My 2012 calendar range is now ready and available for purchase. Fourteen themes to choose from or mix and match my images to create your own.
I’ve added a whole lot of new work into the galleries. Here are just a few.
like a rainbow…..
A reflective view of the NAB (National Australia Bank) building at Docklands, Melbourne, Australia. In the “creative reality” gallery.
This was taken at the Forbidden City, Beijing, China. In the “simple by design” gallery.
I was playing around with some nails and a macro filter on my lens. In the “mostly monotone” gallery.
Cape Schanck lighthouse, Mornington Peninsula, Australia. In the “land & seascapes” gallery.
This is from a series of images I did on this theme. More can be seen in the “simple by design” gallery.
I’ve added a few new images to the galleries. Please click on the images below for further views.
into the abyss…..
on yer bike…..
the steel door…..
All of these images are available for sale in the galleries. Go to www.galleriamancuso.com
I’ve been busy lately producing a limited number of original images which I am now offering for sale. They come custom framed, matted, numbered and signed and printed on quality Hahnemühle, Baryta Fine Art Paper. This paper sets the benchmark for high colour depth, large colour gamut and image definition. This paper gives the”wow” factor particularly to black and white prints with an extremely high dmax and the finest grey tones.
These images are offered in a limited edition run, between 20 and 40 prints only, and come with a certificate of authenticity.
If you’re in Melbourne and you wish to view these framed prints, please email me at email@example.com to arrange an appointment.
You can view these limited edition prints here.
“the invasion” is a group of trees I found captivating at Shoreham Beach on the Mornington Peninsula. They are quite mysterious and seem totally out of place along side the beach.
“the awakening” is a budding agapanthus plant. I added a second layer for texture and effect.
“timeless teardrops” is of a hibiscus flower after a rain shower. I changed the colour by adding multi layers working in photoshop until I was happy with the result.
More images at www.galleriamancuso.com
“a word from above” was voted best skyscape image of 2009 in a redbubble online photo/art community group challenge. The image was voted by members of the skyscapes group.