Gallery Wall Mock-up
When I started this little ‘Fine Art Photography Wall Art’ venture of mine a year or 2 ago, I created Gallery Wall mock-ups of my art work and shared them on Instagram (when I still had an Instagram account). I quite enjoyed creating these mock-ups. Was another Creative outlet.
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Yellow Roses of Inspiration
Playing in studio with my camera and a birthday gift for someone. Obviously before I gift these flowers, I had to photograph them first!
Potted Yellow Roses.
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I lost my edits
The photo in this post were taken in 2006, same day as the photos from the blog post I did in January (It’s a Train Smash).
I actually won a photo editing competition in a photographic magazine called PIX (not sure if it still exists). It was an awesome magazine, one of my two favourite magazines of all time.
I won some Adobe software (can’t remember what it was called) with the photo. Excellent feeling to have won something. BUT that’s not what this blog post is about.
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Death of a Rose
Finally, the roses are dead. The roses I bought on 14 Feb lasted for more than 3 weeks, in a vase. Never before have I seen cut flowers last that long. Just amazing.
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Roses from the Pandemic
Not a very original title, I know… Really can’t think of anything better at this moment! But it does have meaning to me, all that really matters!
October 2019 was the last time I actually photographed something that went on to be printed that went on to be added to my shop. That would be the Protea Prints. The Tulips were photographed in 2018.
Where the hell did the time go? What the AF did I do the last 2 years?? WTF Indeed!
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The gear you use to create your art.
This is just a little note, to myself, but maybe and hopefully you will benefit from it as well.
Gear isn’t everything.
I use to think that ‘if only I had THAT camera and THAT lens then my photography would be SO much BETTER!‘
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