I ran across Daniel’s photography on Instagram and knew we had to buy a photograph for our home. Not only is his work incredible, but he was delightful to work with and the order process was incredibly smooth. We are from the United States, so were a bit concerned about buying art from across the world. There was no need to be concerned. Daniel was responsive and helpful (and didn’t seem annoyed by all my questions on size and printing paper). And once we ordered, Daniel had it processed right away and it arrived in pristine shape. The photograph is stunning and now has a special place over our bed and reminds us of our NZ elopement. We couldn’t be happier!

Allison, United States of America
We were looking for quite a specific image to take pride of place in our reception, preferably by a local artist or photographer, and after some Google searching I discovered Daniel’s website and the ‘Rakaia River’ jumped out at me instantly. The information on the website was excellent (sizing, media, shipping) and the process from placing the order to receiving the canvas was simple and fast.  We even received a photo of the canvas before it was packed up to be shipped to us!
Shannon, AgriMagic Limited, New Zealand

We first saw one of Daniel’s photos on the Canterbury Weather Facebook page. We then decided to approach Daniel to look at purchasing a selection of his photos for our work place.  Daniel provided quick service and talked us through the different media he could provide us in regards to where we were hanging the photos. We are absolutely wrapped with the images we purchased, they look fantastic and brighten up our plain white walls.

Sarah, MorrisonAgri, New Zealand

I came across the beautiful “Kahurangi Gold” on Daniel’s Instagram account. I messaged Daniel about the picture and he responded very quickly and directed me to his website.  Daniel’s website was very easy to navigate and he provided excellent advice on what paper to use. He kept me up to date with the whole printing and dispatch process. A few days later the art arrived in Melbourne.  Packaging was spot on and the piece was in perfect condition. I could not rate Daniel any higher for is true professionalism. A complete 10 out of 10. One very happy customer.

Tony, Melbourne, Australia

Ordering prints

All images in my gallery are available for purchase as prints.  Payment is via Paypal (Paypal accepts credit cards).

Pricing is available via the drop-down boxes on the individual images following selection of the media and size.

Scroll down for further details on format, sizing, media options, and shipping.

To licence an image, see here.

Formats and sizing

Three different formats (aspect ratios) are available: landscape, panoramic, and portrait.  Each image in my gallery has been tailored to the format I consider provides the best presentation.  Within each format there are various sizes available.

The formats and sizing available are illustrated here.  Click on the relevant diagram to browse images according to that format.

If you’ve seen an image on this website and you’d like it in a different format and/or size, that’s not a problem!  Just contact me with your request.

Media and shipping

Three media options are available: canvas, fine art paper, and lustre archive paper.  The prints are shipped unsigned and do not contain any logos or copyright information.

Canvas

The canvas is coated with UV resistant liquid laminate for long-life and stretched onto a 20mm wooden frame.  Produced by the professional team at The Photo Gallery in Dunedin, New Zealand.

For shipping, canvas prints are bubble-wrapped and then enclosed in corrugated cardboard for extra protection.

New Zealand – Free!
Rest of the World – n/a

Unfortunately at the current time I’m unable to ship canvas prints internationally due to the high costs involved (however, please get in touch if you’d like me to look into this for you).

Fine art paper

The Fine Art Paper is a 100% Cotton fourdrinier-made rag paper (310 GSM) from Ilford. With no optical brighteners and the longevity, image stability and a clean matte surface, this is the perfect choice for crisp detail.  The textured cotton features a contoured surface for enhanced creative expression.  This option is printed by the professional laboratory at The Photo Lab, Christchurch, New Zealand.

The paper is cut with an additional 20 mm (approximate) of unprinted/white paper around all sides of the image, which makes placing the print in a mat or frame much easier.

 Fine art paper prints are rolled in acid-free tissue paper and shipped in a sturdy cardboard tube.

New Zealand – Free!
Australia – $40 NZD
Rest of the World – $75 NZD

Lustre archive paper

More officially known as ‘Fujicolor Crystal Archive Digital Lustre Paper Type PD”, the Lustre Archive Paper is Fuji’s highest grade and longest lasting paper.  It offers colour reproduction which has accurate and vibrant colours with a “true-to-life” look.  This option is also produced by the experts at The Photo Lab.

The paper is cut with an additional 20 mm (approximate) of unprinted/white paper around all sides of the image, which makes placing the print in a mat or frame much easier.

 Lustre archive prints are rolled in acid-free tissue paper and shipped in a sturdy cardboard tube.

New Zealand – Free!
Australia – $40 NZD
Rest of the World – $75 NZD

Additional information

Shipping and handling costs are automatically calculated and added to your total at the website checkout.  Please note that if you’re located in an especially far-flung location then higher shipping and handling costs may apply and you’ll be advised following your order.

Following payment please allow 1-2 weeks for the image to be shipped.  Delivery within New Zealand typically takes 3-5 working days.   Delivery worldwide may take approximately 8-10 working days.

For full terms and conditions, including details on returns and refunds, please see my Terms and Conditions page.

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