My apologies to those that have not seen a post in a little while. Between family life and out in the field, things have been quite hectic.
In the meantime, please feel free to check out my new ‘Silver Series’ images that may be purchased online at: http://www.michaeliwasaki.com/buy-now/silver-series-images-2
Images in the silver series are smaller than my traditional sizing and printed on canvas!
I have now updated my site to allow purchases of images, for delivery (within Canada), of my Gold Series Images.
The new series are smaller in size, with the same care and attention to detail as my Platinum Series.
Purchases are made by using the PayPal interface which allows users to still use VISA, MC, Amex (all major credit cards), even if you do not have a PayPal account. Simply click below where it reads “Don’t have a PayPal account“.
With the new option to purchase directly from my site, I have also added two more images for the series. Over the next couple of months, I will continue to update this series.
View my Gold Series Fine Art Images HERE
After much debate, thought and wonderful feedback, I have decided to split my images into two series. My large format print images will be a part of my “Platinum Series”, typically ranging in sizes upward of 60”+ and majority of images framed in a high end, olive tree veneer.
Because not everyone will have space for this size of an image, I have decided to create a second series (Gold Series), which will typically be sizes up to a maximum of 48” x 20”, unframed with a lower price point.
I am happy to introduce the first two of these images in these series
These pieces will be posted to my gallery at http://www.michaeliwasaki.com shortly!
I am happy to announce two new additions to my gallery which may be found at: http://www.michaeliwasaki.com/galleries/recent-gallery-additions/#.Uy3U6oWwXz4
The two pictures were taken on separate days with similar, yet different composition.
I was originally only going to have one of them available in my gallery, however because of the split in my poll on thoughts, I have decided to keep both.
The first of the images, #105 – City lights From Athletes Village, is 95″ x 29″, unframed and will be limited to 10 editions (+2 artist proofs), signed numbered, and accompanied with my standard embossed certificate of authenticity and the second image, which is of a slightly different composition, #106 – St. Patricks Day at Science World is 95″ x 33″, unframed and again limited to 10 editions. Print may be found in Plaza Galleries closer to summer (keep posted closer to the date).
Pricing available on my website
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I am super excited to have finally placed my order with Spencer down at ReallyRightStuff.com.
These guys are really on top of the world when it comes to professional pano heads and equipment to do proper panorama photography. So what do you really need to get going properly? This was my order, and i’ll explain the reasons for the equipment…
The biggest problem with panoramic photography is not having the correct nodal point of the lens. The nodal point is one of the two points in a compound optical system, located so that a light ray directed through the first point will leave the system through the second point, parallel to its original direction. Also called axial point. This point must be centered properly in order to achieve a perfect, non distorted panorama.
- Ergonomic design gives superior handling and unsurpassed reliability.
– Lowest profile in its class.
– Large main locking knob incorporates stainless steel ballbearings for a lifetime of silky smooth control.
– Dual drop-notches allow maximum flexibility for positioning the camera.
– Micrometer tension adjustment is repeatable and absolutely reliable.
– Precision panning base is finely laser-engraved at 2.5 degrees intervals and features our unique drum & brake design for effortless locking.
– All components are of the finest Really Right Stuff quality, machined from solid aircraft aluminum or stainless steel for maximum durability and minimum weight.
– Comes with lever-release panning clamp for the ultimate ease in leveling. The perfect setup for panoramas.
L-plate for Nikon MB-D12 grip (D800) – Plate required if using the MB-D12 battery grip on the D800E
Foot for Nikon AF-S VR & VR-II 70-200mm f/2.8 – Footer plate for the 70-200 lense
Rail & clamp package, MPR-192 + Mini-Clamp Pkg – This creates the ultimate nodal slide with smooth adjustability along the full length (192mm) of the MPR-192. This package’s enhanced versatility allows for mounting camera bodies or collared lenses simply by rotating the mini-clamps.
Omni-Pivot Pano Package includes CB-10 + PG-02 LR head (nodal slide not included) – This package for shooting 360° panoramas will add to your Pano Elements or similar package to build a multi-row capable pano head. Please note that this package does not include a nodal slide or horizontal panning component.
Looking forward to some amazing panos, just awaiting delivery and will share some images.
Interested? Check out http://www.reallyrightstuff.com
I am very excited today to have 7 of my pieces call the Hollyburn Country Club in West Vancouver home.
I have both Michaela and Lisa to thank for this! (Thanks ladies! Very much appreciated).
Packaging them up was a bit of a marathon and unfortunately, my 8’ Vancouver Skyline was left at home. The truck was full. It simply would not fit without crushing something underneath.
All images on display, as normal are printed on aluminum. I am pretty happy with the placement and thankful for those that helped make this happen. Just to package the pieces was a full roll and a half of 3M Packaging tape.
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A familiar vantage point for many. Typically I do not take many pictures during daylight, however this one fits perfectly to bring out the texture within the trees in the foreground and to be able to see all the freighters lining up to come into the harbor.
Print limit: 10
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