Because every product we make is is different our prices vary too. Here are some typical factors that affect the cost to you:
- The size of the product.
- The cover material (eg leather or buckram).
- In books and albums, the number and type of pages.
- The number of mats and prints in a box.
- Embossings and other personal touches.
- Upgraded packaging.
- Services such as album design and colour correction.
How to calculate prices: It's very easy to explore our prices (or calculate the cost of a specific product) using our price calculators in Workspace (you'll need to be logged in with an approved account first).
Shipping: There is normally no extra charge for freight of books, albums, boxes, frames and canvases (one shipment per order). Purchases of loose, matted and mounted prints will incur shipping charges. Into Australia, New Zealand, UK, USA, Canada and most Euro zone countries we arrange customs clearance, pay all customs and clearance charges due on entry to your country and deliver your shipment direct to your door**.
Currency: We publish our prices, invoice you and charge your Credit Card in US Dollars, British Pounds, Euros, Canadian Dollars, Australian Dollars or New Zealand Dollars depending on your place of residence. Customers in other places are charged in US Dollars. Click here for more about taxes.
Payment: We regret that credit facilities are not available. We accept Master Card, Visa, or American Express. However with American Express we need to convert your charge to New Zealand Dollars - this may result in a slight variation in the amount you pay as we have no control over the fees and rates charged by American Express.
Please complete our credit card authorisation if you want to arrange automatic charging facilities against your credit card.
**Note: Into countries other than those listed our courier company will if possible clear your shipment through customs on entry. If so you will need to reimburse them for any charges that they may have incurred. However, depending on local regulations you may need to arrange for a customs broker to arrange clearance.