I hope you enjoy my online portfolio. You are welcome to support me and my photography by purchasing a print. The level of detail and emotional impact of a print is something special that will fascinate you for many years. You can buy prints by clicking in the galleries and series at the desired photo on "Order print". If you have any questions about prints, I’m more than happy to help you.
Limited Editions Photographs
All of my photos are printed in Limited Editions of 100. Each individual photograph is marked with an individual edition number and is personally signed by me. Furthermore, a corresponding certificate of authenticity is provided with each print.
The FineArt print is printed on Fuji Crystal DP II photo paper which is characterized by very intense and brilliant colors. The high-quality photo paper guarantees 75 years of highest color brilliance. On request you can get the print with a classic white border in width of 1cm.
FineArt Print (on Aluminum Backing)
The print is laminated on a 3mm thick aluminum dibond plate and sealed in order to protect against external influences. The integrated wall-mounts on the back of the picture allow you to easily hang the product securely. As with the FineArt Print (framed), printing is done on glossy Fuji Crystal DP II photo paper.
FineArt Print (under Acrylic Glass)
The photo print is protected by crystal clear acrylic glass on the front and laminated on an aluminum dibond plate. The acrylic glass coating enhances the colour brilliance and depth effect of the photo. The alu dibond plate on the back provides additional stability.
Format and Size
The standard format for prints is 3:2, 2:1, 3:1 or 16:9. Prints are available in sizes from 30cm up to 120cm width. Custom sizes are available on request.
You can find my photos in the gallery and the collections. In the gallery, selected photos are grouped into portfolios. In the series the photos are arranged according to ecosystems, regions and themes.
Each screen presents colors slightly different. Please note that there may be color differences between your screen and the print.