Martin Lucas, Print Manager from dStudio based in Little Clacton, Essex have very kindly shared their experiences of using Hahnemühle paper and canvas with us:
We’re a small fine art print studio serving (mostly) self publishing artists with prints of their artwork, illustrations and photographs. We started life a long time ago as a picture framers, the print studio was started in 2012 as we noticed the artists we worked with started to ask about printing and where they could get reproductions of their works produced. Nearly 4 years later and we’ve printed for 1000’s of artists from all over the world.more
For subjects in stunning panoramic formats Hahnemühle launches two bestselling paper grades from the acclaimed Photo Rag® range. Perfect for presenting landscapes or cityscapes with ease. The matt Photo Rag® 308 or the glossy Photo Rag® Baryta are the two grades to choose from. The sheet size of 21 x 59.4 cm offers an ideal ratio for landscape format images and can be easily printed with an A4 printer.more
Written by Lesia Maruschak
World renowned artist George Kordis is an interpreter of man’s relationship with man. This curious and ever evolving artistic genius has a passion for engaging the spectator in what is a living artform with a surrealistic expressionistic voice.more
Jason Henthorne is an international award-winning artist who works in the medium of high contrast black and white photography. Influenced primarily by his passion for the oceans of the world, these intersections of ocean and earth provide the backdrop for his minimalistic ethereal visions of cumulative time. For his latest project “Between Worlds” he cooperated with sandsulpture artist Amador and Hahnemühle. We are pleased to present an insight of black/white seascape photography by the American photographer.more
When did you discover your passion for photography?
I was 16 years old on a school trip and I was put in charge of documenting the whole trip.
On the occasion of the 14th anniversary of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York we are honoured to publish a guest article on an image of personal and world history written by Robert Dutruch, photographer and printer at Lost Hills Studio in New Orleans, USA.