Now that a lovely, very long(!) summer holidays have come to a close (and munchkins are happily ensconced at their various schools, pre-schools, etc), I have the luxury of time to kick my business and blog into a higher gear. Yippee!! Given that I was initially planning on starting my business now, instead of back in March I suppose you could say I've given myself a head start?!
During the summer I had a few of my still life studies 'made real' as fine art prints, and I could be more thrilled with the results. All are now gracing their new homes - on walls where they can be admired, instead of just decorating the interweb. Afterall, that is what photography and art are for - decorating spaces and enhancing their surroundings.
This fine art print medium works superbly for almost any subject matter. Here are two examples - raindrops on a rose, and a sepia-toned black and white image of an interior of the Palm House at Kew Gardens.
The crispness and detail in the prints is simply stunning:
To say that I'm pleased with these results is a significant understatement! I have also had one of my 'asparagus' still life images created as a fine art print - I must create sample images of this for you too!