Sue Shepherd from the Whangarei Camera Club called in to see me about having this and another safari photo printed onto canvas in black and white. Sue had prepared the image with the styilised border. These were printed 19inces (475mm) wide. Sue loved the look of the prints and the true neutral black and whites. One canvas print is to be donated towards fundraising for Northland Hockey Black Stick Representatives at the coming London Olympics. For more canvas printing information click Here
Merry Christmas every one and a happy new year. It’s been a hectic 2 weeks of non stop photo work – primarily canvas printing for my regular photographers & artists and a whole lot of new customers. It’s good to sit back and relax for a while, but it’s good to reflect on the work completed. I’m officially on holiday until the 5th to 12th but will be checking from time to time to take orders and will process canvas prints if required.
The photo above is a canvas print I made for my niece. It’s a photo she took while camping on Great Barrier Island on an Intermediate School trip back in November. This was where she was camping, right on the beach front! She was really chuffed to receive the gift- an A3 sized canvas.
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Bernessa contacted me about having this wonderful landscape photo put onto canvas. It was a scene taken by her husband from Cape Brett, Bay Of Islands, New Zealand, looking northwards. I did a few minor enhancements to bring out the best of the image and printed it onto canvas. The image was wrapped around a frame measuring 700mm x 530mm.
Bernessa emailed me some wonderful feedback: ” Thanks Neal for an AWESOME job. We absolutely love it!! Well worth the money and thanks very much for dropping off the photo to my mum’s that was beyond the call of duty thanks. I will recommend you to my friends and family.
Kind regards Bernessa
P.S I will be using your services in the future I just need to figure out what I want.
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.