Hauteville House, Victor Hugo's Exile Home, Guernsey

Printing process and materials

The technique used to print all photographs shown in galleries is Fine Art Giclée (*) Printing, a digital printing process providing very high archival quality prints. This high standard of printing is achieved with the use of:
- a specialty inkjet printer with the latest high performance technology
- archival pigment inks which are UV stable pigments (and not ink dye)
- a mould made traditional 100% rag fine art paper 300gsm weight. This fine art paper has been specially chosen for my photographs. It has a special matt coating. It is of archival quality and is acid free.
(*) Giclée means ‘squirt’ in French

- All photos are unmounted and unframed unless expressly arranged between the photographer and purchaser at an agreed upon price.

Limited editions
All photographs are original. Each view is sold as a limited edition of 50 prints: no more than 50 prints of the same view will be made in the same format and using the same media material or paper quality.
Photographs are numbered, titled and signed (right corner of lower white border) and delivered with a certificate of authenticity.

Photo sizes
All photographs are available in two sizes, either 16'' x 12'' (40,65cm x 30,50cm) and 24'' x 18'' (60,95cm x 45,70cm) or 18'' x 12'' (45,70cm x 30,50cm) and 27'' x 18'' (68,60cm x 45,70cm). See Boutique pages for details.
The 5cm white border is not included in the provided dimensions.
Should you be interested in getting other formats, please do not hesitate to send me an email via the Contact Me tab.

Prices for each photograph are found in the Boutique. Please note that prices do not include postage and packing fees.
Payments are made via PayPal, a safe and easy way to complete your transaction using your debit or credit card number. PayPal accepts the following cards:

All photos are delivered in protective tubes.
Photos are mailed within 5 weekdays from date of purchase. The purchaser will be sent a confirmation email once the photograph has been posted.

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