Landscape Photographer from the South West of Western Australia


Prints are available of any of the images displayed on this site. Prints up to 95cm in length and 43cm in width will be printed on an Epson 3880 printer using Epson UltraChrome K3 inks, and on quality paper. Unless otherwise negotiated Epson Photo Gloss 250 paper will be used. These inks and papers are archival quality.

The possible size that prints can be made varies from image to image. Many of the images are composed of many separate shots, and have enough resolution to print extremely large. Once the required size exceeds 95cm in length the print will be sent to a photo imaging service, and the costs jump.

An alternative to printing on paper is to have a print on Ultra Gloss paper, mounted on an aluminium composite panel. Each panel is supplied with hidden 10mm standoffs and appears to “float” off the wall. These look absolutely stunning and very modern. As there are no additional costs for framing, this is a surprisingly economical option.

Please email to enquire about costs.

Indicative costs for a 95cm x 43cm (including borders) print are $200. Smaller sizes are proportionately less. A similar sized print on Ultra Gloss paper, mounted on an aluminium composite panel  would cost $475AUD. Delivery costs for this option is extra, or it can be picked up in North Perth.

2 responses

  1. Hi Ian,

    Fantastic images! Wondering if we can obtain permission to use some on our website. We are a winery located on Metricup Rd.

    Happy to pay for the privilige or discuss any other options that could be mutually beneficial.

    Larry Jorgensen

    January 20, 2012 at 1:23 pm

  2. Jim Watts

    Hi Ian,
    Can not see how this photo can be beaten.


    Jim Watts

    October 29, 2015 at 10:23 am

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