevity, never hang prints in areas that receive direct sunlight or are prone to high humidity or fumes (e.g., near windows, bathrooms and garages.)

Tip #2 - Framing Option #1:
To provide the best possible protection it's always best to have your print framed by a professional. Professionally framed prints usually include glass with UV protection and vapor barrier on the back. This protects prints from sun damage as well as humidity and fumes.

Tip #3 - Framing Option #2:
Choose from the many attractive and economical frames found at a variety of retail, hobby and discount stores. I've done this myself with great results. However, I don't subject my prints to environmental influences that could effect longevity.

 

Copyright

All images viewed on this website are protected by U.S. Copyright laws. 

Shipping Information

Prints purchased from Pixstarr are printed when orders are received. Each order is carefully packaged to prevent damage and shipped using the USPS.

A flat shipping rate is applied to each completed order and includes all handling fees.

Average delivery time is 3 - 5 days from date of shipment. 

Return Policy

I offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If for any reason you're not completely satisfied I will gladly accept a return for exchange or refund (less S&H), provided the item is returned within thirty (30) days from date of shipment and it is returned in perfect condition.

To return a purchased item, please return the item(s) in the same packaging it was shipped in. Be sure to include a copy of your invoice (packing slip) with your return along with an explanation stating why you are not satisfied with the item(s) and your preference for exchange or refund. If you no longer have your invoice, please include your full name, address and order number, if possible.

To return items, please call: 217-854-7819

PHOTOGRAPHY

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Why Landscapes?

Harry Starr | Pixstarr midwest landscape photographyIn a crazy world, my vision is to recognize and photograph the good things God provides. The rural Midwest landscape is full of barns, bales, fences and farmland, creating an endless array of photographic opportunity that's unique to country life. Living in Macoupin County, Illinois, my goal is to photograph everyday subjects from the rural landscape and reproduce them into one-of-a-kind prints.

Contact Information

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PO Box 272
Carlinville, IL 62626