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Nick Bodle-Photography

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Any orders over £220.00 please contact me before placing your order.

Prints can be ordered from me via paypal either framed, mounted or just as a print. You can contact me direct by email for any special requirements you may have. Mounted images are all of a standard sizes ready for framing except for my 36cm x 56cm mounted prints and where indicated.  Some of my panoramic prints vary greatly in size and length and I would need to confirm a price for postage and packaging for these images. If you are then happy to continue with the purchase, I would then invoice you via paypal and once the money has gone into my account I would then dispatch the image to you. These panoramic images can only be purchased from me either as a mounted print or as a print only.

I use a antique type moulded pine frame for my colour work and a black frame for my monochrome images.

If you are wanting to place an order for a electronic file for personnel use, websites or for magazines or book please contact me before you order and I will invoice you and then once payment has been made I will send you the file to suit your requirements. This will avoid postage being added.

The price set in paypal for postage is for the UK only, please contact me if you would like to purchase any of my work if you are living outside of  the UK before ordering, so that I can confirm a postage price for you. I can only send these as mounted print or as prints. All prints are rolled inside a tube. info@nickbodle-photography.com

My Giclée Fine art prints are produced using an Epson Surecolor P800 large format printer, this uses the best Ultrachrome K3 inks and the finest quality paper, which have a light fastness for at least 75 years. The detailed images that this process produces are so realistic that viewers can easily imagine themselves within the scene laid out before them.