Mountain Images - Prints of The Scottish Highlands, The Lake District, Snowdonia, The Himalayas and Everest
A Choice of Frame Mouldings

About The Prints

Image Quality

I founded Mountain Images in 1983, and I am pleased and proud of the long-standing reputation that I have achieved for producing specialist and exclusive high quality mountain prints. I continue, today, to exercise the same dedication to perfecting excellence in my framed prints as I do in creating the outstanding image in the field. My prints are produced individually for each and every customer, and are not available from any other website nor retail outlet.

My prints are painstakingly crafted and printed from only my very best images; the vast majority were captured to strictly observed standards using high end professional cameras and lenses, in particular the Fuji GX617 panoramic camera, one of several Canon EOS full frame digital cameras or, more recently, the highly respected top-end Nikon D850 digital camera.

Quality is maintained by respecting the relationship between original image size and final print size; optimising the level of magnification between the two ensures that my prints always contain infinite and crisp subject detail.

I carry out only the minimal amount of corrective work on the original digital negatives obtained from scans or in the field; they are not colour enhanced, over-saturated, over-sharpened nor over-worked. Each and every image is an accurate and natural reproduction of the view I saw on the day I captured it.

Fuji GX617 and Nikon D850 Cameras

About the Prints

The appearance and quality of a finished print depends as much upon the printing process and the media used as it does on the actual image itself. This is something that customers frequently overlook when selecting a particular photographer's work and making a purchase. For gallery or museum quality prints that are intended to last a lifetime there is no substitute for a premium quality or fine art paper.

Fine art papers enhance the quality of the image, and offer other benefits that are not available with other products on the market. A premium coating preserves their haptic exclusiveness and guarantees long-lasting true-to-detail prints that meet the requirements of museums and galleries. Premium quality inkjet media enables fine art prints to feature an extensive colour gamut, best contrast and finest nuances for impressive pictures.

I now produce all my prints on a 260 g/m2 Epson Premium Semi-Gloss media. This heavyweight paper has a smooth surface texture and is one of the most popular media worldwide for artwork and photography.

The choice of ink is also important and so I print my images on the very latest Epson printers using Ultrachrome HDR pigment inks. These printers take inkjet (giclee) technology to an entirely new level with higher colour accuracy, greater subtlety and smoother gradations. Grass and foliage is much more vivid and natural whilst orange tones in sunrises and sunsets are more dazzling.

All prints have at least a 2" (5cm) white border on all sides of the image.

All my prints are signed.

Liathach from Loch Clair - A Print of The Scottish Highlands
Mountain Prints by Ian Evans