Below, you will find my
price guidelines for prints of images and for licensed images supplied
in digital format for commercial usage. For
printed images, prices vary from £79 for a 16 inch (longest side)
Fine Art print up to £245 for a giant 36 inch stretched canvas on
stretcher, including delivery. Image printing is done
by Redcliffe Imaging of Bristol onto
archival-quality media using top-end longlife pigmented inks. When an
order is placed, the lab handles the rest, including delivery.
Redcliffe Imaging Fine
Art Printing (right-click on link to open in new browser window): http://www.redcliffe.co.uk/digital_fine_art_printing.htm
USING THE GALLERIES
The images are presented
in six galleries - links above, classified by
geography and weather-type.
Each gallery consists of
a series of thumbnail images. Mouse over them
for brief captions. If you click on a thumbnail you will be taken to
see an 800 pixel wide enlargement with a more detailed caption plus a
specific link to email me if you want to purchase or enquire about an
image. The subject line of your email to
me will automatically
include the item number you are interested in.
licensed digital images, please email me giving details of intended
use. The high-resolution image will be supplied by me in TIFF format at
a normal resolution of 300 pixels per inch, either by CD or by email
(please note that they are anything upwards of 40 megabytes in size!).
For print orders, payment in full, by cheque, by postal order or by
is required prior to an order being printed. When paying by cheque this
will involve a slight delay while the cheque clears. My apologies in
advance for this but I cannot afford to have an expensive stretched
canvas print made and then find that a cheque has been returned, as I
am sure you will appreciate!
orders in digital format will be supplied with an invoice.
Turnaround with the printers is normally 10-15 days.
For prints, delivery is by UPS - please see: http://www.redcliffe.co.uk/fine_art/terms-fine-art.htm
For images supplied in digital format, UK delivery is included: it can
by email (not recommended if the intended usage is large-format) or by
first-class post on a CD-ROM, or via the Mail BigFile service.
For international enquiries involving shipping, please contact me by
email and I will make
enquiries regarding delivery logistics/costs and get back to you
Canvas prints on 100% pure cotton artist canvas (340g/square metre),
carefully hand-stretched and secured over a mitred and wedged wooden
stretcher frame. Stretched canvas prints can be either gallery wrapped,
where the image wraps around the edge of the stretcher or image flush,
where the edge of the stretched canvas shows bare white canvas.
The size of the stretcher dictates how far
the canvas will stand from your wall.
(as of July 2011) vary from £100 for a 16 x 10 inch
canvas (18mm frame) up to £245 for a giant 36 x 24 inch canvas (45mm
frame), including delivery.
FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTS
Printed using the latest imaging equipment and profiling technology
with archival quality pigmented inks onto fine art and photo-base
papers. The inks are UV stable and offer a lifespan of 100+ years.
Choose from 325 gsm Hahnemuhle
Baryte (semi-gloss finish) or 308 gsm Hahnemuhle
Photo Rag (absolute matte finish). Please right-click either link
to open in a new browser window if you want to find out more. These
prints are unmounted, as I feel there is such a range of personal
tastes when it comes to mounting and framing pictures, and it is
therefore best left for the customer to decide!
(as of July 2011) vary from £79.00 for a 16 inch print to £120.00 for a 36 x
24-inch print, including delivery.
LIBRARY: COMMERCIAL USAGE OF IMAGES
The following prices are for commercial usage i.e. if any admission
charge, purchase price, license fee or other revenue stems from the
materials or situations in which the images are used. For
non-commercial use the charge will be subject to discount. In either
case, commercial or non-commercial, please email me, citing the
image(s) in question, with details of intended usage and we can make
the appropriate arrangements.
Special Offer from July 2009 - 10% discount for first order from new
Low production run (<10,000):
Up to 1/4 page £30
Up to 1/2 page £40
Full page £50
Medium production run (10,000 to 100,000):
Up to 1/4 page £60
Up to 1/2 page £80
Full page £100
High production run (>100,000)
Up to 1/4 page £120
Up to 1/2 page £160
Full page £200
Low circulation (<10,000):
Up to 1/4 page £40
Up to 1/2 page £50
Full page £60
Medium circulation (10,000 to 100,000):
Up to 1/4 page £80
Up to 1/2 page £100
Full page £120
Mass circulation (>100,000):
Up to 1/4 page £160
Up to 1/2 page £200
Full page £240
For 6 Months £30
For 12 months £60
For 5 years £120
For 10 years £240
- web, CDs etc
For 6 Months £20
For 12 months £40
For 5 years £80
For 10 years £160
Inside cover/booklet - low production run (<10,000) £100
Inside cover/booklet - medium production run (10,000 to 100,000)
Inside cover/booklet - high production run (>100,000) £300
Cover - low production run (<10,000) £200
Cover - medium production run (10,000 to 100,000) £300
Cover - high production run (>100,000) £400
Museums & Galleries:
For 6 months: £100
For 12 months: £200
Up to A5: £150
A5 to A4: £225
CONFIDENTIALITY: Any data collected from any customers of this website
in their placing of orders and payments (specifically email addresses,
telephone numbers and postal addresses) will remain confidential and
will not, with the exception of delivery addresses (which my printer
will need), be shared with any third parties.
COPYRIGHT: All content within www.geologywales.co.uk/storms is unless
otherwise accredited the property of John Mason (Copyright, Designs and
Patents Act 1988). Unauthorised use of any of said content in any
manner will result in legal proceedings being taken out against the
IMAGE LICENSING: Images from the slide library are supplied for single
use only and must not be used in any other application unless by prior
agreement. They must be accredited in writing to John Mason.
Calibration and colour-management have been applied to the equipment
and the images throughout the scanning, processing and printing stages
of the workflow. However, it is important to understand that many
people use computer monitors that have not been colour-calibrated. As a
demonstration of this, go into your local electrical superstore and
look at the display of tv screens on the back wall. They are usually
all displaying the same channel but each set has slight differences in
colour, density and contrast. For that reason, it's worth getting your
monitor calibrated if colours look a bit "off". This is less of an
issue than it used to be, but I thought I'd mention it.