New Limited Edition Prints Available
Every week, a new print comes available. It’s always a pleasure to make these available to collectors and the like. Each of them is numbered to ensure each one is unique. We keep a record of the original owners of these so there is trail, which you should also follow if you want to check on the authenticity of a work. There are a lot of rogue printing companies out there, but just by purchasing via this link, you can be assure it is authentic.
This week’s print is “The Treetop Temple Protects Kyoto“. It’s one of my favorites from Japan, and I’m sure you’ll see why.
Daily Photo – The Kiss
I’m sure most of you recognize this from the famous photo in New York after the war. I’ve wondered if that photographer took hundreds of photos that day and all of them were horrible except for the famous one. I’ve had days like that! Anyway, I’d love to see all of his various work from that day to see what else he snapped up.
That photo has been recreated here into a giant statue in San Diego. It now sits in front of the huge aircraft carrer, which you can see in the distance, enshrouded in fog.
Live Video Chat Thursday Evening in the USA
The video chat for the pre-release of the book will be up at tinychat.com/stuckincustoms. Actually, it’s up now, but I won’t be broadcasting video until the event starts at 7 PM CST on Nov 19th. Come back then and join in!
Topaz Adjust and Noiseware
It’s been a while since I mentioned these great products! I used both of them in the image below; the former was for sharpening and the latter was for noise reduction. I also used Noiseware on the Tokyo photo from yesterday. To find out more and get coupon codes, check out the Topaz Adjust Review and the Noiseware Review.
Daily Photo – Trees and an Aircraft Carrier in the Fog
The time I spent in San Diego was very moody and covered in fog. I went down to the shore one night to spy the USS Midway. The fog was pea-soup thick and it gave the environs quite the mood. I found these amazing trees nearby that seemed wonderfully illuminated against the glow from the aircraft carrier.