Keith Eastwell Fine Art Photography

Buying my Photographs - A Guide

Buying my Photographs - A Guide


Who Prints them and How?

The first answer is the easy bit: I PRINT THEM. I do all the work, not one part of the process is outsourced and no one else is involved. I press the shutter release, print them and if they are mounted and framed, I do that as well. I even wrap the photographs and take your order to the local Post Office.


I like to be in charge of the whole process because only I know how one of my photographs should look and be presented.


All photographs are digitally printed. The colour process is calibrated using a colour spectrometer, which sounds mildly impressive and means the colour I see on my monitor, is a pretty good match to the final print. The Black and White photographs are also calibrated to give an accurate representation of the grey scale from white to black with a good range of tonal greys and no bronzing. In short I don't select a picture and just press print, there is a process behind it. 


The Photograph

All photographs are printed on quality 220gsm card that has a semi gloss finish. Each print is also laminated to seal the photograph against the elements. The laminate has a high gloss finish that improves saturation in colour prints as well as improving the depth of white to back in monochrome photographs. The prints can be framed free standing, depending on size or hung on a wall. 


Sizes - Prices

There are 3 sizes (Although some Images are not available as A3 photographs.)

A5: 14.8 x 21cm = 5.8 x 8.3    inches       £4.95 

A4: 21 x 29.7cm = 8.3 x 11.7  inches.      £6.95

A3: 29.7x420cm = 11.7 x 16.5 inches.     £13.50

All prints will have a very small white border of approx 5mm.


There are always discount vouchers available: Click  vouchers 


Postage and Packing

Although not convenient for everyone, all orders are sent signed for. This adds a bit of security for you the customer as well as me the seller and this way the order is also insured.

The Postage cost is one size fits all: It was the easiest way of working this out given the endless combinations.


The cost is £4.00 per order.