I photographed these sails in 2006 with my first digital camera, and the images I took with that camera had their limitations. But technology has come a long way since then, and thanks to a new “magic” software, these prints can now go up to 40x60 inches.
The Latest News from Cattie Coyle Photography
A brand new print collection just went live! This one has been a few years in the making, I had meant to launch it in 2020, but the pandemic came and it didn’t feel right to write about travel when so many around the world weren’t able to leave their homes for weeks or even months.
But, finally, the first four prints in the Travel Photography - France collection are live, and there are several more to come!
The prints are actually part of a larger endeavor - I have wanted to share more from all my travels for years now, and these prints are being released with accompanying blog posts where I write about my experiences, share travel tips, and lots of new photos. The first two posts, as well as a downloadable travel guide, are up on the blog now. The image above is Plage de la Garoupe, from Cap d’Antibes, and that post will be published in a few weeks, but the print is already live.
Releasing something brand new always comes with a mix of excitement and anxiety, and I can’t wait to hear what you think about this new collection, and the posts! :-)
It’s always so exciting to see my prints in their new homes, and I love how Umbrella No. 1, Line on the Horizon No. 1, and Morning Meditation No. 1 look in this stunning dining room by Michelle Berwick Design. Michelle says "Every time I see this beachy blissful artwork, I feel relaxed".
On The Wall Framing, who represents my work in Canada, did the framing and arranged the art installation, and I think those wide mats are gorgeous. If you’re ever interested in wider mats than what I normally use, get in touch for a quote!
Glittering ocean waves to cheer us up on a chilly winter day! Or any day. :-)