Just about any type of photo subject matter can be converted, portraits, babies and kids, family groups shots, pets, holiday snaps, wedding shots, birthday photos, travel shots, old family album photos. Below is an example of the before and after effect I can achieve from a variety of different photos. Discretion is taken at all times.
Now you can have your favourite photos converted into beautiful genuine looking watercolour art suitable for framing and displaying on your wall for all to admire. The artwork can also be used to print onto everything from greeting cards to textiles and household items.
How does it work? Simply email me your photos in the best quality and size you have available? You can also tell me if you would like any items excluded. Depending on the photo it may be possible, I will advice you before I start. Thereafter I will produce your photos into digital watercolour art you can be proud to display. Every photo is a one off and no two photos will ever be the same.
When I have finished I will email you the finished file which will be supplied as a .jpg. This file is universal and can be opened and displayed by just about every computer, phone, tv, etc. You can either take it to your local photo lab or send it to your favourite lab and have them print it out on various formats or have it framed for display for all to enjoy. The uses are endless.
By suppling you with the file you are free to do what you wish with it without any restrictions.
*If you have old photos perhaps in a album why don't you photograph it using you're mobile or a friends at the highest quality setting. If you have access to a desktop scanner you could use this. Never send or part with your precious photos if they are in print. The end result often depends on the quality of the original photos supplied.
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As I have recently celebrated 25 years in business and I though I would bring together a selection of my images in a couple of books. My photography and illustrations have been used in a broad range of products from magazines and book covers and appeared in exhibitions and TV.
The first volume collects together a cross section of my favourite and best selling portraits that I have taken over this time, commissions for book covers to fine art, surreal, friends and models.
The second volume is available the same style as volume one and covers the variety of stock imagery that I have produced over this period. Science fiction, surreal, architecture, travel etc all with a commercial eye.
While the printed copies are all sold out I have made available high quality .pdf versions available for download. Each volume is approximately 100 pages and printed in full colour. You will be suppled with a link to download them after payment is made.
You can purchase each PDF volumes at a low price of £10.00 each. Payment is via Paypal
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I recently published my Memoir "A Long Walk" that had taken me over 10 years to complete on and off. It has been a highly personal journey which I originally considered only for family members but due to the beautiful response I have had to it since it was published I have decided to keep it on sale for the foreseeable future.
Available in both Paperback and .pdf versions from:
Review by: Julie-anne Cooke, England, UK
Victor Habbick, A Long Walk. An Unreliable Memoir.
An extremely raw and at times sad story of a man brought up from an early age when life centred around tenement living in Glasgow. His stories dissected by memories as and when they came to mind with moments of joy and sadness, highlighting depression and the consequences surrounding this ‘dark dog’ and the way it was never talked about or dealt with.
Having a Mum who grew up in the ‘Gorbals’ in the 1940’s and the stories told of the filth and violence that occurred and subsequently visiting my Nana and Uncle and his family that lived in the sky rise flats through the 60’s to the 80’s in Glasgow, I feel that I can relate more easily to the stories told in a quirky but sometimes tender and emotional way.
Being of the same age as the writer, the fashions, the music, the art is also familiar and life similar but on a different end of the spectrum in being a female.
I have been an acquaintance of the writer through following his photography and the writer has given very positive critique to my images in the early days through a certain ‘photography community’. Having ‘got the eye’ for photography I was very much a beginner, but so wanted to have the skills of the writer. Lack of money and relationship and life setbacks have very much stunted my progression of photography but I still dabble. I still enjoy viewing the writers photography and keep in contact through social media.
I was curious to read the book, as I have never read a book by someone I am acquainted with and have immersed myself during this lockdown period by reading a chapter each evening.
Having finished the book, I realise that it is in part a memoir for the writer himself, he explains that his memory is failing, as it does at a certain age. This is mentioned as he writes, I particularly enjoyed that different memories and images came to his mind, which wormed their way through some of the chapters, quite delightfully diverting from the topic or text you were reading.
Well, done Victor, I feel privileged to have been able to read and share your memories.