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AR – See Your New Print in Your Own Space, with Augmented Reality

We’ve finally made it happen – Our new Augmented Reality (AR) tool can bring your chosen fine art print to life in your own space, using an iOS or Android device, wherever you choose to be! It’s been a busy few months here “back at base” – despite having our travel wings well and truly clipped for a while, there hasn’t been a moment of down-time for us since the worldwide lockdown began. Instead, we’ve […]

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National Geographic : Greatest Landscapes – Featuring “Still”

Travelling around the US, it was great being able to pick up an early copy of National Geographic’s “Greatest Landscapes” book – published this month, featuring my shot of the stunning lone willow tree that sits in Lake Wanaka, New Zealand – before I head back to London. Released in the UK on 17th November, this 400 page book features some of the most dramatic and iconic photography from all around the world, and it’s a […]

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announcing essence : our world in vivid fine art prints

Six years in the making and after a lot of hard work we can finally announce the launch of our fresh, vibrant, colourful new series – “essence”! Inspired by cities and countries around the world, these meticulously crafted, contemporary fine art prints are designed to represent the character of some of the finest locations across the planet. Check out our exclusive video below, showcasing the brand new collection: Abstract in nature, we’ve pulled together a total of […]

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Take it, Don’t Fake it. The Disturbing Rise of Photoshop-ography

As part of my post last year, I briefly touched on the growing number of “photoshop-ographers” in the industry – a worrying trend which is creating a void of necessary in-camera capture skills and knowledge. This is where people are instead opting to “fix things later” (often fabricating reality), publishing fake scenes while claiming them to be photographs. In this article, I want to explore the challenges we face as a result of this apparent shift in what […]