Friday, October 23, 2009

The Shutterbug Eye - Lots going on over at Artfire!

The Shutterbug Eye, on Artfire, now has a selection of fall prints, new and additional sizes, a variety of beautiful flower photo note cards and limited edition ACEO cards. Stop by to see all the great photos and options. Here is a small sampling.

First, there are new Fall 8x10 prints, inspired by the colorful leaves of the season. The photo below is an 8x10 but there is also a 4x5 listed for $10. Look close at the water droplet and you can see the trees and buildings reflected in it.

Fall leaf with water droplet photograph - 8x10 print - $25
(this and all my newly listed photos is also available as a 4x5 for $10)

This is one of four different 4x6 prints now offered for $10 each. The one below is a stunning macro of a fountain.

Water in macro photograph - 4x6 print - $10 each
(one of a few 4x6 prints now in my studio)

I've also added new note cards. A whole series of 12 different cards featuring roses from the Rose Garden at the Chicago Botanical Gardens. Each card comes with an envelope and is $3.
Check them all out!

Rose 5 Blank Photo Note Card - $3 each
(this is one of 12 cards from the Rose Garden at the Chicago Botanical Gardens)

Last, but not least are limited edition ACEO prints. These 3 1/2 x 2 1/2 prints are perfect gifts or stocking stuffers. What's listed in my studio is all that will be made of these specific prints so snatch them up while you can. They all have the photo name, Month/year made, my name and signature on the back and come in a protective plastic cover. Each card is $5. Here is one of them:

Thanks for stopping by, visit The Shutterbug Eye to see the full selection.

DK Miller
The Shutterbug Eye, Nature photography & more

4 comments:

  1. i want to learn ... macro photography!

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  2. Macro photography is one of my favorites. A good start with it is just putting the camera in macro mode - usually looks like a flower - and then getting close to your subject and experimenting.

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  3. I love the water in macro image. Looks great. Thanks for the tip.

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  4. I would have never looked closely at the water drop until you pointed out what I would find there. I'm glad you did. I'm going to start examining water drops in photos from now on.

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