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Sunday, November 27, 2011

Collections


Finally, I have all four designs in my 'Collections' set of greeting cards in stock!  Check them out in my store!  You can buy a whole set together, or each one individually, here you'll find the cameras, watches, mugs and snow domes.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Butch Walker

Somewhat off topic.. I wanted to share with you some photos.  I took these shots of Butch Walker when he was in London back in July.  Not only is Butch's music great, but what a nice guy!  Of all the bands I have shot over the years, he has got to be the most relaxed and at ease in front of the lens.  He knew how to pose, he knew when to stop yapping so I could get the shot.  The wheels on my ol' band photo bike were a little rusty so I was a bit apprehensive about shooting someone so, well, important?  But he put me at ease with his manor and I managed to get some shots that I am absolutely chuffed with.







Speaking of photography... I am lusting after this camera so bad.  I can't stop thinking about it.  I'd never heard of it until I saw it in the incredible B&H Photo in New York over summer.  I held it in my hands and it felt like a real camera.  It feels so old school that when I hold it, my thumb is looking for the film winding lever!  

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

New Prints!

Ahoyhoy!  I decided to do some prints of my collections series while I decide if to make them in to greeting cards... they are in the shop!  These prints are A4 size but I can do them in A3 so if you fancy one of those, get in touch!










First of all, thank you to everyone for all the lovely comments and messages on my last post, it's very kind of you!

Today I thought I'd share with you one of my favourite views in New York.  This is take from the High Line Park, looking north up 10th Avenue.

The park is built on an old elevated railway line and it gives you a neat perspective of the city the you can't get anywhere else.  This section crosses over 10th Ave so you can stand and watch the traffic appear from underneath you.  It's pretty cool.  The park is a great space that has been developed and landscaped in a really modern yet tasteful way.  It's a must if you are in NYC.

Last time we were in New York, that billboard on the left had some horrible slogan plastered on it advertising a car park!  This time I was pleasantly surprised to find that it was covered in a beautiful black and white landscape photo of some snowey mountains, with no branding at all!  It improved this photo 10 fold!

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