This afternoon I was on a mission to photograph some of the cherry blossoms blooming all over Old Town Temecula. Late in the afternoon, I grabbed my camera, put Nikky on her leash and went on our regular route, past the Temecula Childrens Museum. I knew I would find what I was looking for. But instead of the dramatic cherry blossom close up I anticipated, I ended up with this scene of the creekside park, and I am pleased... Spring awakens!
Friday, March 19, 2010
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
For the past couple of years, I have been exploring the new archival canvas products available to photographic artists. I have finally come to the place where I can now offer archival, limited edition canvas prints! I am using 100% cotton archival canvas made by Hahnemuhle Fine Art. The results are simply amazing! When I picked up this piece from my custom framer, I was blown away, the combination of the fine art canvas and the rich traditional moulding was a sight to behold. Above is a picture I took this morning after hanging my first canvas print in the home of Mary and Bob in Menifee, California. If you would like information about these new archival, limited edition canvas prints, feel free to email me here at firstname.lastname@example.org also, you can view my website here www.theFineArtofPhotography.com
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