Asparagus, Figs, Nectarines and a Chair….

These images are available, as Giclée prints printed on Hahnemuhle Art paper by the Print Space, on

Priced, according to size, from 50€ to 200€.

……or contact me direct on to ask me any questions.


About Food,Photography & France

Photographer and film maker living in France. After a long career in London, my wife and I have settled in the Vendee, where we run residential digital photography courses with a strong gastronomic flavour.
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9 Responses to Asparagus, Figs, Nectarines and a Chair….

  1. I wish you well with this. I hadn’t heard of this type of printing before. Now I’m wondering if anyone local does it.

    • Hi there. Giclée printing is very common in professional laboratories and print houses. It’s used by artists and photographers who needed very accurate colour reproduction and the giclée system offers a vast range of tiny tone changes which makes for very intense images. particularly if they are printed on fine art papers such as those made by Hahnemuhle…a German company whose papers are used by photographers worldwide.

      • Thank you for the explanation. There is a guy in town who used to work for the only professional photography printer in town and he is now starting up his business because the original business closed. I will have to ask him if he has this capability.

  2. Roger is this your own art work…. it’s really beautiful… I love the simplicity and choice of color about it. Tell us a bit more about it. Merci

    • Hi Cornelia. Thanks for the comment and glad you liked the work. I trained as a painter at art school before I went into photography…in fact I didn’t train as a photographer at all. although I did film making as a subsidiary subject in my painting degree course. However, in my final year at art school I was offered the chance of becoming assistant to a leading Vogue photographer in London….I jumped at the opportunity as I was really fed up with art school. So, since I’ve been living in France I’ve rediscovered the painter in me and combined it with my digital skills. You can see more of my work on https;//

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