Here's how Focus Relief works:
Select your fine art photography
Complete your purchase – with free shipping, of course!
Here's how everyone wins:
Limited-Edition Fine Art Photograph: You, the customer, will receive a gallery-quality photograph – suitable for framing – that is signed and numbered by the photographer. In order to retain the value of your investment, we maintain a strict limit (25) of the maximum number of each photo sold. Once the limited number of 25 prints sold – regardless of size – has been reached, that's it. With the exception of books and marketing materials, this image will no longer become available to anyone. Ever.
By limiting the number of each fine art photograph being printed, we believe that you, the customer, will appreciate the value and quality of the investment being offered – a signed, numbered print of the highest quality available. The more value we offer, the more we raise for charitable programs. It also gives more attention to the artist, which increases the value of his or her work. This is a win-win-win – for you, the photographer and, most importantly, the community programs we support.
Gallery-Quality Fine Art Photography Prints: Focus Relief’s premium photographs are printed by our boutique supplier using light-sensitive paper and silver-based chemistry. Unlike other suppliers that offer ink printing where the ink is applied on top of the paper, our photo paper is exposed to light, and the image is infused into the paper through a chemical process.
Fine art photographs from the silver halide process – the process that Focus Relief uses – are sharper, more vibrant and, with proper care, will last more than 100 years. To properly manage and maintain your photos, display them in a frame under glass and do not subject them to prolonged periods of direct sunlight; high or low humidity; and/or extreme temperatures.
Profits go to Programs: While we're not (yet) a non-profit organization, Focus Relief is not making any profits on the sale of our fine art photography. After covering the bare minimum of expenses – printing, packaging, shipping, fees and taxes – all profits are given to community programs whose primary focus is alleviating hunger. All photos are donated. All workers are volunteers. No one is making a salary. So, when we say that 100 percent of our profits go to community programs, we mean it. All this is to make people more aware of the serious issue of hunger in America.