Living on a sheep and beef farm, I am not too short of photo opportunities. I had in my mind the exact shot that I wanted to capture of one of our bulls and I was very eager.
I was all prepared, had all my equipment charged up and ready to go. I set out for a small hike about our farm to find my particular subject, the Angus Bull. I knew where he was was located, I had it all sussed.
After raining all week, it was finally a beautiful clear day to head out with my camera, so I was excited with what I was going to create. I love the sun shining on the Angus Bulls as it truly shows up their black shiny coats in my photographs.
However, when I got there, the bull had different ideas. He clearly didn’t get the memo but he was having a ball nevertheless. What I was hoping for was a beautiful clean, shiny bull ready to do some great modelling poses for me. What I got was a bull who was rolling around in a mud bath. I was gutted. I was really excited about my photograph that I had all planned in my head, and what I got was completely different. I didn’t want a muddy bull.
I figured, I had got all this way out into the paddock with all my equipment, I may as well take some shots anyway, it wasn’t going to hurt and this was the result.
Fine Art Prints:
This is a fine art photograph printed on superior quality 220 gsm paper. A high quality, Fine Art Paper offers a professional, conservation-quality natural white art print with a lightly textured matte finish.
Handle with Care - Please handle your prints with care and avoid scratching or overly rubbing or touching the surface. To keep your prints looking great, they must be handled with care using gloves and preferably framed or displayed right away. Oils from your fingertips can mark black prints easily. It is recommended for black prints to be opened and framed by a professional. Attempting to open and re roll the print to put back in the tube can damage your print.
We offer a simple, contemporary moulding. Colours Available: White, Black, Oak Wood Grain. Please get in contact if you wish for another colour.
Frames are handmade and can be shipped worldwide. Frames are made with a high quality acrylic that is a great alternative to glass.
Acrylic is used in homes, businesses, museums & galleries.
Acrylic is so much stronger than conventional glass & significantly lighter than security glass. It is also more valuable than glass. This also enables the product to be shipped without the worry of your print being damaged in transit.
Glass is available if you prefer and are able to pick up from our framing locations. Please contact us first.
Our frames are sold printed and ready to hang.
You have an option of selecting a white border. This will not increase the size of your print, the image will slightly shrink to allow room for the border in order for the print to remain the same size.
Tip: Darker or Black Prints will show a lot of reflection off the glass/acrylic, especially if near windows. We recommend either switching to a canvas or asking us about the Non Reflective Glass option ( additional cost)
Not all canvas prints are created equal. We’re proud of our exceptional print quality, and ability to reproduce every nuance of your favourite By The Horns print on beautifully textured canvas.
Printed on Cotton-polyester canvas, long-life latex inkjet printing and museum grade lacquer (lustre finish, protects against moisture, abrasion and UV damage).
Our canvas prints are presented on a sturdy 1-1/4” (32mm) stretcher frame, with hanging hardware already attached. The printed canvas is wrapped around the edges of the frame.
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