You can purchase all motifs - aerial photos as well as close ups - either as original photographs or FineArtPrint, mounted on reflection-free museum glass, certified and with the artist's personal signature. Upon request, different reproduction techniques can be applied. In order to ensure high aesthetic quality, Bernhard Edmaier processes his image files himself. For printing and mounting he cooperates with state-of-the-art laboratories, depending on the production technique to be used.
Information and Purchase
If you like to purchase our FineArtPrints or require additional information, please contact us directly. We will be pleased to assist you.
Angelika Jung-Hüttl, PhD
Tel. +49 (0)8636 7850
Bernhard Edmaier advises his clients to have their photographs mounted on reflection-free glass, which means that there are hardly any light reflections on the image and that it is fully protected against the harmful ultraviolet radiation. Images can be reproduced in a large format up to 150 x 150 cm. Bernhard Edmaier works very closely with special laboratories. The motif is exposed on Kodak Professional Endura Premier paper or printed on special Hahnemühle Papers, and then it is mounted between 4 mm thick museum glass (LUXAR or DIAMOND) and an AluDibond plate furnished with a suspension frame. Should you have another preference, please contact us directly. We will be pleased to assist you.
18 motifs from the “Colours of the Earth” series are available as a limited edition, printed on cotton paper, which means matt photos with an unusual texture and haptics.
"He portrays the decay, freezes the movements which have continued for millions and millions of years - the photographer Bernhard Edmaier glances at our Earth as if he were looking through God’s eye. And shows the Earth as it has been creating itself."
Der Spiegel, Germany
„ .... Bernhard Edmaier's nature photography reminds of action paintings - geology becomes a special field of art history .... “
foto Magazin, Germany
„ ... Oversize is the right way to see these landscapes and the effect is overwhelming.“
New York Times, USA
" ... in Edmaier’s images ….. shapes and forms wrestle with one another, lines strive against surfaces, rivers of colour gush, layers come off in flakes, contours dissolve and contours rupture …. Over and over again, the images switch between turbulent emotion and sober documentation. It is a double play, which Edmaier has a masterly command of."
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Germany
"There are many good landscape photographers, but none of them tries, in such a radical way as Edmaier, to capture our planet's functional principles in aesthetically perfect images."
NATUR & KOSMOS MAGAZIN, Germany