Order a print yourself – choose the size and format – and have it delivered swiftly to your home!
More companies than ever offer personalised printing of images into a choice of formats: prints on paper, metal, canvas and more, and at loads of different sizes.
Manufacturers in Europe include My Picture, PhotoBox, and Bonusprint. In the US Shutterfly, Costcophoto, and Snapfish. In New Zealand Happy Moose and in Australia PhotoBox.
Buy a digital file
Now, customers can buy the use of a digital file of a painting to order a print themselves. This is especially good for international customers as it removes the need for costly postage. A single digital file is for one-time use for personal or domestic enjoyment only. Prices start at £27 for a small composition. Most are £37.
Please contact me here or message me through my Facebook page with the title of the painting you’d like to use. I will normally respond to you within hours. I will send you your chosen digital file after I have received the payment.
What will it cost?
The cost of the use of a digital file is £27 to £37. The cost of production of your print will depend on what format and size you want. As an example, a 40cm x 40cm canvas print will be about £20 to £30. But a smaller print on paper may be £20 or less. Don’t forget the cost of postage – usually between £5 and £10.
Would you like me to order your print for you?
If you’re not sure how to order a print and the best format and size, please contact me and we can discuss what you’d like. I will be happy to place the order on your behalf and have your print posted straight to you from the manufacturer. For a standard service for domestic customers, I charge a fee of £25. More complex
Which painting would like a print of?
Copyright & terms
Legal stuff! I own the copyright on all my paintings – even if the actual, physical painting has been bought – and the copyright is retained by me, its creator, for 70 years after my death. Please respect me and the images I take many hours to create.
The purchase of a digital file is a contractual agreement between the copyright owner (me) and you, the customer, which grants you licence to use the digital file as agreed (one-off personal or domestic use). After you have had your print made, you must agree to delete the digital file from your computer or device. Thank you.