I’m delighted to announce that you can now find some of my images on Redbubble. Although these prints are not signed, they are available in archival and non-archival formats. Images can also be printed on clothing, duvets, notebooks, and other items, depending on the type of image.
You can peruse Redbubble and see all the image combinations and pricing options. If you don’t see what you like, check back in the coming weeks as I’ll be adding more images!
Up until now, I’ve been photographing deadwood, freehand. But after a more critical review of these photos, I’ve decided that using a tripod enables more consistent high quality photos. There are two reasons for this. First, using a tripod makes it easier to compose the scene. Looking at the live view on a tripod is much different than looking through the viewfinder while holding the camera. It’s really much easier to notice any flaws with the angle of view, or the distractions “hiding” in the periphery. Second, the technical quality of the image is better since I can use a remote shutter release, allowing me to set a low ISO, longer exposures, and higher f stops. Manual focusing is also easier since I can more precisely select the key focus point for best depth-of-field, and magnify that portion 10x for critical focusing.
You can see my most recent work (appearing in descending order of date taken) at my on-line gallery.