purchasing prints

If you are interested in purchasing one or more of my images, please send me an e-mail. Simply include the name(s) of the images in question together with the desired kind of print and / or the kind of usage. I will contact you as soon as possible to clear the details.

Alternatively you can fill out this form:

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Image selection(Names or URLs of the images) (required)

Kind of print / Usage1
Print on photo paperBlack and White print (even available for color images)print on fine-art paperMiscellaneous

Comment

Standard Print
This print will be printed especially for you in a very hight quality on semigloss photo paper (about 250g/m2) with uv-resistant ink.

Fine-Art Print
This print will be printed especially for you on Hahnemühle Fine-Art Pearl paper (285g/m2) with a pearl glossy effect. This long living (up to 100 years), archival and acid free paper is one of the best available today and meets the hight quality museum and gallery standards. The look and feel of this paper is like traditional Baryt photo paper. Fine-Art prints are signed on your wish by the artist either on the back or on the front.

Price examples of standard print sizes in 3:2 format. Please ask for other formats, sizes, materials or special wishes.

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Kind of print

Photo paper
Fine-Art paper
Other

Price 30x20cm

20,-
35,-
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Price 45x30cm

40,-
60,-
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Price 60x40cm

60,-
90,-
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All prices shown here are EUR prices.

1 At the moment you can choose between two different kinds of prints. Alternatively other materials can be used. Please contact me directly in this case via e-mail or the contact form.

 

Please note: a printed photo is a different medium than a self-illuminating screen, therefore you may notice colour shifts compared to the images presented in the Internet. This differences are a result of the different kind of papers and the compressed colour space of the used printer. Also, the light in which you are viewing the printed photo may affect the visual appearance – a print viewed under artificial light may look too warm or too cold compared to daylight (6500 Kelvin). Please keep that in mind, when viewing the printed product.

 

Public and commercial use

For any other public and/or commercial interest or if you have any questions regarding my photos, please contact me directly.