Finding a unique present or gift can be difficult - have you ever thought of a limited edition photographic print? I have a few of my misty trees series left - they are limited edition. A new limited edition - a reversed leaf skeleton. And a whole new range of new images available for the first time - non-limited and more affordable.
I use Metro Imaging – it is London’s most trusted pro lab, which has been established and used by professionals for over 35 years. I've been using them for 15 years and never experienced issues, delays or poor customer service. These prints are suitable for mounting or framing. They're archival, long lasting and robust. Handcrafted custom mounting and framing is also available - please get in touch for quotes during the purchase process. Free postage in the UK in a solid cardboard tube.
For more details click on the thumbnail - and 'Back to catalog' to see the full collection. Any questions please don't hesitate to get in touch. I am also selling images via a really cool app / site called Get Framd.
Getting a portrait booked in for a business profile can be a new and daunting experience for some people. Many of my clients have never had a professional photoshoot before and of course it is up to me to make them comfortable ...
A very busy and interesting weekend working for Marise Payne Australia's Minister for Foreign Affairs at various venues across the city. It was my first time working at a high profile diplomatic summit.
A couple of weeks ago I was honoured to be asked to present and exhibit some of my artworks at the “Unmasked” Digifest and annual research conference 2021, based in Durban, South Africa
Proceedings were wrapped up and the Australian diplomatic team and the Minister left in convoy from their hotel back to the airport. My final shoot was back on the runway, again in the rain for the departure shots. In conclusion a fabulous commission and while challenging and long hours, a weekend I really enjoyed and will remember for a long time.
Images by Liverpool photographer David J ColbranView on Tumblr
Liz Truss, UK Foreign Secretary and Marise Payne the Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs and second image Chung Eui-yong, South Korea Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Marise Payne the Australian Minister for Foreign AffairsView on Tumblr
The G7 meetings are where a group of the world’s most powerful heads of state came together to talk about economic issues. The G7, shorthand for Group of Seven, is an organization of leaders from some of the world’s largest economies: Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the US.
Read more on my business blog - https://www.djcdesign.co.uk/blog/g7-summit-photography-uk.htmView on Tumblr
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