Just updated is the logo header image for my website and blog. I wanted a simple logo covering the type of work I did – ie printing images onto canvas and photo paper, as well as restoring and altering photos. The camera outline is my own camera, and printer my own after doing a large print. The image to the right is a stylized image of a railway line I took a few years ago, representing the art work I print for customers and myself.
It may not be the flashest, but I made it myself and am happy with the final result.
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Claire contacted me about getting a quality panorama canvas print done of the top picture seen here, taken in the Bay of Islands. She’s taken a panoramic scene with her camera, with the camera then building the view. Unfortunately it didn’t do a good job. The middle was missing part of the image and the right side had a curvature to the ocean. It didn’t look good, but this was the one Claire liked the most of all the panorama photos she’d taken.
Using the 2nd panorama image shown I was able to use it to fill in the missing portions. After further enhancing, the image at the bottom was produced – quite a tricky job to get right. This was printed and mounted onto a 300mm x 1000mm frame. Claire loved the final look and is giving it to her mother as a birthday present.