Art is not about what we see, but about what we make others see.—Degas
A brief note on media:
Luster Paper is a quality photographic paper with a slightly textured surface. It's not as shiny smooth as a glossy paper, and is able to withstand some handling. It’s fine for most purposes, but I don’t consider it to be archival.
Canson Infinity Baryta paper is a heavy, archival paper that looks like traditional photographic paper. It reproduces clear blacks, bright whites, and beautiful tones in between. All my images will look great on this paper, and it's the ideal medium for the collector. If you want a framed print, I recommend this option. It has no optical brighteners, and properly cared for—kept out of UV light, away from ozone or other pollutants—expect it to last up to 200 years.
Canvas is a fine option for large prints. It comes stretched and ready to hang.
Metal prints are great for black and white photos—blacks are as black as you can get, whites are brilliant. Metal prints come ready to hang, and stand off about 3/4-inch from the wall.
Fine Art photography by New York photographer Ed Lefkowicz.
Prints for home and office, and for sale to individuals, businesses, curators, and interior designers.