Satisfaction with any photo is covered by my guarantee. I will promptly give a full refund upon receiving the print back if you don't think the print is fantastic.
Shipping is included with the price of the print. For international orders, please use the appropriate button, which covers the additional shipping cost.
Prices shown are for printed-area as sized. Prints are on larger paper than the size shown, to facilitate mounting and framing. Unless stated, prints are not matted, but check for smaller sized prints that are mounted and covered with archival rag mat to be ready to frame in standard sizes. In those cases the description in the buy button will state both the print size and mat size and say they are ready to frame. I'm now (spring 2017) adding these prints to the purchase system, so if you don't see a matted option, me.
To order from the site, find any photo on the main site (not the blog -- the URL of a page on the main site will end with .html, while the blog pages URL ends with / ). If you're already on a page with a "buy a print" button, just click that. From a page without the buy button, some page that lists more than one photo, clicking on any photo or thumbnail photo will pop up a "lightbox" -- a floating image, including a link to the individual image's page (at the bottom of the "lightbox" image that will pop up with the click). On those pages linked under the image you'll buy button on the upper right. This will produce some options to buy a print with a credit card. Often the print can be much bigger, upon request. Please email me if you have any trouble with the cart system or any questions at all, or any requests. I carefully print each print, or hire it out if it's very large or a special surface, so don't hesitate to ask anything before or after ordering.
Prints are available to license for book covers, cd art, etc.
I add photos and change this site and organization very actively. If you check back weekly I'll promise there's a good chance of at least a new photo; I try images out on my Photo of the Week photo blog before they're officially here or for sale. Also prints are sometimes pulled to make room for new ones.
email me if you're interested in a an image in another size, if you want to talk about paper surface and toning, or anything else I can do for you.
Some prints are described specifically as silver gelatin (wet darkroom) prints in the prices of the "buy a print" button, and those are more expensive. Mostly I do my own printing on an Epson printer with archival pigment inks, and I use a variety of papers. Generally the paper choice will be mine, and it is a careful choice. I use the best fine art papers, and I choose based on how to get the image to really work. For prints with tricky colors I generally don't use matte papers. I tend to rely on Canson Baryta Photographique for those, and generally this paper is superb. Sometimes a little bit of texture is good, and for black and white interpretations I often use a matte paper, but again, some prints will work a bit better on something like the Canson Baryta as black and white. For the matte papers, I tend to use less textured paper to preserve detail, but sometimes a little more texture really works well with an image. It's rare that I'll go all the way to a very textured paper like the Aquarelle Watercolor paper from Canson, but sometimes it's great.
If you are curious about a print and the paper it will be on, please email me. I'm happy to explain my choices and describe a print for you for a particular image, and also I'm happy to respect your own preferences. I won't do something that I think just doesn't work, so I might not be willing to go along. But I will try to do what you want if I can get it to meet my standards. If you write me and say, "I've already got three other prints in my room on watercolor paper, and I'd love one with your image" -- I'll try to do it for you.
Please email me!
Prints are available framed as well. It will take longer for me to frame a print than to just print it. It is of course much better for me to ship a print and for you to work with your local frame shop.
An ever changing description of my approach is on this page.