Zion National Park was the first place I ever got to witness true dark skies. Coming from the East Coast, I had become accustomed to light pollution and dull skies. That all changed the first night I spent in Zion. The sky was clear and the stars exploded, practically lighting up the valley I had been waiting to photograph.
Avoid touching your print. If possible, wear lint-free cotton or nitrile gloves.
A good frame will not only compliment your print, it will also protect it.
Avoid hanging in direct sunlight. Prolonged exposure will result in fading and yellowing.
Do not hang print above radiators or air vents. Temperature changes can damage the print