You can purchase any of the photos in the Galleries on my homepage as a fine-art print. Some of those are already available in my print shop, and more get added continuously. Beneath each photo in my galleries, you will find information about print availability.
If a photo is already part of my print shop, you have access to an automatic ordering process where you can select sizes, add your details, and make your payment. You find more information in our terms.
If a photo is not part of the print shop yet, you can use the contact form to request a print of that photo.
I have been using Whitewall to print my photos for many years. That's why I also trust them with the printing of the photos available in my shop.
My favorite paper for fine-art prints is Whitewall's Hahnemühle Pearl paper. It represents colors of exceptional quality and has a subtle texture and soft satin finish.
That's why I have selected it as paper for the premium prints you can buy in my print shop. It is durable and easy to handle, which makes framing simple.
Fuji Crystal Archive Silk
As a more budget-friendly option, I also offer photo prints on Fuji Crystal Archive DPII Silk. It's another paper I've used for my personal prints a lot in the past. The silky finish gives the paper a high-quality look while reducing reflections.
As the Hahnemühle paper, the Fuji Crystal Archive is durable and easy to handle for framing.
Other options are available upon request. Examples are Acrylic Photo Prints.
Available sizes for each photo are indicated in the print shop. I offer sizes ranging from 30 to 90cm on the longer side for most images on my website. I selected these sizes to allow easy framing. Each print also has a 1cm white frame, which is added to the sizes indicated in the shop.
If you are interested in a custom print on custom material, larger sizes are also possible. It's the case for Acrylic Photo Prints or Canvas Prints. In case you are interested in such a custom print, contact me.
I sell prints in my shop without a frame. It gives you control over the frame choice. I still want to provide a recommendation for frames in which my photos will look perfect on your walls. My photos look best behind Artglass or Museum glass in a photo frame by Halbe Rahmen. In the video below, I show you what you get if you buy one of their frames and how easy it is to frame a photo.
To get the correct frame size, you should add 10cm to the dimension of my photos for both the long and the short sides. It will allow you to use a passepartout that adds 5cm of framing around the image to give it a classic look.
As an example: For a 60cm x 40cm print, I'd recommend a 70cm x 50cm frame, with a passepartout that has a 70cm x 50cm outer dimension and a cutout of 60cm x 40cm.
The prints will be shipped rolled in sturdy, tubelike packaging. I currently offer delivery into all countries of the EU, plus the UK, Switzerland, Norway, the USA, and Canada. The prints will be shipped from Whitewall.
Shipping prices will be indicated once you add your address to the ordering process. For Germany, the flat rate is 5 Euros, for countries of the EU, 10 Euros, for the UK, Switzerland, Norway, the USA, and Canada, 20 Euro. Those prices are independent of the print size.
If you order prints for more than 250 Euros, shipping is free for countries of the EU. For the UK, Switzerland, Norway, the USA, and Canada, shipping is free for orders of more than 300 Euros.
Please note that for the delivery to countries outside of the European Union, additional customs and tax costs might occur, which are outside of our responsibility.
For each product in the shop, I've added the original photo and a room mockup - similar to the one shown above. The mockup gives you an idea, of how the print might look in a room setting in terms of color and brightness. Being a mockup, it is not an accurate representation of the real print in an actual room. Format and size might also differ for the mockup.
Some of my best photos are also available as a calendar via Calvendo. You find more information about the included photos here: