The Stunning Moonlight Shadow on Canvas
£20.21 – £70.78
A warm and emotive view out to sea. A boat and the moon float on the ocean. A beautiful Moonlight Shadow Canvas Print.
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1 About the Moonlight Shadow on Canvas a Truly Stunning Image
1.5 The Increasing Attraction of Owning a Quality Canvas Print
2 About Stephen Paul Young Photography – Respected Photographer
About the Moonlight Shadow on Canvas a Truly Stunning Image
A warm and emotive view out to sea. A boat and the moon float on the ocean. A beautiful Moonlight Shadow on Canvas Print.
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Durable and excellent high quality wall decoration. Handmade gallery quality canvas that will provide the colour for for the tests of time. Product is designed for indoor use only.
100% Cotton Rag - Printed onto natural white, matte, ultra smooth, 100% cotton rag.
Pre - Installed hanging hardware included. Built into the frame, along with a felt protective number. The hanging hardware is placed at the top of the framed image.
High quality manufacturer and printing house secures that the canvas will live for generations.
If the canvas does gather any dust, you may wipe with a clean, damp cloth. We DO NOT suggest any chemical be used in the cleaning process.
Not All sizes will be available as these are Image specific. 10″ × 8″ , 14″ × 11″ , 16″ × 12″ , 24″ × 18″ , 30″ × 24″ , 8″ × 10″ , 11″ × 14″ , 12″ × 16″ , 18″ × 24″ , 24″ × 30″
Prints contain HP Designjet Printers driven by an Onyx RIP up to 12 colours. Printing process also use HP Latex and Roland SOLJET machines to support specialist media and finishes. Produced by Fine Art Trade Guild approved printers, the prints undergo annual testing by a UKAS-approved laboratory. UV pigment base inks are used.
Every order is manufactured to our preferred specification and passes through high quality assurance process before being shipped.
All framed and canvas prints are wrapped in a protective sleeve with individual plastic or cardboard guards added to each corner. Additional cardboard is secured over the print surface to minimise the risk of breakages or transit damage. Each print is then shipped in a heavy duty cardboard box.
Print MachinesWe operate a broad range of print machines and are capable to print traditional C-type silver gelatin prints through to inkjet prints using a process commonly known as Giclée printing. Our print room contains, amongst other print equipment, four HP Designjet Printers driven by an Onyx RIP. Sizes range from 44" to 60" in up to 12 colours. At full capacity we can produce in excess of 290m2 of prints per hour at up to 2400dpi (giving us more coverage than a tennis court every hour).
We aim to ship the products anywhere in the world as fast as next-day.We support a full range of branded and non-branded papers covering matt, lustre, gloss and metallic finishes. Each substrate is individually profiled for our printers, ensuring fantastically accurate and consistent reproductions. Colour management is a core principle of the Prodigi Promise. Each framed print is handmade in the UK by our team of specialist picture framers. Each canvas is produced using a 12-colour giclée fine art printing process and hand finished by one of the UK’s most experienced canvas framing teams. Each sticker is produced with a kiss-cut finish (also known as a die-cut or contour cut which follows the shape of the image, regardless of what the shape actually is). Stickers are produced on high-quality removable white vinyl. All images mounted on wood benefit from our standard 12-colour Giclée print process combined with a solid, robust and elegant finish.
The Prodigi Promise:
- Quality obsessed
- We will always use the best machines, substrates and materials for prints.
- Perfect colour every time
- We dedicate huge amounts of time ensuring our printers are consistent across all media so that you always get 100% accurate colour reproduction.
The Increasing Attraction of Owning a Quality Canvas Print
Did you ever wish to visualise the stunning detail of a painting on a photographic image? With giclee, our photographs make stunning canvas prints. The texture from the cotton of the canvas offers our images the look and feel of a real quality gallery image. Photographic reproduction using giclee has been taking off among skilled photographers, given the results of this superb method, and as seen within the Moonlight Shadow on Canvas here.
Benefits of Owning the Moonlight Shadow on Canvas
The benefits of giclee are many. Many people turn to giclee for several reasons. The use of archival giclee canvas and ink is something that we at Phototrinity.com realise and find very enticing. As opposed to converting pictures onto film, which may fade and deteriorate over time, a lot of photographers and making lovely reproductions of their pictures using giclee. Any image can be printed using this method.
We often notice these pictures can then be enhanced or altered using a variety of software package programs to amplify their true potential and create them appear as if a painting.
Canvas Photo, Canvas Photos, & Canvas Photo Prints
In the age of digital photography, Giclee is a relatively new medium arising for printing out your photos. In traditional photography, people were able to develop their photographs onto film of various sizes for framing and other purposes. Unfortunately, these images were not always of the highest quality. In addition, photo paper would frequently fade and yellow. If you’ve ever looked through an old photo album, you’re aware of how dramatic the effects of aging can have on a photograph.
With the advent of digital photography, people were able to do a lot more with their images. On top of this, the actual images people are taking with digital cameras are superior in quality to conventional photography.
How Giclees and Canvas Photos Enhance the Print
So with an increase in the quality of images, and a lack of photo paper able to stand up against the test of time, many people are turning to giclee for their photo printing needs. With giclee, images are able to be uploaded onto computers from digital cameras and then printed onto canvas with stunning quality. These images are also able to be enhanced and edited in a variety of ways using various photo editing software programs as with the Moonlight Shadow on Canvas example.
The results are amazing. A canvas photo can be virtually any size desirable, and the quality speaks for itself. Never before have photographic images been so detailed. Additionally, photos printed onto canvas can last for over 100 years without fading, yellowing or decay.
Effects of Canvas Photos
One of the most popular effects used by photographs with canvas photos is black and white. This is just one of the many effects that photographers are able to easily add to their images with programs like photoshop. With the ease of photo editing, and the availability of stunning reproductions using giclee, digital photography has been virtually reinvented. With giclee, the possibilities are endless. Whether you’re looking to own the Moonlight Shadow on Canvas to hang in the living room, or Dining room for display, giclee can meet your needs.
Photos On Canvas
The most wonderful form of printing technology that paves way to print our precious photos on canvas medium is made possible simply by using the latest giclee process of digital printing. This photo on canvas exhibits the real work of art that will remain for ever. Printing photos such as the Moonlight Shadow on Canvas on canvas has made people to forget about their old style photo albums and have their explicit art to decorate their walls in the form of a canvas photo. These lively canvas prints appears very real than the originals and also can be preserved for lifetime.
Moonlight Shadow on Canvas is a material that is made of 100% cotton, it is economical, possesses, smooth texture and long durability for these reasons we have chosen to print on canvas.
Stretching a Photo on Canvas
Normally after canvas printing the pictures on canvas, it is stretched on different depth of stretcher bars with gallery or museum wraps and this allows framing the picture without using glass. Then a spray with UV protection base is applied onto the photos to protect it from germs, UV rays and dust. We can readily hang these pictures to furnish our rooms.
Photos on canvas (and a giclee print) also make an ideal gift for our beloved persons and this will mean so much to the receivers. Best featured photos on canvas can be made out from digital photos and this type of photo transmission is quite easy and effective. Even other forms of ordinary photos can be reproduced on canvas by the photographers nowadays with utmost care and application of latest methods and turned into a canvas print.
Meet the Photographer
1 About Stephen Paul Young Photography – Respected Photographer
About Stephen Paul Young Photography – Respected Photographer
Thank you for visiting the phototrinity web site and taking the time to read a quick bio about me. Here, I get an opportunity to introduce myself to the world. Nothing too ambitious, just a simple insight into Stephen Paul Young Photography.
Phototrinity for me, was the desire and then realisation to turn from ‘Amateur’ to ‘Professional’ – just quitting my job so I could spend every day seeking out all the fantastic locations, waiting hours for the right light, to quietly observe the world and play around with my camera, undisturbed, converting my passion into a living, to make up for the quitting part. And of course, to spend out on the finest gear! I guess I am not the only person on this planet who has been fostering a similar plan.
My voyage of self-discovery has taught me, there is much antagonism in the world of photography; light versus darkness, DSLR versus mirrorless, geek versus artist, Nikon versus Canon. And yet, soon after getting involved in it, I faced the ultimate dilemma, and it was one that I had not previously considered: Professional versus Amateur.
Early Years Photography
When I was 14 my parents bought me my first camera for Christmas, a Praktica MTL3. I had no idea how to use it! So I sat in front of our TV screen and photographed ( Black & White Film and a Black & White TV set! ) the Christmas day movie – The Black Hole! By that evening, my Dad had taken all the films I had shot, and me, up into the loft space where I was first introduced to the delights of chemicals and film development.
The following 2 years, I began my love affair with Black & White Photography and a desire to become a war photographer! Influenced by mass media coverage and a teenage boys dream to become part of the ‘solution’ to all the worlds ills! At 16 years of age, the political landscape shaped everything around me, high unemployment and the Falklands War meant I left school and joined the Army, The Royal Corp’ of Transport, as it was then.
