B25

I just love vintage WW2 planes. I love photographing them and I love selling my images to people who have the same passion and Glycol in their veins!

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Today I just edited three images of one of my favorite planes I photographed this year: The North American B25

Using a custom combination in Nik Silver Efex Pro, printed on Premium Matt Photo paper at 24x36inches and one (below) at 16x36inches…

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Unframed 24×36 and 16x36inches, priced at $60 each including US shipping

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Contact me to order or visit etsy.com/shop/VPCompany

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Doing a spot of Painting

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As you can see, I am not talking about watercolors or oils on canvas, I am talking baseboards! You know it’s difficult to paint baseboards when there is carpet, you either get paint on the carpet or you pull up the carpet. Here is a tip:

Get yourself a nice piece of thin but strong cardboard or piece of plastic. Place it at 45degrees to the carpet and baseboard, push it in tight and paint the baseboard. you will get a nice clean straight edge of paint on the baseboard and no paint on the carpet.

Enjoy your day, mine is filled today with white paint 🙂

 

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Thinking

 

Image converted using ifftoanyI have been looking at my print costs this year and so far have spent more than what it would cost to buy one of these babies: The Epson SureColor P6000 or the newer P7000 which prints up to 24inches wide ….

I print regularly sell and have printed 20-30 12x18inch prints but also have prints for sale sizes up to 24×72 panoramics which sell probably once every 2-3 months. I’m undecided as yet.