I can now make prints up to 13×19. So, if you or someone you know requires a print that is larger than legal size (8.5×14) and up to 13×19, I will be able to do that. Please note that due to availability of photo paper, I may not be able to make prints for certain sizes.
I now have the ability to make canvas and fine art prints. So, if you or someone you know would like to have these types of prints made, please get in touch with me. Just a note that I’m only able to make prints in certain sizes because of the canvas and fine art paper only being available in those sizes.
Also, if you or someone you know needs to have any of your prints (including regular ones) framed, let me know, and I can refer you to someone who specializes in that.
I now have a portrait portfolio page up on my photography website. To take a look at it, please click the following link:
I now have the ability to accept bank payments for my photography services. So, if you or someone you know is interested in using my services, and either you or those people are looking to pay via a bank transfer, that is now something I can do.
What are bank payments? When you get an invoice, there may be an option to pay it via a bank payment. What this means is that you can pay the invoice directly from your bank account via the invoice, and the financial systems running in the background move the money from your bank account to the vendor’s bank account. It’s sort of like an Interac e-Transfer, but there is no need to create a secret question before sending the money, and you don’t have to log directly into your online banking account in order to initiate the payment.
If you’re looking to head to the library to read The Treasure of Milky Lake, you can now do so in the following libraries:
- Calgary Public Library
- High River
- Turner Valley (Sheep River Library)
If you’re closest library is not in one of the above locations, please let your local library know that you would like them to add The Treasure of Milky Lake to their collection.
One of my LinkedIn connections has written an article that gives some tips for making videos. So, if you happen to be making videos, or you’re looking to start making your own videos, it’s worth a read. Here’s the link to it:
Two years ago, I started work on The Treasure of Milky Lake by starting on outlining it. Last year, I finished up the first draft of it. Today, I am happy to announce that The Treasure of Milky Lake is finally available for purchase! As I mentioned about a month and a half ago, this book is a children’s book targeted towards kids in Grades 4-8, although parents would also enjoy reading this book.
To get your very own copy of The Treasure of Milky Lake, please go to the following link:
The book is also available for purchase from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, other online bookstores (keep checking to see if it is listed on their websites), and via special order through your local bookstore. If you would like your local bookstore or your local library to carry physical copies on their shelves, go there and make a request to them.
Voting is now open for the Viewbug Spectacular Monochromes photo contest. Voting will be open until the morning of June 27, so please vote for my entry as soon as possible. To vote for the photo that I entered, please click on the link below:
I thank you in advance for your votes, and for your support.
I have entered the Viewbug Spectacular Monochromes photo contest. Voting will open on June 13, so keep an eye out for a post indicating that voting has opened. Until then, you can take a look at all of the entries, including the photo that I have entered, by clicking on the following link:
So, it’s been almost a year since I deleted my original Instagram account because I wasn’t too happy with the way that the new algorithm was working, especially because my work was not being seen as much as it was before the algorithm was changed. After talking to some people over the past month, I found out that it seems like people are starting to see each other’s posts again, though it can take a little longer.
Therefore, I’ve decided to give Instagram another chance, albeit with a new username since my old one is gone forever due to its permanent deletion. Another reason is because of the sheer number of users on it, it’s still a good way to show my work, even if people don’t see it as often as they did before the algorithm was introduced. If you want to see my Instagram feed at any time, please click on the following link: