I am excited to be offering prints for sale of some of my work. In today’s world we are experiencing most photography only on our screens, however the end result of photography for me will always be a print!
At the moment I am offering 30 selected images as prints for sale. Please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in an image not currently in this selection.
What print size are you offering?
I am offering three sizes for every image. 6x4 images are available in 15.0” x 10.0”, 30.0” x 20.0” and 45.0” x 30.0”. Other formats (square, 14x11, etc) are available in similar sizes, which you can see on the print order page. There you can also view the print on the wall of a virtual room to give you a better idea of the size!
What type of printing and paper are you offering?
All my prints are produced by theprintspace, a creative photographic and fine art print studio and gallery in London using Giclée printing. Giclée printing (French “gicler” meaning “to squirt or spray”) is a fine art digital printing process combining pigment based inks with high quality archival quality paper to achieve an inkjet print of superior archival quality.
All images are printed on Hahnemühle Bamboo paper, which is a fine art paper made from 90% Bamboo fibres and 10% cotton and is therefore especially environmentally friendly. It is also particularly suitable for warm-toned colour and monochrome prints and offers maximum ageing resistance.
Are you shipping worldwide?
Yes, international shipping is available!
How much is shipping?
Free delivery is included in the price, globally! All orders are shipped using Royal Mail signed for services.
Can I also order mounting and/or framing?
Mounting and framing is not available at the moment.
How will the print look like in real life?
There are differences between the appearance of an image on screen and a print of the same image. A computer screen gives off light while a print reflects light that is falling on it.
Furthermore your monitor might no be calibrated correctly, so that you won’t see the colours correctly (e.g. to cool or warm), but also the ambient light will have an effect on how you perceive the colours.
To give you an idea I added a couple of images of an actual print and a short unpacking video, but this again is a digital representation of the print seen on a screen…
Please don’t hesitate to contact me on email@example.com if you have any questions not listed here!