Skylights, my latest gallery to be featured on my galleriamancuso.com website. Please take some time out for a look at some amazing colours of the sky.
I wanted to highlight and capture certain sections only of the subject but not destroy the overall theme. I got out my camera, some macro filters and a model plane.
I’ve been working on a new project which involves taking very simple, almost mundane images, and turning them into something artistic and hopefully attractive to the viewer.
Here are a couple of images. Let me know what you think.
Do you have a light?
These, and many more, are included in my new gallery category called “simple by design”
See it and more here
I’ve just finished some new images and added them to the galleries and am pretty happy with the results.
Please click on the images for large view and purchasing options.
glory….. Beautiful tree and sunset, Cape Schanck, Mornington Peninsula, Australia.
on a hill…..taken in the hills around Cape Schanck, Mornington Peninsula, Australia.
fragile…..a rose in full bloom with muted tones.
over the hill….. A ferris wheel framed by giant rocks, Birrarung Mar parklands, Melbourne, Australia.
three of hearts….. A heart shaped clover in a terracotta pot.
Don’t forget, 2010 calendars are available right now. All calendar images are printed on an HP Indigo 5000 (for those who haven’t heard, this is the digital press). Each page is a matte coated print on 170gsm pages. The cover is on heavier 300gsm paper. Your calendars have a hanger and white wire binding. Calendars are satin-coated prints on high quality art paper. They’re A3 size (that’s 297x420mm, or 11.69×16.54″) Order now for the holidays!
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I have created a new series of framed triptychs with images and tones that compliment each other beautifully. For full details and to view the range, click on the image below or visit www.galleriamancuso.com
This is a section of Melbourne City taken from the Eureka Tower. I’ve given it a sepia tone and slight second image texture to age it a bit.
This is a two image panorama taken at St Andrews Beach, Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia. The light that day had a beautiful softness about it.
This was taken in the hills around Boneo, Mornington Peninsula, Australia. I’ve added lighting in photoshop and a second image texture plus contrast.
This image is from the hills surrounding Cape Schanck, Mornington Peninsula, Australia. The hills are bare and roll beautifully. The texture I have added creates a kind of a chaotic fury approaching behind the hills.
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My latest images are at total opposites to each other.
“Driftwood” is a simple composition set in the natural surrounds of a beach setting. It was taken at Safety Beach along the Morinington Peninsula, Australia.
“under the wire – forgotten” on the other hand is an urban landscape of a neglected and abandoned factory set in inner Melbourne, Australia. It has been heavily processed with texture and selective colouring.
Both images are available for purchase here
From my series on Chinese images, these miniature replica statues are of China’s famous Terracotta Army. The original’s are life size and number around 8000. They were buried underground at the entrance of China’s first Emperor, Qinshihuang’s tomb to protect him in the afterlife. They were modeled on actual citizens of the time and no two are the same.
“the emperor’s army”
These two images compliment each other and are available for sale here.