Buy Prints & cards
Buy Greetings Cards click on this link to view the cards.
Buy a set of Fine Art Greetings Cards featuring classic photos from the 60s and 70s. They're A6 size, printed on 350gsm card and come with envelopes. Any 5 for £10, any 10 for £15, any 20 for £26 and any 40 for £50. Prices include VAT but delivery is extra. Currently available only in the UK & Europe. Email me for other countries and I'll work something out.
Click the "Buy Greetings Cards" link above to see all 10 images. Click on the "+ Cart" box immediately below that image to open the next window where you choose how many you want: 5, 10, 20 or 40 cards. Click the radio button and a new window opens automatically where you can drag & drop the images until you have filled all the slots. Click on "Save Selection". If you also want to buy another selection, repeat the process. When you've finished, click on "Add to Cart" (big orange button bottom left corner) to take you to checkout.
This is a newly set up feature. If you notice any problems, please do email me so I can correct it.
Please remember that, although you would own the physical card, you must not make copies, reproduce it or upload it to any social networking sites (because of their Terms & Conditions). The images are protected by international copyright laws.
Buy prints for display
Photos look wonderful as framed prints displayed at home for your enjoyment. Most of the photos here are available to buy as prints. Please remember that, although you would own the physical print, you must not make copies, reproduce it or upload it to any social networking sites (because of their Terms & Conditions). The images are protected by international copyright laws.
If you want to buy prints for display in a commercial setting there would be a fee for this business use.
Stock Photos and Copyright. Stuff you really need to know.
You've found a photo. Can you use it? It was on the internet so it must be free, right? No, probably not. If you're thinking of using an image, you almost certainly need permission from whoever owns that image otherwise you may be committing a criminal offence (copyright theft) plus you'll get a surprise bill later. This site gives bite-sized information on basic copyright and stuff you really need to know.
Picture Research Association
The PRA is an organisation for media professionals involved with images. Among many services for members, publishers and employers are a magazine, bulletin, and a freelance register for those seeking work.
John Walmsley at the National Portrait Gallery, London.
Prints held in the Permanent Collection at the NPG, London, including Vanessa Redgrave at the Grosvenor Square demonstration in 1968.