While there is a lot of fine work out there, acquiring prints is often an expensive business. As I have written before, I think it's really important for photographers to study example prints by established practitioners to calibrate their own printing. How can you print well if you don't know what a good print looks like?
To this end, I am offering my own affordable reference print. In this case, it is a black and white pigment inkjet print on superb Canson Baryta Photographique paper. It is printed on a state of the art Epson P600 printer (this is significant because Epson have improved the depth of the blacks). It is a 'full bodied' (moderately high contrast) image, with a full range of tones. You can see this to some extent in the image above: there is no shortage of deep blacks and crisp highlights, but also there is a range of subtle greys in between.
I won't sign and date this print as per my usual practice (to distinguish it from my fine art prints) but I will caption it with some essential technical information. Postage to the UK is free, with a modest postage charge to the rest of the world. I am essentially trying to cover costs and a little of my time.
You can find the print here: