While I have been selling 20 x 60 images online, I have a friend who wanted something bigger. Here is the first 30 x 70 floating canvas wrap I’ve produced and it’s blown our minds! If you’d like any of my images this large send me an email and we can work out the details. Another one of my favorites was also produced this large. Hale lake and Chapel
I've always had a love for black and white images so I thought it would be a good time to have some fun! There is a new page under Portfolios of a few that I've started to play with. While the panoramas are still taken and processed with my Iphone4, they are brought into Photoshop where I convert them to B&W using Nik software and add back a touch of color that interests me. They are being printed on my new Epson Pro 4900 printer, Epson's newest addition to their great line of printers. Sizing is still 12 x 36 matted and framed to 16 x 40, though with the new printer I can print upwards of 17" wide and however long I want!
If interested in purchasing these or any of the other panorama images, please email me. I am working on setting up an online store but it's not there yet.
Would also love to hear feedback from anyone. Thanks
Spent the entire day at the beach!
Had another great day in Naples. Not much to shoot but had fun with a few images. Once again, all done with my IPhone 4.
Visiting friends in Naples, beautiful place, beautiful weather. These are a few images from day one, again all taken with my IPhone 4
I've started a series of images while riding in my car. You may ask why? I say why not?
I'm new to this blogging thing so please bare with me. I hope to share some of my experiences while wandering the local area that encompasses the Valley National Park running between Akron and Cleveland, OH. I will also go back and forth between some of the experiences I've had over the last 35+ years of shooting. It's been a roller coaster ride, like so many other shooters. From a studio of one to a studio of 8. From 35mm through 8x10 and into the digital world starting back in 1992 when we installed one of the first Leaf systems available in the country. Since then I've shot nothing but digital and have loved every minute of it. In addition to doing commercial work I now spend a good deal of my time capturing panorama images of the area. Above is one I happened to capture just the other day after we had major rains and flooding caused by rising temperatures and melting snow. It, like all the other panorama images you can find in the portfolio area, have been shot and produced on my IPhone 4. How do they hold up? Well I export them and then print them with an Epson 2880 to 12 x 36, mat and frame them to 16 x 40 and they have been selling as fast as I can produce them.