How good is the print quality?: A huge amount of effort goes into capturing and processing my images, and I put the same into the printing process. I personally work with the printers to ensure that you are receiving the image as it was intended. All prints are produced on Hahnemuhle photo rag which offers archival quality and premium colour reproduction.
Margin size: Every print comes with a 25mm border around the image to allow for matting and framing the image.
Shipping: Prints ship via courier. You will receive a shipping notification and tracking information via email once your print has left. Open edition prints can be expected to ship within two business days. Editioned prints are specially made for each order so please allow at least five days for your print to be shipped. Please note that if I am traveling on an assignment at the time of your order, your order will be fulfilled upon my return. I will do my best to notify you if there will be a delay in shipping.
Artist Proofs: Sim retains the right to create and sell AP (Artist Proofs) of editioned prints.
Returns: If your print was damaged in transit please contact me with photos showing the damage within 48 hours of delivery, otherwise all sales are considered final. Once I have assessed the damage, you will be asked to send the print back so we can send you out another print in its place. This does not affect your statutory rights.
Missing Shipments: Lost packages are a possibility. If your shipment doesn’t make its way to you within 8 weeks, please contact me so I can help make it right.
Do you offer framing/ can you recommend a framer?: All prints are shipped protected inside poster tubes. Frames are delicate and not a service I am currently able to provide. I only recommend certified framers;
Bait Zubair, please contact me to get access to this framing house.
Can you send the print direct to my framer?: Yes, let me know when making your order.
What is a PhotoJournal?: PhotoJournals are a comic book sized paperback, filled with images. I keep the words to a minimum and try to speak only in images.
I started making them as personal way to improve my storytelling and as something to give my clients, they turned into such a nice thing to have that they have become a integral part of my projects and I offer them out to the .
Photojournals fill the gap between Instagram and the print on your wall. They have more permanence than the images you scrolled past yet still get updated with each new project.
Printed on economy paper, photojournals are consumable photography without being forgettable.
Will there be more?: Yes.
Why do I have to go to Blurb to get my copy?: By using blurb's distribution network I can keep the cost of the photojournal down and let it go into more hands.