Collector’s Editions


Some of the photographs found on every Camera Infinita Magazine (regular issues and special editions) are available to order as a Limited Editions prints for Collectors. These contemporary photographic artworks are curated and sold exclusively online by Camera Infinita. To order, simply click on the Collector’s Edition icon in the flipbook magazines or on any of the photos below.

See specifications at the end of this page.



Cinémascope by Stéphane Guillaume

Photographs from the Special Edition, July 2017.

Things We Should Sea

Photographs from the Regular Edition #3, July 2017.

Green Street by Mitch Karunaratne

Photographs from the Special Edition, May 2017.

Twelve Landscape Short Stories

Photographs from the Regular Edition #2, May 2017.

Promise by Thieu Riemen

Photographs from the Special Edition, April 2017.

Reno by Gaëtan Rossier

Photographs from the Special Edition, March 2017.




Typically there are five possible sizes available:

  • eXtra Small: 20cm wide, limited to 20 editions
  • Small: 30cm wide, limited to 10 editions
  • Medium: 40cm wide, limited to 5 editions
  • Large: 60—100cm wide, limited to 3 editions
  • eXtra Large: 110—150cm wide, limited to 1 edition

All our gallery-grade prints are accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity, identifying the edition particulars: edition number, size, medium and production date. The Certificate is signed by the artist.

We have partnered with ThePrintSpace / TheHub, the famous and trusted professional photo lab, based in London, England. Prints are dispatched within 48 hours, and delivered to the desired address worldwide. To guarantee the prints arrive in perfect condition, they are carefully rolled into a protective tube, cushioned with protective paper and bubble wrap, and secured at both ends to ensure a tight and safe seal.

Our Collector’s Editions are printed using two different processes, depending on the nature of the photo itself and the photographer’s preferences, both featuring professional archival quality:

  • Digital C-type
    Chromogenic print. Silver based real photographic prints. Continuous tone.
    Fujifilm or Kodak papers. ZBE Chromira printers.
  • Giclée
    Inkjet print. Archival pigment inks. Epson UltraChrome HDX wide gamut inks.
    Canson, Epson, Hahnemühle or Harman papers. Epson printers.


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