GeoMosaic photographs are high-resolution digital images, allowing for large-format printing. At this time prints are available on HP professional matte canvas, or as dye-sublimation prints on aluminum. The canvas prints are done in house using an HP Designjet Z-3200 printer with archival HP Vivera inks. The prints are then mounted onto heavy-duty stretcher bars. The prints on aluminum are sourced out, and generally cost double the amount of canvas prints. A major benefit of the aluminum prints is that they are scratch resistant, as the ink dyes are infused beneath an exterior protective coating.

My main goal in photography is to produce an image that captures the beauty and intrigue of a particular landscape, hopefully inspiring the viewer to think "Wow, I need to go there!" That, in my estimation, is a successful photograph... Especially when the real experience always exceeds what can be captured in a photo. My career in photography has developed alongside my career as a field geologist - with constant hiking in geologically beautiful landscapes. Occasionally you find yourself in the right place, the right lighting, and camera in backpack. Magical photographic moments are rare, and most days the camera never comes out, despite the inherent beauty of an area.