I believe each image has its own ultimate matching paper style which you choose at order time.
I use 4 paper styles each with its own texture and gloss level.
gloss metallic pearle - a very shiny surface where the whites are a little silvery and the colour and contrast is stunning - my default paper.
textured matte - a classic heavy watercolour-type paper with a distinct but masterful texture - used on most of my painted-effect images.
smooth matte - pure white, no texture, no reflection, incredible refinement.
semi-gloss canvas - artists' canvas with a sheen and real texture without the need to stretch.
A vital characteristic to achieving maximum impact and harmony in your chosen hanging space; every wall, space and surrounding feature and furniture item needs to be considered as a whole, so I offer a great range of choices to suit; most people choose too small and reduce impact and importance. Be bold!
Below are some pictures of a sample room, each one with a different style of image and their sizes to give you some ideas.
Most "conventional" prints are on a ratio of either 4:5 or 2:3 largely influenced by film vs digital origin. When you add panoramic to the mix which is commonly 1:3 but can be anything, there is only one method to determine the size of your desired print - this is known as "longest side". This means a "1 metre print" will have a short side anywhere under the 1 metre long side. Just viewing the images will give you a good idea of the ratio of long to short side that will be produced on your chosen print. All prices are quoted on long side measurements.
* note the image number which appears when you hover over any thumbnail [not enlargement]
* go to PRICES page and decide what size you desire; click ORDER...
* and be taken to the ORDER page where you fill in the simple address and order form including the print number and click submit to...
* be taken to the CHECKOUT where you click the correct button for the size you want, and...
* be taken to where you decide how to pay and prceed to do so after which you will receive a confirming email
Large increase in freight charges and high damage risk mean offering mounting and framing online is loaded with problems and extra cost and there are numerous framing establishments around. If you want to keep your order for at least 200 years it needs to be behind glass; if superior display quality takes precedence over slight surface deterioration over many years then your print can be displayed by other means, and without glass but with protection from sun, fluorescent lights and fly spray.