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Frequently Asked Questions
What is your shipping Policy?
Photos are shipped directly from the printer who determines shipping charges. All photos are shipped either UPS or USPS. You will receive a tracking number as soon as the print ships. Occasionally I will run specials to include free shipping on all but the largest prints.
How long will it take to get my print?
This depends on the media that you've chosen for your print. Paper will ship in 1- 3 business days. Canvas ships in 3 - 4 business days. Metal takes 5 business days, and framed prints take 3 - 5 businesses days.
In the description of some photos, I might recommend that a photo will work best in one type of media--canvas, metal, framed--but most of my photos will work in a variety of media depending on what works with your room decor. Metal is excellent for sleek modern rooms. Canvas and framed prints are great in softer environments. For lodge/cabin type decor, frames are great.
While you are welcome to choose whatever combination of matting and framing that you like best, I typically frame with a 2" or wider mat with a thicker frame as it lends a more gallery-like look.
What type of photo paper should I choose?
There is a choice of fine art paper, glossy or matte paper. Some people mistake "fine art paper" for archival paper. All of the paper and ink used is archival and is estimated to last for 200 years when kept out of direct light and framed with UV protected glass or plexiglass.
The difference between the three types of papers is that the fine art paper is textured like a watercolor paper. It is most suited to photos that you want to have a stylized or painterly look. Glossy photo paper is good for crisp, bright colors and detailed prints. Matte paper is suitable for most photos and is excellent for forests and nature photos.
What is your Policy on Returns?
It's important that you are happy with your print. Please choose carefully. If you have any reservations contact me so we can be sure you get the right photo the first time. Prints can be exchanged for another photo or medium of the same price.
Note that there will be a surcharge from the printer if you change your order after submitting it.
Why travel photography and where are your photographs published?
When I first put a camera in my hand in high school I dreamt of going to far away lands and being a "travel photographer." Over the years, when I would travel my time was spent looking through a lens and trying to capture the story of a destination. About 9 years ago, I partnered with award winning travel journalist, John Gottberg Anderson and together we have been doing stories for Oregon newspapers-- "Bend Bulletin" and the "Eugene Register Guard" as well as for the Alaska Airlines in flight magazine. Three times a month, when possible, my photos accompany John's stories on the cover of the Bulletin's Sunday travel section. Stock shots of my photos have been bought by magazines like the "Cascade Journal."
Where do you shoot your photos?
Because our assignments are the Pacific Northwest and Western United States, most of my photos are taken in this area. I spent much of my life in California, but fell in love with the lush green of Oregon and Washington when I moved up here. Klamath Falls is about 2 hours from where I live. It's marshy lands and lakes are a stop for many migrating birds--from bald eagles to snow geese, American white pelicans, tundra swans and sandhill cranes. It made me fall in love with photographing birds. Capturing the dance of the Western Grebes has been on my bucket list and can be found on the Birds page.
Occasionally I do get out of the country or to different areas of the U.S. like New York, Washington DC and Hawaii, and the Southwest. I'm hoping to add more destinations in the future.
How can I keep up with your new work?
Be sure to fill out the VIP customer window to find out when I upload new images. I will keep you informed of new blogs, photos and offer periodic discounts. You can also follow me at
BarbGonzalezPhotography on Facebook or @barbgphoto on Instagram.
Are you available for hire and assignments?
I'm available for commerical photography, food photography, product photography and events--dinners, non-profits and corporate events and bar mitzvahs (I don't do weddings). I'm also available for travel assignments.
My portfolio along with a vast number of stock images to license are available for download directly at:
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