We're talking "giclée" (stop sniggering, native French speakers), and, actually, I went to Warsash near Southampton. Giclée is, as the Wikipedia link given above explains, a term used to describe high quality digital inkjet prints of fine art. Posh reproductions of paintings.
|Extreme closeup (my photograph) of an area of The Beeches|
We discussed the print market (apparently burgeoning in the UK), and I accepted advice on size and format. Prices were discussed, both of prints and of originals. I knew I was undercharging for my work (but being outside of a formal marketplace, it's hard to sell at gallery prices, particularly when your customers are largely friends and acquaintances); nonetheless, I was impressed when he unequivocally priced The Beeches at £250. I sold it for £80.
There is the possibility of selling prints via a new online shop that the enterprising printer is setting up in the new year. It sounds very interesting, and I hope to be part of it.