6 Jan 2020 at 9:27am
Image compilation of 2019
Here are some of my favourite images that have been on displayed in the gallery at some stage during 2019. Looking forward to new exciting images in 2020.
The gallery is always changing so make sure you drop in whenever you are in town.
17 Oct 2019 at 2:10pm
This is West Beach, Esperance.
Esperance undoubtably has the best beaches in the world. The sand is white and the water is an unbelievable turquoise colour. It’s a 9 hour drive to get there from Dunsborough (Western Australia is vast!) but was well worth the trip.
17 Jul 2019 at 7:31pm
If you haven’t been into the Gallery recently, we have lots of new work ❤️
Photographs, scarves, books, ceramic coasters, acrylic blocks, cushions, cards, playing cards and so much more
4 Sep 2018 at 9:00am
I have been using Canson Infinity papers for years and my favourite is Rag Photographique.
Our gallery prints are all made with this paper. I love the matt surface and when it is under glass it looks amazing.
This image was for RM Williams and is a section of the amazing Lake Dumbleyung.
28 Aug 2018 at 8:46am
Found some beauty out in the wheatbelt today with Mark Stothard. Big day of driving but worth it. Western Australia is the home of the salt lakes. All shapes, sizes and colours
26 Jul 2018 at 12:29pm
Another blue series. This time from Cuba, featuring the most published and copied photo of all time. Such an interesting place to visit.
25 Jul 2018 at 11:48am
I recently had to do some different edits for a client who was wanting African images but in blue tones. Thought I would share a couple of images from that process.
8 Mar 2018 at 10:01am
Check this out. I swear on my dead dogs grave that this is real not photoshopped. I was in Namibia with a group and thought I would chuck some sand in the air to get some rays of light. What I got looks to be the ghost of a small child. @peterhooymans was making all these blood curdling screams and I guess he summoned the dead. Spooky stuff.
7 Mar 2018 at 2:32pm
I was in Namibia a year and a half ago. What a place. It is a dream location for landscape shooters with towering sand dunes, mountains and deserts. I would definitely go back there one day. This is a photo of the Quiver tree or Kokerboom. It is a tall, branching species of succulent plant, indigenous to Southern Africa, specifically in the Northern Cape region of South Africa, and parts of Southern Namibia. Amazing looking trees.
I will be doing a video tutorial on how this image was edited. If you are a subscriber to my training website, www.christianfletchertraining.com you will get it later this week. If you’re not currently a subscriber you can do that on the website where there are more than 50 video tutorials showing how I do my work.
23 Nov 2017 at 9:35pm
Found this tucked away on my hard drive. So many images just needing a little time to come together. I always say photography is about time and money! Esperance! I must get back there.