David Queenan Photography Prints Sales

PRINT SALES

Signature Edition Fine Art Prints 
My signature edition prints are specially selected from my portfolio of images and printed on a Canon Pro 300 printer using high quality archival fine art papers from Fotospeed and PermaJet, which are carefully chosen by myself to suit the particular character and tones of the image. The prints are supplied with a white border to assist with handling and mounting, then personally hand signed in the margin below the image. Signature edition prints are priced at £55 including delivery to addresses in the UK.

Orders & Delivery
Delivery in the UK takes 5-10 working days - please contact me for orders in Europe and the rest of the world.

Standard Prints
If you have seen another image on this website or on any of my social media pages you would like to purchase - these can be ordered as unsigned photographic prints in a variety of sizes and framing options which fulfilled by a professional photo lab - please get in touch with me via the contact page for more info. 

SIGNATURE EDITION FINE ART PRINTS

CRISS CROSSING
The complex bridge structure is silhouetted against a golden sky as a local commuter train makes its way across the Forth at sunrise.

This image was commended in the 2020 Landscape Photographer of the Year awards in the 'Lines in the Landscape' category.

A3 print with a white border (Image size 15x10 inches)
This image is printed on PermaJet FB Distinction Baryta 320gsm paper. A double weighted paper with an ultra bright white fibre base, reminiscent of traditional darkroom paper. Approved by the Fine Art Trade Guild for its archival qualities.

BACK & FORTH
An early morning commuter train makes its way across the Forth Bridge on its way to Edinburgh - or is it going the other way?

A3 print with a white border (Image size 15x10 inches)
This image is printed on PermaJet FB Distinction Baryta 320gsm paper. A double weighted paper with an ultra bright white fibre base, reminiscent of traditional darkroom paper. Approved by the Fine Art Trade Guild for its archival qualities.