Prints are made after careful monitor or film color balancing by a professionnal film laboratory or printer. Digital color printers like Epson provids very long term color conservation (+250years). Some B&W digital or film may also be realized through even higher standards like hybrid Carbon technique.
High quality archival paper and fine art museum standard papers are available in different formats and medium, dependent on the preferences initially set, ranging from Epson's 300g classics to Kodak's Endura metallic papers.
Prints are signed and delivered with ArtTrust and/or DigiGraphie international certificates. Editions are limited from unique to 5 or sometimes 10 prints in specific sizes. Negatives and originals are privately and exclusively detained by the artist.
There are other ways to display imagery than prints. Throughout a photographer's life, one may experience with different vehicles of publishing his works. Projections, photo novellas, 3d sculptures but also some other unclassifiable things.