I think I skipped my later teenage years and my camera took backstage collecting dust, ageing and then what? I never did discover what became of my trusty old Praktica. To marriage, kids and a life of sensibility including a 1980s high mortgage and no money to spare.
On being an Adult
It wasn’t until some 2 decades later I got my first DSLR, a Canon 600D, a good few years ago as a, birthday present from my wife. At some point during the process of reading an extortionate number of photography articles, blogs and reviews, shooting thousands of pictures, buying (and then selling) various lenses and other gear, shooting more pictures, getting into post-processing and then shooting even more, an idea popped up in my mind: “I should become a pro!”
There was something else I noticed, a growing ‘nag’ in my mind: while pondering on all my life and death questions, I forgot to do something: enjoy photography! I spent many hours messing with my photos in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop and got all troubled about lighting, composition, blown out pixels, sharpness and so on. This battle with myself helped to confirm, that I should really become a pro, so I bought a new camera and of course, spent more time reading stuff online. This is a vicious circle that is far too easy to get stuck in.
I guess it’s at this point in time I should introduce my partner in crime, Jason. I met Jason a few years ago through work. Jason and I would soon discover a shared passion in photography thus, to cut this part of my story short – Phototrinity.com would become the shared platform that we could develop together, not only to showcase our art but to collaborate on the various projects that we have spent many hours discussing. This normally happens over a pint and a good spicy meal, when we both manage to get together. Although we conduct our own photographic business interests, phototrinity.com is a result of our photographic collaboration.
Amateur to Professional
I’m not sure about any formal ‘descriptive’ terms used to describe an Amateur Photographer or a Professional Photographer however, for me, the difference lays between not getting paid and getting paid! This may sound ‘harsh’ but as an Amateur, I would freely post my images on the various social platforms as a method to incite some creative feedback (or not!) or enter various free competitions. My Instagram account ‘photographybystevey’ or Facebook account ‘photospyimages’ are a great example. The recent move to create a social following on both platforms under ‘Photographic Trinity’ on Instagram and ‘Photographictrinity’ on Facebook underpin the desire to go professional and drive the business into the realm of Professional Photography.
Our Shop also offers some great premium images and some wonderful ‘Free’ Images for download.
Photography to me
I find that my photography is the unique marriage of art and technology. To blend a healthy balance between these two ingredients remains my focus. When I got my first DSLR camera, just a few days of googling left me with the perception that pros have pro equipment and they take pro photos, that becoming better and becoming a professional are intertwined and if I was not willing to take it on, then I would be stuck at the entry / enthusiast level.
Don’t get me wrong, being an amateur is wonderful! I was not bound by any expectations, I was allowed to make mistakes! I could define my own rules and aesthetics and remember why I was taking photographs, learning to love more of my not totally perfect pictures. I was never pushed by the devil on my shoulder to achieve something unrealistic or uncomfortable, ultimately, I embarked on a lifelong journey of trial and error and just enjoyed the ride, and as a bonus I walk away with a portfolio of precious, interesting and peculiar moments of my own life.
In light of all the reasons to remain an Amateur photographer, I still remain committed and focused for a career change. The recipe is simple: get to know your gear, use it for taking pictures and enjoy photography as much as I do!
The transition from amateur to professional photographer hasn’t been an overnight journey – after all, if it was easy everyone would be doing it, right? Thankfully though, it’s certainly not an impossible feat, being paid to do what I love the most – photography.
Every Photographer has to Start Somewhere
My first jobs or collaborations with brands, companies, models, publications etc. was unpaid. It’s wasn’t all bad though – in return, I started collecting testimonials, adding more professional photographs to my portfolio, and gained that invaluable (and highly sought-after) experience.
Staying Inspired and Creatively Motivated
Anyone working in a creative career, such as photography, will understand the importance of finding inspiration from numerous sources on a regular basis. Being passionate about my work, I find myself trawling the internet for photographers that I admire (Serge Ramelli, a French based photographer remains to this day, an absolute inspiration) and attending photography exhibitions, regularly.
Time to invest in a crystal ball; Phototrinity.com remains a high priority whereby, Jason and I have a vision. Remain Professional, continuously develop our personable yet very professional business manner when dealing with our clients. Be polite, friendly, co-operative, and most importantly skilful.
No one said this journey from amateur to pro photographer would be easy, but one thing is for sure – it’ll certainly be worth it. When I am facing disappointment or just generally having a ‘flat’ day, I visualize how amazing it would be to earn a living from doing what I love.
I carry my camera always with me and all my colleagues and family and friends tease me about it! But it’s my love and I am passionate about it. My mantra;
Photograph what you feel and not what you see…
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