I have uploaded nearly 50 images of writers, editors, artists and publishers, taken at various conventions over the years, to my Flickr gallery — click here to take a peak. I will be adding further photos when time allows.
I have always preferred black and white photography for portraiture — it reduces distracting colours, especially those in the background, and, I believe, allows the personality to show through.
The above photo is of the late and very great Tanith Lee. I took this at an Eastercon a few years back.
I have uploaded a handful of new “zapped” images to my Flickr gallery. As usual, most of these are available to use as book covers, etc. Just drop me a message if you are interested. I am able to do slight edits on the images if necessary (eg hue, size, etc).
The British Fantasy Society used one of my pictures for a recent issue of the BFS Journal. The journal’s editor has selected another of my images for a future edition, I’m happy to say. I’ll post the cover here when it appears.
I recently bought some coloured inks, having seen their vibrancy in artwork at a local exhibition. Here is my first effort. And Hallowe’en is only three months away.
I’ve uploaded more artwork to my Flickr account. Most of the images here are available for book covers, etc. Just contact me for details.
Here’s a Grey I met the other day. Friendly chap. Like Paul, he wasn’t into anal probing, either.
Image (c) Peter Coleborn
Check out my artwork that’s suitable for use on book covers, etc.
All are available at 300 dpi, and all are (c) Peter Coleborn.