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RFP Redbubble store reaches 400 images

By |2022-07-08T11:37:06+01:00July 8th, 2022|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , , |

400 Images

The Richard Flint Photography Redbubble store has reached 400 images – from Norfolk, EdinburghGlencoeIslay, North Wales and many more – a great range of photographs now available to buy as wall art, clothing, phone cases etc via the online shop. It has been a slow but steady climb over the past 18 months with recent image additions to the store including archive photographs dating back to the mid-1990s. More images will be added over the next few months.

To visit the Redbubble store go to https://www.redbubble.com/people/richflintphoto/shop

Old Print to New Print

By |2022-02-16T15:16:06+00:00February 14th, 2022|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , , |

Darkroom Prints Remastered

A new range of archive photographs scanned from original darkroom prints created in the mid-1990s are now available on the Richard Flint Photography Redbubble store.

The new archive section contains a growing number of photographs taken from my darkroom print archive. The images include photographs from locations in Wales, North Staffordshire and Yorkshire.

The new archives photographs and products can be viewed HERE or check out the Redbubble shop via the linked image below.

Lighthouse Prints available at RedBubble

By |2021-05-19T11:46:24+01:00May 19th, 2021|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , , |

Mull of Galloway Lighthouse flashing its warning – May 2021

A new gallery has been added to the Redbubble shop containing a selection of new lighthouse images taken while staying at the Mull of Galloway lighthouse. New images are being added on a regular basis that can be purchased as wall art, mobile phone cases, and more. Check out the website at richflintphoto.redbubble.com

The Lighthouse

The construction of Mull of Galloway lighthouse was started in 1828 with the lighthouse coming into operation two years later in 1830. The design of the lighthouse remained pretty much a standard for all lighthouses constructed throughout Scotland. In 1986 the lighthouse was finally automated and the lighthouse keepers left the Mull.

The lighthouse itself is still owned and maintained by the Northern Lighthouse Board but the remaining buildings are owned by the Mull of Galloway community trust,

Lighthouse Photographs

A number of images of the lighthouse are available to purchase but the two night shots of the light flashing are favourites of mine. It was a photograph i wanted to get of the light flashing it warning – after all its what the lighthouse is for!

The two photographs were taken on different nights. Fortunately, the weather remained very good with no rain, however, the wind proved to be a slight challenge. Cold gusts of wind vibrated the tripod and camera making the exposures challenging. I am pleased with the resulting photographs. The darker, more moody lighthouse image has a cinematic feel to it whereas the lighter, less dramatic image has a closer view of the lighthouse with the cold blue of the night sky.

Lighthouse Prints

Several prints are available featuring the lighthouse with the gallery being updated to include new images. There is also a lighthouse gallery featuring images of lighthouses from a variety of locations around England and Scotland including Neist Point, Islay, and Scarborough.

The prints featuring the Mull of Galloway lighthouse can be found at the Redbubble store HERE

The Wider Picture

By |2020-01-16T13:48:28+00:00January 16th, 2020|Categories: News|Tags: , , , , , , |

Islay, Scotland 2019

Copying Panoramic Prints

Photography prints come in all kinds of sizes these days from the small to the impressive extreme size of the wide panoramic. The panoramic photo has been around for many years and the format has been well used over the years to document school groups and landscapes. At first glance, these extra-wide images would appear to be nearly impossible to copy. Although the unusual size makes them technically more challenging to copy, these large images can be copied just like any other print.

Working in Wide

In late 2019 a couple of panoramic photos arrived from clients who were looking for copies of the photos. The first photo was in three pieces and needed a lot of work to get a full print for display. That image had been delivered by e-mail so scanning was not required.

The second client, however, had sent a panoramic image that was a lot wider coming in at a total width of 43 inches (over 3.5 feet or 1.09 metres). The photograph had been taken in the early nineteen sixties and featured an entire school group including of all the staff and pupils. It was a beautiful image that had been photographed and printed to a very standard.

I’d certainly never seen any panoramic photo on that kind of scale before. After scanning the original and some repair work in Photoshop, the photograph was ready to be printed and sent back to the client by mid-December. The whole copying process took just under three weeks.

The Copying Service

The photograph copying service here at Richard Flint Photography can provide copies of any size of photo – large or small. Even extremely wide photographs can be copied to a high standard. Whatever the size of the print, if you have a photograph that needs copying or you have any questions about getting a photograph copied, please contact me via the contact page or by emailing me at [email protected]

Details about the photograph copying service and prices can be found HERE.

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