High resolutions files for use by artists, publications and commercial use.
This is the website via which I sell High Resolutions files for self printing and for more commercial use such as magazines and the corporate world. Most of my customers are artists (the lowest rate) which use my work for their paintings and so on.
Except from the photo’s of this site customers can also order (with specifications of date/time published) photographs that are published on social media such as this site, Instagram (@hermanvanbon) and facebook plus facebook photography page.
The website is divided in several subject related pages such as landscapes, birds, animals and black & white. Ordering via the ‘about’ page or directly to greenc2 -at- me.com with full contact details.
Here a few examples: (click on each picture to see it in full)
One can hardly image that a small village as where I live has its own ‘Ice Parlour’ but it’s true and there is more to it but that you can read at the own website of Don Gelato (yes; Italians are known for their superb ice creams). Anyway you can find me there virtually every Saturday afternoon savouring an ‘Apfelstrudel’ with vanilla ice cream and a capucino.
The last few days I’ve been experimenting with reflections and this came out of it. The mainframe of the featured picture is the bathroom sliding-door (shot from our outdoor shower -brag, brag, brag….) added with me and the camera (inversed, refined mirrored and filtered/polarisation).
The one below is similar but than without the addition of the polarised eyes.
For the next one I used the sky as mainframe and a mirrored (+inversed, refined) B&W self-portrait in front of the bathroom door. As usual all pictured with a Sony A77 VQ (this time with 16-50mm lens) and processed with photoshop Cs6.
Bottom picture consists of the bathroom door as mainframe with inversed/refined/filtered ‘fillings’ of a b&W self-portrait, my left hand, flowers from our garden, bathroom mirror, wooden bathroom floor, my hands holding the camera (twirled in center and the very same as in the top 2 pictures) and polarized drink glasses. Fairly complicated and mind bogging…. but than discoveries of possibilities surface. The only problem I have with Adobe photoshop are the tutorials on their website. These are incomplete and could, with the same effort, far more sufficient.
Next week we go back to the elements again (see first posts). Photography and photo-manipulation are one big challenge and we still have a long path to walk.