A selection of our favourite images is available for PRINTS! 📸

My new online photo gallery

I have finally launched my online photo gallery. After over 15 years of taking photos in Asia, I have narrowed a selection of my favourite images (thanks to your help again!). And they are now available for purchase in this new online gallery.

As you know I used to have my own photo gallery in Hoi An old town, until Covid changed everything. I now work mostly online and do not longer need a physical office for my photo tours in Hoi An. So I had no place to display my images and sell prints like I used to.

A great choice of prints and sized

I did spend some time searching many different ways of displaying my art for sale until I discovered Pictorem. They offer amazing print quality and ship worldwide. They are easy to use and really care about the work they put into making beautiful prints.

For my online gallery, I have selected 3 different types of prints you can order:

  • rolled photo paper print (with choices between different types of papers)
  • Stretched canvas
  • HD metal

The HD metal is simply incredible and works very well for landscapes and water types of textures! As for the rolled photo paper, you can easily choose any size you want and any type of paper. This gallery will show you a preview of the different types of photo paper you can use.

Worldwide shipping

Pictorem offers worldwide shipping as well as a 30-day money-back guarantee if you are not happy with the quality of your print! This is to show you how much they are confident in the quality of the prints they provide.

Wherever you are on the planet you can now easily order one of my prints and have it delivered straight to your home.

Visit my new online photo gallery

So check out my new online photo gallery and feel free to order a print to add to your wall!

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Founder of Pics of Asia, Etienne is a teacher with a photography habit.

1 Comment

  1. Allan Cummins on May 29, 2023 at 8:18 am

    Very nice Etienne! I can only imagine how difficult it must have been to edit your whole catalogue down to (essentially) a handful in comparison to the mother load of work. There would have been so may amazing pics to choose from…

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