Fine Art Giclee
Photographic Prints

From the moment he trips the shutter to the time you receive your new artwork, photographer Alan Plisskin is personally involved printing, packing and shipping your fine art prints. By doing so, he can assure not only faithful reproduction of his work but your satisfaction with your purchase as well.

• Archival Prints
Available in a variety of sizes, prints are created by the giclee method which uses pigmented inks (not chemical dyes) printed on museum-grade archival paper for maximum impact and longevity.
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• Framing
Optional mounting, matting and framing of prints is available. Please contact Alan directly if you'd like his assistance in selecting matte and frame styles that will enchance the print as well as compliment your decor.

• How to Order
United States customers can order online. Use the Print Size selector on a photo's enlargement page to add prints to your shopping cart.

Please contact ASP Images directly to arrange international orders or if you prefer to order offline.

• Questions?
If you have any questions, wish to make a purchase offline, or are interested in print sizes not offered on the web site, don't hesitate to
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Two women carrying water home, a daily household chore.
The Taj Mahal has a faint glow at dawn.
A man with his herd of camels at the Pushkar Camel Festival.
India Fine Art Photography Gallery

India… wow! In 2007, I spent fifteen days exploring Delhi and the Rajasthan region, barely scratching the surface of what India encompasses. Delhi is a cacophonous city of 15 million people that has existed for over 1000 years. The Taj Mahal was as magnificent as one imagines. In Rajasthan, no matter how arid and desolate the landscape was, the beautiful colors of the women’s saris lit up the scene. The intricately carved sandstone lattice-work of Jaisalmer’s architecture has to be seen in person to truly appreciate the craftsmanship. The markets of Jodhpur were always bustling with activity. The Pushkar camel festival was an experience I will never forget. With thousands of camels, horses and people running in every direction, I was initially a bit overwhelmed trying to photograph it.

These men appeared to be having a very serious discussion at the Pushkar Camel Festival.
We visited this residence in the arid area of Jamba.
Vegetables being sold at the Jodhpur outdoor market.
A traditional dance performance.
Sculpted arches at the Red Fort in Dehli.
A woman wearing a red sari in the Rajasthan region.
Man in deep thought at Lake Gadsar near Jasailmar.
A slow shutter speed at twilight created this image of camel riders in the Jamba area of Rajasthan.
Steps down into a well built in the ninth century.
Two woman stroll in the evening at the Pushkar Camel Festival.
Pastas and more for sale at a Jodhpur market.
Grains for sale at the Jodhpur marketplace.
Ancient columns near the Taj Mahal.
The camel and camel guide take a short break during a camel ride.
Jodhpur is also called the Blue City because all of the Brahma worshippers painted their houses blue.
A townswoman visits one of the local monuments.
Colorful boat crosses Lake Gadsar near Jasailmar.
Potential buyers looking over the merchandise at the Pushkar Camel Festival.
This multiple story structure was constructed in the Ninth century.
This Jaipur monument has a unique façade.
This carved wood peacock was one of many around this doorway at the Amber Fort.
It would be hard to pack anymore cotton into this truck.
We enjoyed meeting this proud grandfather in the Jamba region of Rajasthan.
With thousands of people, camels, horses and cows, the Pushkar Camel Festival is an amazing experience.
These spices were neatly divided in the marketplace in Jodhpur.