Flypaper Textures

Posts Tagged ‘published’

Stormy Sea now a book cover

  It’s always exciting to discover  one of your photos used on a book cover so I was very happy to spy this Getty licensed Flypaper textured one being used so beautifully on the cover of this new book,  Miss Fuller by April Bernard. The recipe has been published before but to save you having […]


Chasing the wind

Its always nice to wake up and find another one of your babies gracing a published book cover! Here’s today’s, an American thriller, heavily textured with our flypaper painterly textures. Its just a preview copy as its not yet out, so I expect their colours will hopefully not be as muddled as this one with […]


Flypaper Textures as seen in Photoshop User Magazine!

This month’s September issue of Photoshop User we were both surprised and delighted to see our Flypaper textures recommended in a double page texture feature spread! Katrin Eismann, the famous Photoshop writer, told us that she really loved the Flypapers quality, just before flying off on a lecture tour of the US! Its a great […]


Thom Cross – Standing on the Edge of the World

Yet another Flypaper product to share, this time an indie pop CD/EP! Several months ago I was contacted by Thom, originally a New Zealander, and now a London based musician who wanted to use one or two of my images, naturally I was delighted to help, and sorted him out with this and another image, […]


The Provence Cure for the Brokenhearted

This publication has just been released so we’re delighted to share! This book cover Designed by Natalie Winter and has to be our favorite production so far! Lavishly produced with folding flaps, embossed type fonts with lavender textures and of course, our dear old flypapers ! Complimentary copy very kindly sent from Allen & Unwin; […]


The miracle of positive thought

Its always a pleasure to share our published images. This book came out a few days ago, shot last summer, we’ve already shared the recipe, but here we’ve brought the two together! Translation: Where there is a will there is a way! The miracle of positive thought. This was shot a few mins after sunrise […]


My first cover!

My first book cover, or at least the first one I’ve managed to find. Although my image (the bird and branches) only makes up a small portion of the cover I’m thrilled! And yes I’ll be buying the book and will even read it, might have to read the previous books in the series first […]


Another Flypaper publication!

Before I start blogging again I thought I’d share this new French book cover publication of mine! Its interesting to show here because the texture I used was one of the first prototype Flypaper Textures! Its now included in the very first Texture pack and is called ‘necropolis’ Unfortunately I cant share this recipe as […]


Butterfly Bliss

Just like to take this opportunity to thank all our customers and viewers and wish everybody from both of us – Happy Holidays!:-)Here’s an oldie but a Goldie, taken with a 75-300m zoom lens in the summer at a small lavender farm at Barjac in the Gard area of the south of France. Processed first […]


Barge through the mist

Another from my misty day shoot!This time along our famous Beziers ‘Canal du Midi’, built by Paul Riquet The most famous son of our city of Beziers. It connects the French Atlantic West-coast with the French Mediterranean, a huge feat of civil engineering for its time. This barge appeared out of the dark mist, looming […]


La tour romane

This 10th century Franco Roman tower is just outside the medieval village of Puissalicon.Its just a short 10 min drive north from my coastally situated Beziers.known as a veritable masterpiece of Romanesque art in Languedoc.Its 4.3m wide and stands at 26m.It was built as a bell tower for the church of Saint Etienne de Peazan […]


Gilded

This is in the south of France in my local languedoc area.There were many old windmills, but these are fast disappearing.This one overlooks my old village as seen from a farmers side road.I’d never seen it before the other evening! For this bucolic sunset scene I used three flypaper textures,two of them doubled.Bruised Saffron Soft […]


over a hill

During the golden hour, I came across a vineyard bordering a pine woods, and had to stop for a quick shoot.Its a simple two texture combo, Caramel Soft (full blur) with the soft light setting @ opacity 92%.Necropolis again with soft light @ 100% opacity and fill @ 79%.A slight vignette was also used to […]