Four more photography art prints available as large size prints

Four more in this series of sixteen. To see all of them visit the web shop at https://ulrikaekblomphoto.patternbyetsy.com

When I started making these images I had an idea that I wanted to shape what I could find of wild flowers into abstract shapes. Some geometric and some towards the organic. Controlling the shapes as much as possible with living flowers. I also wanted the images to add color to a home or a space. In a discreet way with a smaller print or as a statement piece with the large format print. The images are photographed with a Hasselblad, a very high quality camera. This high quality, high resolution make the images very detailed in a large print when looking close. When looking at the print farther away it is about the shape and color.

This new series of art photos are available as usual in different sizes. But different for these images are that a larger size of 140 x 100 cm is available and in a limited edition of 100 prints. The limited edition print is printed on heavy weight (308g) archival Hahnemühle photorag paper. The limited edition prints are numbered and signed by pencil.

shapes of summer art photography prints part two

More shapes of summer art photography prints. The purple clover flower, the blue corn flower and some blackberries. There are 16 prints total in the series. To see them all welcome to visit my print shop: https://ulrikaekblomphoto.patternbyetsy.com

This new series of art photos are available as usual as in different sizes. But different for these images are that a larger size of 100×140 cm is available and in a limited edition of 100 prints. The limited edition print is printed on heavy weight (308g) archival Hanhemühle photo rag paper. The limited edition prints are numbered and signed by pencil.

shapes of summer is a new photography art print series in large sizes and limited edition, part one

This is a new series of art photographs of wild flowers and berries shaped into memories of summer. Some of the last wildflowers of the summer photographed as flat lays. Shaped into rectangles, ovals and organic shapes. The colors are blue and purple set against black and rusty browns.

There are a total of 16 images. In this post there are four of them. I will show the others over the coming weeks. If you want to see them all now you can see them in the web print shop here: https://ulrikaekblomphoto.patternbyetsy.com

This new series of art photos are available as usual in different sizes. But different for these images are that a larger size of 140 x 100 cm is available and in a limited edition of 100 prints. The limited edition print is printed on heavy weight (308g) archival Hahnemühle photorag paper. The limited edition prints are numbered and signed by pencil.

Bougainvilleas on Crete, Magnolias in Paris, Wisteria on a street in Copenhagen and a raspberries print. Popular images on pinterest and photo prints.

Orange bougainvillea photo print. Ulrika Ekblom Photography.
The orange bougainvillea photo print. I took the photo on a work trip to Crete, Greece.

These images are the ones of my images that are at the moment most popular on Pinterest. I use Pinterest so much, I get lots of inspiration for a lot of different things in my life both worklife and homelife. For work I make mood boards for specific projects like my photo prints or the cook books I make. It is very easy to share ideas when working together with other people. I’ve been collecting images for many years as well as sharing my own. Here are some of my own that are the most popular on Pinterest at the moment and all of them are also photography prints in my print shop. All images are linked to the print shop.

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photo journal no 18: conservatory and gardens

I’m on vacation from my job as a photographer, but still at home as many might be this summer. A couple of days ago I took a trip over the day with my family to a garden a little bit north of Uppsala (the town I live in in Sweden) to a small old town called Österbybruk. There they have an old conservatory with gardens surrounding it. So beautiful with the old buildings and flowers, herbs and vegetables. Very inspirational both for photography and gardening. Visit their website at www.osterbybruk-orangeri.se

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photo journal no 17: the meadow allotment

On a rainy and quiet dark day around midsummer I revisited this allotment made into a meadow. So beautiful. I had happened to pass it a few days earlier on a sunny day but with no camera. Now the weather was changing to rainy and windy and I wanted to shoot some photos before the meadow lost it’s flowers in the wind and rain. It started raining just when I got there and I got som photos just in time. I love that the owner uses the whole of the allotment as a meadow with different flowers. Nothing else, not even a place to sit. But lovely with the blue and pink flowers. I will go back this summer to see if the owner is there and if the flowering changes during the summer. So hopefully to be continued…

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Photo Journal no 16: azaleas and rhododendrons

The Azaleas and rhododendrons in full bloom the other evening in a garden on the outskirts of Uppsala in Sweden. All the bright colors surrounded by a calmer green garden making the colors just beautiful.

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Photo journal no 15: Dandelions

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More sets of two prints

Mimosa and California

Some more of the sets of two, all linked to the shop.

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New in the shop: Sets of two prints

Jelly fish and fish pond

I’ve been playing around with my prints from the Print Shop and paired them two and two. It’s a lot of fun because it can change the feeling of the photo, it becomes something new. When pairing images you can think in colors, contrasting or in harmony with each other. You can think a theme, or a matching light. There are many ways to do it. I have small prints of all my work so I combine them in real life to see what I like. After that I combine them in photoshop. Here are a few of them all linked to the shop.

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