As a welcoming introduction to my work, please free to order this print totally free!
I would normally sell this sized image for £500 (framed), so that’s a huge bargain.
It would look great either at home, in the office or in your restaurant/cafe.
Even though it’s free, you will still receive a high quality product that reflects my normal standards. You will be ordering a 20″x30″ giclee print, produced on high quality Somerset Enhanced Velvet 225gsm paper, which has excellent archival properties meaning your art will retain it’s original colour for 100+ years. All handled by the excellent Spectrum Photographic lab in Hove on the south coast of England.
I have recently set up the ability for you to buy prints of my photos directly from the site under three main options.
Prints are available in the following sizes.
All images are Giclee prints produced on Somerset Enhanced Velvet White Matte 225gsm paper. This paper will not only provide the highest quality for the image, but will also ensure your photo has an excellent long life due to the archival properties of the paper, meaning your image will not fade for hundreds of years.
Framed prints are available in the following sizes:
The images are as per the print details above but these items come pre-framed, using a classic black wooden frame, and a 3″ plain white window mount.
If you just want a high-res copy so that you can use the image as you wish, you can license a download at market rates. The copyright remains with me.
Most of the images are suitable for use as art in offices, restaurants etc, and the photos are also suitable for use in editorial or reportage.
I am currently running an offer where you can receive 15% off the listed price on your first purchase when you use voucher code “15%OFF” at the checkout.
Visit the Portfolio page to browse images for sale.
Trisha Ziff is trying to raise $20,000 to cover costs of showing the film at the IFC cinemas in New York and Laemmle 5 in LA with as part of DOCUWEEKS. With the ultimate aim of getting nominated for an oscar.
If you love photography, this is a project worth checking out.
So after my last post about the Diana+, I’ve now had a further problem with the very first film that I took. I posted the film off to Peak Imaging to get processed but they gave me a call to say that there had been huge amounts of light leaked onto the film. They still processed the film to check, but as they suspected every shot was worthless.
It appears that you have to make sure that the film is kept as tight as possible on the spools to minimise the possibility of light leaking in.
I should have probably watched this video first showing the best method to load it.