About Your Print


Buying a Limited Edition means when all prints are sold, no more will be reproduced as Limited Editions at this size again, therefore preserving the uniqueness and rarity of the image.


All Images are professionally printed by a reputable Photographic Print Lab. When I am satisfied the image is up to my high standards, I will emboss with an edition stamp, sign and number the edition on the front.

All limited edition prints are supplied with a certificate of authenticity and are sent unframed.


All photographs are printed to a very high archival standard so every image deserves to be printed on paper that compliments its subject. Having had a lifetime of experience shooting and printing my own work I have chosen the best papers that fit with the image being printed.

Below are a list of the papers I use. You will find the type of paper I have chosen for each image on the relevant print edition page.

Hahnemühle Fine Art Pearl 285gsm

I love using this paper for black and white and some colour prints. It creates deep rich blacks with a very subtle matt/gloss finish. It is not a gloss paper more matt with a slight shine. You can also see a slight texture in the paper produced by the fibres. It is acid and lignin free meeting the exacting requirements for age resistance.

See more about this paper here.

Hahnemühle German Etching 310gsm

A thick matt paper which has a paper texture more akin to watercolour paper. This gives prints a fantastic matt feel and is traditional mould-made copperplate printing paper. It is Acid and lignin free meeting the most exacting requirements in terms of age resistance.

See more about this paper here.

Fuji Pearl (Metallic)

This is a lovely glossy paper with a metallic shine. It is absolutely ideal for bright colourful images which pop! I used this for my Woodland series as it really makes them stand out.

See more about this paper here.