This framed image taken by William N. Jennings, an amateur photographer from Philadelphia, is recognized by George Eastman house as one in a set of the first four photographs ever taken of lightning. This Giclée print reproduction was created with long-life inks on archival, fiber-based paper. Giclée refers to a process of shooting millions of ink droplets per second through microscopic nozzles onto the paper for a seamless, continuous tone surface. With Giclée printing, images are scanned and the digital image is then sent directly to a high resolution, graphics printer. Comes with certificate of authenticity.