One of Yours, One of Mine.

In News & Stuff by David

It’s been far too long since I’ve done a giveaway on the blog. What can I say, I got busy and it takes time to beg for free stuff. 🙂

I’ve been wanting to shine the light on my friends at Artistic Photo Canvas again and as the time rolls around for me to do a few more canvases I asked Lew at APC if he’d share the loving with you. So here’s what we’re going to do. At the end of the month-ish I’ll do a random draw from the comments left at the bottom of this post. The winner will receive 2 canvases. One will be a print of mine, something from my VENICE series, printed specially for you. The other will be a print of yours. Lew will work with you to get you amazing 16×24 canvases of both your work and mine.

Artistic Photo Canvas does an exceptional job, and they are the only ones I’ll use for printing my work on canvas. Their work hangs proudly in several places in my home, and consistently gets amazed reactions from other photographers for the quality, clarity, and colour-fidelity. True archival giclée prints on canvas shipped to your door, and created by a team who values exceptional customer service. If you’ve never seen your work large, you owe it to your photographs a chance to speak this loudly and clearly.

Want a chance at a couple gorgeous canvases? First, please do check out the APC website. Secondly, please leave a comment on this post. Make sure you leave your name and email in the fields provided. I don’t have time to hunt you down. Lastly, and sadly, this is open only to people with – or willing to arrange – a mailing address in the U.S. and Canada. Sorry, folks, but shipping on these can be pretty hefty. Them’s the rules.


To be clear, APC sponsors me, but from the beginning I have chosen my sponsors because I use them, love them, and admire the way they interact with the photographic community. If I didn’t use them for my own work, I wouldn’t recommend them or take them on as a sponsor. Lew and his team have not only my support but my friendship and respect.We sometimes forget the power of the large print, but if all you ever do is see it on your monitor/display, then you’re missing out.