Buying prints

Limited prints...

All photographs are available in limited numbers only and come signed and numbered on the image. I only ever release one edition of each photograph in one size, and once the limit is released that photograph is retired never to be printed again. This ensures you will receive a genuinely rare piece of art and protects your investment. As the number of available prints falls the price rises, so buy early for the best price.

...to gallery standards...

Quality is of the utmost importance to me. I use an award-winning photo lab in Germany and a technique that involves exposing silver halide paper with the image and then developing the traditional way in photo chemicals. Alongside each photograph I detail the printing method, paper, and finishing. Fuller descriptions of these are given below:

  • LightJet prints use the Oce LightJet exposure system to expose silver halide paper which is then developed in photo chemicals the traditional way. The result is impressive, natural colours and precise details free from print patterns.
  • Lambda prints use the modern Durst Lambda laser exposure system to expose silver halide paper which is then developed in photo chemicals the traditional way. Shows clear details and rich, authentic colours.
  • Kodak Pro Endura photo paper is an extremely colour stable paper known for brilliant highlights, strong colour contrasts, and a remakrable durability of 100 years.
  • Kodak Metallic photo paper gives metallic objects a glossy effect and strengthens their luminosity, has a broad colour spectrum, and is durable for 100 years.
  • Ilford baryta photo paper was first developed in 1866 and is used for black-and-white photography. It has a barium sulfate coating and is the most durable photo paper worldwide.
  • Fuji Crystal DP II is the leading photo paper for gallery prints from Fujicolour. It has an extremely broad colour range and is colour-fast for 75 years.
  • Passe-partouts are made of acid-free, extremely light-resistant, exceptionally fine Hahnemühle museum cardboard.
  • Solid black oak frames are made from high-quality solid wood, have a flat profile, and have a profile width of 0.79".
  • Aluminium Dibond comprises two thin aluminium sheets primed with a platinum white enamel sandwiching a black polyethylene core. This solid material has proven itself in galleries for many years and is strong and lightweight.
  • Mirogard museum glass is an anti-reflective, completely transparent glass by Schott. It minimises reflections to less than 1 per cent of light, compared to around 8 per cent with conventional glass.
  • Acrylic glass is surprisingly light and shatter-proof and protects your photo from UV radiation.

...delivered to your door

Every framed artwork is shipped with a protective cover in art-secure packaging customised to the individual piece. Large formats and panoramas ship in tailor-made wooden crates. I ship via UPS to 41 countries around the world including Europe and North America. Shipping costs vary depending on the location and size of the photograph and will be indicated to you clearly before you checkout. Please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery as each photograph is printed and finished on demand.