Frequently Asked Questions - artentic

artentic photography

Frequently Asked Questions

Feel free to contact me, I'm here to help. But before you do, check out the most common questions below, maybe your answer is already there! If not, drop me a line and I will get back to you as soon as I can.

There is a lot to be done and not much time to do it. Editing the photos usually eats up a lot of time but I still try to add one or two every week. There are no rules though. Join my mailing list or follow me on social media to get all the updates.

All my photos are Creative Commons meaning that you can use them on your personal blog as long as you credit me as the author. You can’t edit them or use in any sort of advertising without my consent. Please read the Licensing section.

When browsing my galleries you’ll see a ‘buy’ button next to each photo. Just click on it and you’ll be taken to the checkout when you can customise your order.

There are four professional photographic paper types that you can have the images printed on: lustre, glossy, matte and metallic. Additionally you can print on canvas. You can find more info here.

Yep, mounted and framed prints are on the menu. You can make your pick in the checkout or read more about your options here.

Absolutely, the shipping will work out cheaper for you if you buy in bulk. If you’re a business willing to purchase large number of prints please contact me and we can discuss the details.

All customisations can be made in the checkout. You can choose your print size and crop the images if you want to print just a certain part of a photo.

Nothing to worry about. The orders you place are forwarded onto a professional printing lab and dispatched to you from there. In case something happens just let me know and I will get that sorted out for you. Please read the Support section first.

Pretty much, yeah! Vast majority of all countries in the world are on the list, there is just few that are not covered (yet). You can see a full list of countries here.

Joining my mailing list is probably the best place to start; I occasionally include coupons in my newsletters. Facebook, twitter and the obvious suspects are also worth checking out. Finally, they are out there on the Internet, but not always easy to find. Once you get hold of one you can enter it in the checkout.

Sure thing, send me an email with your enquiry and we can arrange a meeting. Remember though, I’m based in London.

Ohhh, I thought you’d never ask! Of course you can, and I assure you I will bring back some great photos :-)

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