New York Photography Store

BLACK AND WHITE PRINTS by Dave Beckerman
Worldwide Shipping.  There is still time to give my fine art for the holidays.

Check this page for Christmas shipping schedule.


 

Distributed Worldwide (Fast Inexpensive Shipping)

FAA currently has 14 photography labs located throughout the world.  For example, there’s a photo plant in England.  There might be 2, I’m not sure.  Anyway, when you order a print from this site, and you live in England – guess what?  It’s printed and shipped within the UK.  Less expensive for everyone involved.  It’s a domestic shipment.

30 DAY NO QUESTION RETURN POLICY ON ALL PRINTS

Don’t like the print you got?  You can a) destroy it and take a picture of it or b) return it to the company.  Either way (and this has only happened once in the last several years) – if there was something wrong with the printing, they’ll do another one for a replacement.  Or give you a refund.  The point is to keep you as a satisfied customer.

If you’d like to visit the site itself where there are more purchase options – click here – otherwise, this is a good page to browse and look around – not to mention purchase fine art prints.


Photo Store Collections

Best Selling Prints

New York Fine Art Prints by Dave Beckerman

Traditional Framed / Matted Prints of NYC

Acrylic Prints

Visit My New York Photography Store (all products)

Black and White Postcards / Greeting Cards of New York City

iPhone Photo Cases


Print Ordering Advice

For black and white fine art prints, I recommend using the “Lustre Paper” which is the default choice.

Our prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1″ white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

 

Lustre Paper
Lustre Paper Choice should be set already.

Save yourself the trouble of bringing the print to the framing shop, getting it matted; framed… etc.  And get it done through the FAA site.  I don’t make any money on that – I would just find it very convenient.  Otherwise, if it isn’t matted or framed it will arrive in a tube.

 


Start Here with Questions about Print Orders: Fine Art America FAQ page.