The design of Ta Prohm is that of a typical "flat" Khmer temple (as opposed to a temple-pyramid or temple-mountain, the inner levels of which are higher than the outer). Five rectangular enclosing walls surround a central sanctuary
There are three paper types to choose from: all are archival quality and exhibit slightly different tonal ranges but can be traditionally framed. They are mailed out in a postal tube.
Ilford CrystalJet Luster: printed with Ultrachrome K3 inks
Harman Hahnemuhle Baryta Paper: a traditional baryta paper with Ultrachrome K3 inks
Tradtional hand printed Silver Gelatin print made in the darkroom, toned as needed