New colour editions in the “Petalum” series

October 25, 2012

I’ve just completed two new botanical studies as part of the “Petalum” series – in full glorious colour!  The field poppy and yellow iris flowers featured in black & white in the series have so much intrinsic texture and natural beauty that I felt that they should also been seen in colour.

They’re now part of the Petalum series online gallery and, as with the other studies, are available in a range of fine-art prints sizes.  If you’d like to know more about the prints and prices, please let me know via my email.  Thanks!

– Paul


“PETALUM” – NEW BOTANICAL SERIES

October 20, 2012

After almost a year of work on the project, my new botanical series “Petalum” is now available and can be viewed online here.

It’s been a very gradual process of selecting and locating the flowers, photographing them in our studio using a variety of lighting techniques to bring out the wonderful detail in each bloom, and then finally creating the finished print.  It’s certainly been a labour of love!

I’m intending to add further flowers and plants to the series and am also looking at the possibility of producing colour images in addition to the monochrome photographs.

As with my other images, fine-art prints of the Petalum series are available in a variety of sizes in both limited and open editions, and also as hand-crafted limited edition platinum prints, created by one of the UK’s leading specialists in alternative printing techniques.

If you’d like further details on the prints and prices, please don’t hesitate to drop me an email.  Thanks!

In the meantime, enjoy the new series!

– Paul


New editions to the “Behind The Eyes” animal series

October 1, 2012

My “Behind The Eyes” animal series now has two new editions: “Two Elephants” and “Portrait of a Giraffe“.  And if all goes well, more images to come in the near future.  So watch this space!

As with my other images, they are available as fine-art prints in a range of sizes, using the world-class Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308gsm paper.  Further details are on my website.

All the best, Paul