It’s been crazy-busy lately. For you too? Maybe it’s just that time of year…. There are so many exciting things on the go. The most recent is that I’ve just given my website, 44th Parallel Photography, a bit of a freshen-up. There’s more to add – including nature note cards and fine art prints for sale, but that’s coming soon. So be sure to tune in regularly. I know the summer is busy and so if checking back is hard, why not sign up for my newsletter? That way you’ll know what’s new.
I hope you’re all having a great summer so far and hopefully you are just about to start a vacation. But 44th Parallel is still here so be sure to keep in touch.
44th Parallel Photography’s new and improved website. Have a look.
On Saturday I taught my fine art flower photography workshop. All I can say is WOW! Fabulous group of participants, flowers and colour galore, great light (cloudy with light rain and wonderfully vibrant colour saturation) and a wonderful day! Read more about it and see one of the images of our sea of tulips in my Photo of the Week.
Click on the thumbnail below to see 44th Parallel Photography’s Photo of the Week.
Wishing you a coming year filled with good health, happiness, time spent with the people you love most, and many wonderful adventures. All the best everybody. Let’s make 2013 not just a good year, but a GREAT year!
Be safe in your festivities this evening.
Happy New Year from me, Shelley Ball, at 44th Parallel Photography
Committed Photography, a fantastic online gallery is featuring Abstracts, as the featured style of the month and my image, Birches In Gold, is the featured image for the Abstract gallery.
If you visit Committed Photography’s website, and click on View Collection, you’ll be taken to a gallery of wonderful and diverse images by a variety of photographers.
To see my images, type “Shelley Ball” into the search window and hit the search key. That will pull up all of my images in the gallery, including my abstracts.
Committed Photography offers a variety of print types and sizes for purchase, including fully framed prints. Prices are great and there are loads of superb images for sale.
To see more of my images, visit my galleries on my 44th Parallel Photography website.
Fine Art Prints by Shelley Ball of 44th Parallel Photography are now for sale through Committed Photography.
I now have some of my nature images – florals, abstracts and photo-impressionism, wildlife, and landscapes – available for purchase as fine art prints through the fantastic new online gallery at Committed Photography, a Toronto-based company.
I have a number of images available as prints and will be adding more over the coming weeks. Committed Photography offers a variety of print sizes ranging from 4 x 6 to 24 x 36 inches. Several different media are available including beautiful fine art canvas wrapped prints, Bamboo Gicleé, premium photographic prints or metallic prints, and Plexi-mount premium or metallic photographic prints. You also have the option of having your print expertly framed. Committed Photography ships worldwide.
These are the first in a series of fine art prints I’ll have available. I will soon have prints for sale on additional media including images printed directly onto metal, which creates a stunning presentation. Also, eye-popping High Definition Acrylic prints, where the image is printed onto an optically pure acrylic sheet, which gives colours an incredible punch! Images printed directly onto birch wood will also be part of the coming line-up. So keep checking back for updates and tune in regularly to the 44th Parallel Photography website for announcements and information.
If there is a specific kind of image or print medium you are looking for and don’t see on my website, please don’t hesitate to contact me to discuss your needs.
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‘Tis the season and my time leading up to Christmas has been busier than I ever could have imagined – things crazy busy at work, Christmas baking, getting the tree up and decorated, food shopping in anticipation of our Christmas feasts. The ‘to do’ list seems to grow each year.
So, here it is the day after Christmas and I’m just posting my Christmas card to you. Nonetheless, the wishes are heartleft. I hope you have had an enjoyable Christmas, spending time with the people you love, doing things you enjoy. At this busy time of year, take time to reflect on the year – the good, the not-so-good and what you might do in the coming year. I don’t believe in New Years resolutions, but I do believe in living life with purpose and thinking about what matters in life. Let these two things be your guide for the coming year.
May your coming year be filled with happiness, adventure, learning, peace, love and all things photographic.
All the best,