As I understand how difficult it is to establish the quality of a print that you may wish to buy on line I am offering until the end of March a sample print at A4 size (21×29.7cms) of any print that you are interested in for $15 for delivery to an Australian address ($20 overseas).
If you then want to buy a larger print of that picture the payment you have made will be deducted from the price of the new print. This offer is valid for orders received by the end of May.
To benefit from this special offer, just select the picture you are interested in then go to the ‘Sample print’ tab, complete the form including the picture reference and submit it. You will then receive an invoice payable to Pay Pal. Once it is paid your sample print will be posted to you. When you wish to buy a larger print of that sample use the form under the ‘Contact’ tab to place your order (include the reference of the picture and the size you want) then an invoice will be posted including the discount. When paid, your picture will be printed and posted.
My images and articles have been published in more than sixty publications throughout the world including a number in Australian Photography and I have over 1,500 images with Alamy, the UK on-line photo library. I also was a columnist on freelance photography in the UK magazine Freelance Photographer.
My fine art prints hang in private collections in Australia, United Kingdom, Canada, and the Cayman Islands and I print all sizes up to and including A2 (42×59.4cms) generally using Ilford high quality paper. If for some reason you are not happy with a print, feel free to return it within 14 days of receipt for a refund of the product price.
Go to the ‘Shop’ tab and then the ‘Photographic Prints’ tab to see my prints.
There’s still three weeks left to see the exhibition of limited edition prints by David Bigwood and Deb Paton, sponsored by Snowy Mountains Creative, in the exhibition space at the Jindabyne Visitor Centre. Here are two of the prints each image measuring 42x30cms and matted in frames.
Snowy Mountains Creative invites you to an exhibition of limited edition prints by photographer David Bigwood and graphic artist Deb Paton, at the gallery in the Snowy Region Visitor Centre in Jindabyne.
The exhibition will be open all March, the centre opening hours are 8.30 am to 5pm each day
A hankering after being able to create landscape panoramas but without the necessary panoramic camera led me to begin by cropping my medium format transparencies then, when I moved from film to digital, to using Photoshop to stitch a series of images together. In this book I describe the use of both Photoshop and Lightroom.
It is available at http://tinyurl.com/ofbqeeg and is priced at
$US1-99. It is formatted for most tablet readers, including Kindle, and also for reading on your computer.
A panoramic print (58×20 cms) of the grazing country around Berridale in the Snowy Mountains of Australia available through my website at davidbigwood.zenfolio.com. This picture is also available as a canvas print in the Berridale Art Gallery.