The Spring Collection …

It looks like winter is finally behind us, so while the prints of St Monans in the snow and cute robins are still available, I’m busy lining up new prints that reflect the change of season, including wildlife such as seabirds and squirrels, and landscapes with great skies, sunrises and sunsets. I’ll be adding them …

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GDPR, Privacy, Blah, Blah, Blah …

If you are like me, you are probably fed up of all the emails about GDPR. In fact, if you are a lot like me, you are probably even more fed up of thinking about what you need to do to be compliant with GDPR and what should go into your privacy policy for your …

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St Monans in Mono

I’m always happy to consider bespoke requests, whether for a print from a photo on the blog, or a particular size, mount, frame, material, or as here, a request for a black and white version of the first Imagenic offering, the 120cm x 30cm canvas print of St Monans in the Snow. This could have been …

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Christmas is coming …

[metaslider id=166] Since setting up as a business, I’ve sold a few prints and the cards are now selling well. Maybe you are thinking about ordering a print for Christmas, or would like a few seasonal cards of St Monans in the Snow, robins and other wildlife? If so, please note that I don’t yet …

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Copper Reflections, Aluminium Print

This is the latest print available from Imagenic. It’s experimental – the first one I’ve had printed on aluminium. Looking at those copper-coloured reflections in the water, this picture seemed an obvious candidate for the process. The result is a sharp and reflective image that in the right light has an impression of depth within …

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Lining up the Landmarks

Over the years, I’ve taken a lot of photographs of St Monans’ landmarks, individually and collectively. From a few places, they are all visible and almost aligned. By carefully picking your viewpoint – a few yards can make a big difference – they can appear side by side. Move far enough away, use a telephoto lens, …

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St Monans in the snow

Welcome to Imagenic The first picture to be featured on the website is a panorama of St Monans, taken during the snowy winter of 2010. It shows the entire vista of the village that can be seen from atop the east pier harbour wall, with the kirk at the far left and the windmill just …

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