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Hello and welcome to Lens Art.

Lens Art is a collaboration between photographers in the UK, with 4 being currently featured and another 5 preparing their work, and expected to be on board in the very near future.

Most of our prints are now available in canvas, giclee and slate formats, and in a variety of sizes. Some are unsuitable for all formats and sizes, therefore the options available for each print will reflect this.

Art G: Originally an aviation photographer but has now diversified and also has an interest in macro photography since purchasing a Tamron 90mm lens a few years back. Art's main passion is HDR, and states that he uses often complex work flows to create Wall Art from his  photography. The range of treatments is subject dependant, some are subtle and are designed to more accurately replicate what the eye would have seen and the more extreme, used to produce vivid deep colours to resemble a painting - although he draws the line at the grungy appearance some use these days.

Ceegie: A Hampshire based photographer who cut his teeth whilst in the army in the far east with a Petriflex film camera. Now using the Canon EOS 70d as his tool of choice, his photographic interests range from macro (mostly flowers and insects) and birds to landscapes. He often joins Art G and other local photographers on walkabout throughout the Hampshire area, and gets frustrated by the cold - although as we understand it he now has a new pair of gloves...

Chappers Photography: Always aiming to get a sense of realism within his photographs, Chappers Photography will cover a wide range of subjects including wildlife, sports and equine. Although, the favoured and specialist subject of historic aviation has dominated recent work and led to numerous accolades including several airshow reviews and competition commendations. You can now see Chappers Photography’s images adorning the official clothing merchandise of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight.

Oxon Images: A Photographer and Digital Media Artist with a keen interest in military aviation from around the world. Travelling throughout the UK over the years has enabled him to get the images that people want, and also provide the material for some quality digital artworks which have proved to be very popular. He havs covered air shows for reviews as a technical photographer and reviewer for Royal International Air Tattoo, Farnborough International Air Show, Waddington Air Show, RAF Cosford, Airbourne and IWM Duxford on behalf of Airscene.

Images on this site may be available for licensing and enquiries are welcomed in this area. No images on this site should be treated as "public domain" and as such reproduction or other use without licence is strictly prohibited.

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