When you buy a photo from Oregon Velo, our hope and desire is that it is a photo that is unique and deserving to be considered a professional photograph.
At events you will find us taking photos; at Cross Crusade you will also find us in the vendor area with our mini-gallery. We do not print photo at events or even ourselves. We use a service to handle our products to ensure that you get the highest quality product possible. All prints are full bleed. Prints with regular finishes (glossy, matte and luster) are printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive professional photographic paper using Fuji Frontier printers, processed through professional Fuji Hunt Chemicals. The archival quality of this process is 50+ years, before fading may occur. The metallic prints are printed on Kodak Professional Endura Paper.
Photos that you see on the website to purchase are just proofs. A proof is like a rough draft. Once you order you photo we continue on with the processing of photos. We apply color correction and sharpening when need. Seldom do we do any major cropping tothe photos from what you see on the website. We only crop if we feel that it will enhance the photo. If you would like the photo cropped please contact us before or as soon as you make your purchase.
What does all of this mean to you? Well, you won’t be able to purchase at the race, but you will get a photo that will last long enough to share with your grandchildren. We believe that photos are memories that should last a life time.
Every item sold by Oregon Velo comes with our 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Within the first 30 days, if for any reason you are not satisfied with the quality of your purchase, you can return the unwanted items for a reprint or a refund at our discretion.
Contact Oregon Velo for more information.
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This website and its contents may not be copied in part or in full, reproduced, distributed, cropped, resized, or otherwise altered without express permission from its authors. You have the right to personally view the images with your web browser but you may not save photographs to your personal computer unless otherwise specified.