About the prints

All prints come on 1 of 3 print choices:

All prints have an optional Lustre coating upgrade. This, recommended upgrade, is for prints of all sizes as Lustre will help provide enhanced visual detail along with an added layer of protection against fingerprints, fade from UV rays, and a multitude of other containments.
Size Price Lustre Coating
Upgrade Cost
Metallic / B&W
Upgrade Cost
4x6 $1.00 $0.60 $0.75
8x12 $6.00 $1.95 $2.50
10x15 $11.00 $2.15 $4.50
16x24 $23.00 $3.35 $11.50
20x30 $30.00 $3.95 $17.50
12x18 $16.00 $2.35 $7.00
dbhphoto also offers an array of custom print sizes beyond the ones listed for all your potential printing needs (custom crops, panoramas, etc)

Everything will be shipped via FedEx - Next Business Day (Saturday delivery not available) at a rate of $11 ($2 for Signature Requirement). If you have special requirements, or you just don't like FedEx, please contact us directly and we can figure out a shipping solution.

About the artist


In 2002 my father bought me a desktop computer for school, and on one of the last pages of the checkout process they offered me a digital camera, a Sony Mavica MVCFD100 to be precise. You know, the big ugly digital camera that you could plug a 3.5" floppy disk into the side of. From that moment forward, I became the camera guy. I started more as a hobbyist who just like to take pictures of nice cars, but it grew into so much more; now the words passion and addiction go hand and hand. Most of my shooting time is filled with hockey tournaments, but I love making people smile. Whether that be in front of my lens at the shoot or behind their computer screen afterwards. Our eyes can only see a fraction of the visible world, a world that passes us by in a fraction of a second -- let me capture that moment for you.

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About the artist

In 2002 my father bought me a desktop computer for school, and on one of the last pages of the checkout process they offered me a digital camera, a Sony Mavica MVCFD100 to be precise. You know, the big ugly digital camera that you could plug a 3.5" floppy disk into the side of. From that moment forward, I became the camera guy.

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