Print info

Investing in photographic prints can be confusing, so we offer a limited number of options so you can choose the right format for you.

Open edition prints are produced in unlimited runs according to demand. They can be an affordable way of owning beautiful images.

Limited edition prints are precisely that - each edition is limited to a certain number of prints, and each individual print is hand numbered, and signed by the photographer.  For example, if a print is in an edition of 25, you may see '3/25', which indicates it is the third print produced in that edition. 

        C-Type Prints 

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C-Type Photographic Printing, also know as Silver Halide printing is a traditional technology using light-sensitive paper and silver based chemistry. Silver Halide printing is one of the most archival forms of printing photos but offers affordable prints for those on a budget. Fuji Professional photo papers allows for breathtaking results at an affordable price. Only available on certain images.


Giclee (fine art) prints

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Our fine art (giclee) prints use the very best fine art papers by Hahnemuhle. Our giclee prints are for customers looking for the highest quality, archival digital inkjet prints available.

We only use professional Epson Stylus Pro large format printers with Epson UltraChrome HD Inks. All of our fine art prints are lightfast for 100 years. Prints are sent out securely rolled in cardboard tubes, or can be purchased in mounts ready to frame.

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Ltd Edition fine art prints

Limited Edition fine art prints are produced in the same way as the fine art prints, but are also signed and numbered by the photographer. Prints are produced in strictly limited editions, so these are ideal for collectors. Most of our limited edition prints are not available as C-type or open edition fine art prints, so you know you are investing in something special.

Custom orders such as canvases, large prints, personalised items or framed orders require a deposit of 50%