photo gallery image update and 2010 calendars

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

glory….. Beautiful tree and sunset, Cape Schanck, Mornington Peninsula, Australia.

on-a-hill

on a hill…..taken in the hills around Cape Schanck, Mornington Peninsula, Australia.

fragile

fragile…..a rose in full bloom with muted tones.

over-the-hill

over the hill….. A ferris wheel framed by giant rocks, Birrarung Mar parklands, Melbourne, Australia.

three-of-hearts

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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More images can be seen at www.galleriamancuso.com

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my latest images

I’ve added some new images to my website.

dream.....

“Dream” was taken in January this year near the entrance of the National Golf Course at Cape Schanck.  Originally with a bright blue sky, I added a concrete texture to give a dreamlike effect

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“Ethereal” was taken from the balcony at Cape Schanck, Victoria,  Australia early this year.  This was taken at the same time as “a word from above”.  the sky was absolutely amazing with colour and light.  This is virtually as it was captured in the camera with only a slight contrast adjustment in photoshop.
grasslands.....

grasslands.....

“Grasslands”  was taken in the sand dunes of the Rosebud foreshore, Victoria, Australia.  Originally the sky was dull and overcast so I played around with levels and contrasts in photoshop then added a second image background layer to take the image away from the seaside setting.
the beginning in blue

the beginning in blue

 “The beginning in blue” was taken at the same time as “ethereal”. I changed the colour balance in the camera to achieve the blue colouring.

For more of my work, please visit www.galleriamancuso.com
Enjoy!