Lee Mann and Son Photography

Our Process

Beginning Production

Production involves printing, mounting, and framing — up to 96″ X 44″.


Bryce trims a large print to prepare it for mounting.

Laminating and Framing

Prints are trimmed and prepared for mounting. Once trimmed, the print is “sandwiched” with MDF (medium density fiberboard) dry mount tissue is placed between the board and the print. On top, a laminate seals the entire package. The “sandwich” is heated under intense pressure until it becomes a rigid unit. The surface can be cleaned with any liquid glass cleaner.

No reflection glare. The print and laminate have a display life more than 100 years. The process is so UV resistant and weather-proof that we use it for outdoor signs at our galleries.

Framed or Unframed

All prints are available both unframed (print only) and framed. Choose the size and frame from the website. Frames are shipped with hanger, ready to hang.

No Reflection Glare

Peggy holds the finished product ready to hang. Notice the lack of glare in spite of the sun.

Ready to Hang

Ready to hang or ship, a hanger and two drywall screws are taped to the “Floater Frame” for use by the buyer. With this system you never have a crooked picture.

No Swing, No Sway

Peggy places a framed photograph on a hanger.

No swing, no sway. Swap picture locations at will.

Display several of our photographs and change them like you change your music – to fit your mood.

Floater Frame

The “Floater Frame” holds your picture in exact line with the wall, unlike wire hangers. The system holds the picture a slight distance from the wall and creates an interesting “shadow line.”

Picture Perfect

To order images call (360) 856-0581 or request via email.

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Tributes to

Lee Mann 

"Lee Mann became a mentor of sorts to me a few years ago. His encouragement to follow my heart and trust my inner voice will stick to my soul the rest of my days. Thank you Lee for all you have done to make the world a better place. There will be no replacement for you and you are already sorely missed.

~ Brad Wellman

"Hello Mr. Mann! You were my Library teacher oh so many years ago in Sedro Woolley. I have followed your career and your beautiful photos for a long time. They are very inspiring! It is truly a gift to be so talented and to be in a position to pursue it for most of your lifetime. I wish you the best.

~Sincerely, Rebecca (Ferrall) Banks

"What a talented and wonderful person, truly a delight in so many ways. A lover of nature, birds, animals, straight talking, and beauty in all forms. I will remember his work, all the fun times, and the sparkle in his eyes until the day I die. I miss you very, very much. Your pictures of the palouse are a treasure, being with you when you took them memorable beyond belief."