In this digital day and age, a lot of photos taken will end up on a hard drive. They will never see daylight again after they have been shown on Instagram or any other digital platform. For me as a photographer, the artistic journey isn't over untill my photos are printed and made the transfer from a digital image to a real product I can hold in my hands and hang on the wall. Therefor I love to make prints of my photos.
My opinion is that every photo deserves the best quality and treatment there is. A lot of effort is made to make the photo, so why settle of less. Also, the process of printing is a creative process that is strongly connected to the final product.
In the old days, the photographer was involved in all the aspects of making a photo. From clicking the button on the camera, to processing the film and to developing the end product. During this process the photographer had to make choices which had big influences on the end product. Nowadays all the principles of getting a end product are the same, and I as a photographer want to have influence on how my photo ends up as an end product. Therefor I will be part of every process from making the photo with my camera, untill delivering the print to the customer.
To get the best print there is, I will only use a technic called Fine Art Printing (also known as Giclee). This technic uses high quality pigmented inks and archival papers to get the best results. I will only use the best archival cotton paper there is, so the pictures will have a gallery quality.
What I mean with that is that this combination of high end inks and paper is used by galleries all over the world. And the prints are guarenteed to last at least 100 years.
All this so you will have a special print on your wall which would not be misplaced in a museum or gallery!
When you see a print you like, please send me an email so we can work out how to get the print to your house. All prices shown are inclusive VAT and exclusive delivery costs.
This is a limited edition (only 25 are made), hand signed and numbered, photo of Eric Clayton during the Athens performance in 2019. The photo is printed on A4-size paper.
Hahnemühle Photo Rag Bright White 310 gr paper
240 x 160 mm (9,4 x 6,3 inches)
This is a limited edition (only 25 are made), hand signed and numbered, photo of Eric Clayton during the Brainstorm Festival holding the American Flag. The photo is printed on A4-size paper.
Epson Cold Press Bright 340 gr paper
160 x 215 mm (6,3 x 8,5 inches)
This is a limited edition (only 25 are made), hand signed and numbered, photo of Eric Clayton during the Brainstorm Festival. The photo is printed on A4-size paper.
Epson Cold Press Natural 340 gr paper
240 x 160 mm (9,4 x 6,3 inches)
All my prints will come in a limited edition of only 25 or less. When they are sold, no new ones of that size will ever be made.
All my prints are printed on the best quality cotton rag paper there is. The paper will be specialy hand choosen to get the best presentation of the photo.
All my prints will come hand signed and numbered, and with a certificate of authenticity to prove you have an original print.