As “modern” photographers, many of us share our work online, hoping that we will get recognised, maybe even sought out, it seldom works that way. One casualty of this online type of photography is the lack of actual physical prints of our work. There are comparatively few of my images out there, all things considered, but sometimes a few will get out.
One print that remains in my memory is from my very first exhibition, Coastal Wanderings, with Nikhil Ramkarran. from that exhibition I only “sold” one print, but sales were never my goal, I just wanted to see if people would take my work seriously. That print was sought after by Mr Colin Edwards of Rockview Lodge in Annai, North Rupununi.
Colin has long been a supporter of the arts in Guyana, he has also been an admirer of the works of local photographers including myself. In the image above, the photo to the right shows a portion of Rockview Lodge, the Kaieteur Falls image under the stairwell is by Nikhil Ramkarran, the black and white to the left as you go up the stairs is mine. Colin is also part of the team behind the Rupununi Music Festival.
I was reminded of this image recently and thought to offer a special print sale on Metallic Photopaper prints. For the month of June 2020, I’ll be using the print services available to the site and offering the image at four sizes at a 25% discount. The high contrast black and white image will be enhanced by the Metallic PhotoPaper print, giving it a finish that you will love.
The image was part of the 2010 Deck Project I did, you can see the image on the site by clicking on the link below:
Before going to the cart, make sure to choose your currency of preference, the coupons are available in US Dollars, Canadian Dollars and British Pounds Sterling. Depending on your choice of currency, labs in the US, Canada and UK will be automatically chosen to produce the prints. At checkout use the appropriate coupon code:
In the United States use TREE25US
In the Canada use TREE25CAN
In the United Kingdom use TREE25UK
Thank you everyone, especially those who have supported my journey with their words of encouragement and criticism, both are equally welcome and important to my work.