(Pricing and Print Information

Every city develops a style and character of its own. An early foundation from the beginning decades of a city form its essence and guide it into the future. A city will go through many cycles as time evolves and healthy changes invariably shape its direction forward.

Denver had some of its early architectural heritage remaining downtown; it was largely vacant and its potential in hibernation. Larger office buildings would be built through the years 1960 - 1990 and would greatly enhance our city. A disconnect between the under utilized historic buildings, and the newer office buildings, occupied only during the day, created a huge void in Denver's substance.

In the early 1980's, the seeds of Denver's true spirit would be planted and slowly bloom into our appreciation of our historic architectural heritage, blending contemporary design as a companion. Our city's soul was re-ignited with the pride of our past to propel us into the future. At that very decade of 1985 - 1995 Denver embraced its roots as they took hold, and has never been the same since.

My images capture that decade, the pivotal time that changed our city to what we enjoy today. You will see unique images from hard-to-obtain vantage points, composed with artistic composition and insight.  I knew exactly what I was doing and worked extremely hard to document Denver then, for you to see now.

Kim Allen
 

I want my customers to have the best images possible.  Having some old-fashioned personal conversation and a free consultation seems to work very well. Time spent together insures you of my best work which ultimately becomes part of your home or business.

To get the process underway, I prefer that we meet at a suitable location.  I bring small, 4" x 6" samples for preview of your particular interest, and larger samples of finished Ink jet prints. You select from the sample prints, and we are on our way to providing you excellent prints.

Prior research and communication via email from both of us allows me to provide you the best sample prints for your preview and ultimately your selection of final images.

I do not loan out sample images or email sample images.

Pricing

Print Size Price      
8 x 10 $100.00      
12 x 16 $200.00      
14 x 22 $300.00      
20 x 30 $400.00      
24 x 36 $500.00      
30 x 45 $600.00      
40 x 50 $700.00      
44 x 60 $800.00      
48 x 72 $900.00      
Please contact me for pricing of images printed on canvas.
Multiple Purchase Discount (may mix and match prints)
Save 10% when purchasing 3 - 5 prints
Save 15% when purchasing 5 - 10 prints

  • Fine art inkjet digital prints are custom crafted by the finest craft persons, materials and technology available.

  • All prints have a 1 inch white border to allow for signing and matte.

  • Prints are not framed or included in price. 

  • Images are not "Limited Edition".

  • Web site text descriptions on images are informational only and not on prints.

  • I recommend the following photographic labs:

    • Infinite Editions - fine digital prints done by Ron Landucci, providing me the best prints of my career.

    • Englewood Camera - provides my scans for web site images.

    • Zone X - conventional chemical printing of small prints.  Bob Kennedy is an amazing printer.

    • The Slide Printer - for 42 years, the Slide Printer has provided Denver with photo service.  I used them for color prints of slides and scans to CDs, etc.  We still do business.  They have changed with the times, known as well as Denver Digital Imaging Center.  The Slide Printer/Denver Digital has provided me with information, courtesy and excellent work.  Please visit their retail service/showroom.

  • I have many images; if you have a particular building of interest, please contact me.

 

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