Latest Images - Super High Resolution, Panoramic Marbles

April 07, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

Our latest images are a collection of 67 super-high resolution panoramic marbles. These can be printed on glass, wallpaper, vinyl, fabric, canvas and make an excellent, low cost alternative to real marble. The greater functionality of some products actually makes them preferable to real marble and the panoramic format of our images means that full walls can be covered more easily without repeats. The full selection of our Backgrounds and Textures, including marble, stone, rock, tree barks and many others can be viewed here

The brochure can be downloaded here (24MB).

V10BG19  Statuary MarbleV10BG19 Statuary Marble

V10BG22  ShadowlandsV10BG22 Shadowlands

V10BG21  Daino Marble NaturalV10BG21 Daino Marble Natural

V10BG48  ShadowV10BG48 Shadow

V10BG67 Electric UniverseV10BG67 Electric Universe

V10BG83 Shivakashi Granite Moonlit NightV10BG83 Shivakashi Granite Moonlit Night

 


New London Images and New Installations

April 07, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

Working on a large installation in London last year allowed me to significantly update my London images collections.

P4C39  Thames Evening - The Shard, City Hall, City of London and Tower of London, London, UKP4C39 Thames Evening - The Shard, City Hall, City of London and Tower of London, London, UK Click on the above image to see the latest London panoramics. Click on the image below to see latest regular format London images:

V9C60  Tower Bridge, London, UKV9C60 Tower Bridge, London, UK

Recent installations at UHSM Wythenshawe Hospital in Manchester used a number of my images - especially Peak District panoramics and many wildflower images. You can read more about them by clicking the image below:

UHSM Wythenshawe Hospital Hybrid TheatresUHSM Wythenshawe Hospital Hybrid TheatresSurprise View, Peak District Panoramic - 7.5m x 2.5m Vinyl Prints

Another recent installation was at Salford Royal, this time in the Outpatients waiting areas and Theatre Corridor. See more by clicking the image below:

Salford Royal PhotoGlassWorks Front Lit

Our installation schedule has been such that most of last year's images haven't been processed yet! Watch this space for updates. 

You may have noticed that this website has had a bit of a Spring clean. It should make it easier to navigate around the images. I'm also now on lots of other social media platforms - Instagram, Flickr, Tumblr - with more coming. Click the links at the top right to connect with me there. And if you want to know what the large London installation was, click here.

 


Announcing the Launch of Our Super High Resolution Art Images Brochure

November 10, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

Download our new Super High Resolution Art Images brochure by clicking the image below. 

(56MB, opens in new window. You can right click to download to a folder of your choice).

 
All images are available for licensing or artworks use. Email us or call on 01508 535840 for details.
 

This brochure contains selected images from a unique collection of super-high resolution images, one of the first available in the UK. Taken by British photographic artist Richard Osbourne over 12 years, it contains a wide range of photographs of Britain and other countries, plus many abstract images suitable for textures and pattern backgrounds. All images have been taken on the highest quality equipment, using meticulous technique and have an integrity and quality that is immediately obvious when printed at large sizes.

Richard’s panoramic images in particular are unique: ranging from 500MB to 2GB, these are much higher resolution and often much wider than the panoramic images available on most stock libraries. High resolution images give a very satisfying sense of ‘being at the scene’ that cannot be matched by low resolution files that have been blown up to large sizes. You won’t find pixellation, ‘jaggies’, blotches, poor colour in any of these images when used at larger sizes. The panoramic images range from 3:1 up to 10:1 aspect ratios: a 3m high wall could have an image up to 30m long with no repeats!

Super High Resolution Art Images Brochure*** CLICK TO DOWNLOAD PDF IN NEW WINDOW (56MB) ***


Big Announcement and Some New Images

November 06, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

I'm delighted to announce the launch of our collaboration with Southern Counties Glass and the opening of the 'Richard Osbourne Gallery' at their premises in Horsham, West Sussex. If you like the idea of a splashback for your kitchen, a shower wall with an image of your choice or even a full-height glass wall, head over to their website: http://www.southerncountiesglass.co.uk/digital.html

You can also download their brochure in full here.

Southern Counties Glass, Richard Osbourne Gallery

What else? Well, I've been shooting intensively in London for upcoming projects - examples below from Royal Victoria Docks - and I currently have over 50 shoots that need processing... for reasons that will become clear soon! Let's just say that all the super-wide, super-high resolution panoramas and super-high resolution images need to be more widely-known.

V9C29  Royal Victoria Dock, Docklands, London, UKV9C29 Royal Victoria Dock, Docklands, London, UKSuper High Resolution
8984 x 6732 pixels
Phase One IQ260 / DF+ Camera / 75-150mm lens

 

 

P4C57  Royal Victoria Dock, Docklands, London, UKP4C57 Royal Victoria Dock, Docklands, London, UKUltra Resolution 79632 x 8695 pixels

 

 


Latest Architectural Photographs, May 2015

May 26, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

Thanks to our clients LSI Architects and Morgan Sindall who have been keeping us busy with several shoots recently. Browse recent public sector architectural photoshoots here.

This is the new Riverside Offices in Lowestoft for LSI Architects:

And this is the Simon Aspinall Centre at Norfolk Wildlife Trust's Cley Marshes, for LSI Architects:

Hadleigh Park for Morgan Sindall:

The new Colchester Park and Ride, also for Morgan Sindall:

And this right here... this is my bonkers new Gitzo tripod - able to get well above ground-based obstructions and give a different perspective on buildings!

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