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World Fine Art Gallery Featured In UK Blog

September 4th, 2014

World Fine Art Gallery Featured In UK Blog

News & Bragging Rights – We Just Got Featured on a Cool UK based Blog!

Today our Celebrate the World Fine Art Gallery was featured on an amazing and curated UK based Blog called Fine Art America Videos by Geordie Gardiner a FAA artist. Whoopee!! Please visit and share this news! Use the sharing icons in the link. Thanks.

David and Anna Smith founders of Interface Images are world travel photographers, travel writers, Bloggers and cruise ship guest lecturers and work shop leaders published worldwide. Their Blog is Images-Connecting the World. and their fine art online collection is Celebrate the World Fine Art Gallery where prints and image download licenses for Blogs and publications are available

Fine Art America is the World’s leading supplier of print on demand fine art from living artists and provides worldwide shipping from several US and recently announced UK based production facilities. Products range from gallery wraps, framed canvas prints,...

Travel Photo Artist David Smith Expands World Panorama Collection

August 12th, 2014

Travel Photo Artist David Smith Expands World Panorama Collection

World Photography Artist David Smith announces a newly expanded super wide Stunning World Panorama fine art image gallery at http://5-david-smith.artistwebsites.com/art/all/stunning+world++panoramas/all

The images in this Fine Art America gallery have been specially processed as wide width high quality panoramic images captured in famous places across this beautiful world. These fine art images convey the grandeur, color and texture of each place. All images in this gallery have an aspect ratio of 5:1 or 4:1 and can be printed in sizes up 108 inches wide and 21.6 inches tall. Perfect for over your living room fireplace mantle, rec room or hallways. Impress your office visitors, hotel guests or restaurant patrons with panoramic fine art prints in your board rooms, lobbies, hotel room or dining room walls. Available as museum quality framed prints, gallery wraps, metal prints, acrylic prints or tube rolled prints with worldwide shipping and a 100% money back guarantee offered...

World Panorama Fine Art Image Gallery Announced

March 4th, 2014

World Panorama Fine Art Image Gallery Announced

Vancouver, BC March 2, 2014.

World travel photography artist David Smith announced the launch of a new World panorama fine art image gallery today. Hosted by Fine Art America, this gallery contains carefully crafted images stitched from multiple images captured at world famous locations. Each image is artistically enhanced for added texture, remarkable depth and dramatic colors. Super wide panoramic scenes from all major continents captured during David's recent world travels have just been added to this unique gallery.

Browse the gallery for stunning panoramic views of Sydney, Cape Town and Monte Carlo Harbours, Portofino in the Italian Riviera, the Santorini caldera, historic Salvador in Brazil, Istanbul at sunset and Hawaii's Waimea Canyon, among others.

One of David's favourite pano images is his 360 degree capture of the interior of New York City's Grand Central Station rendered in full colour and black and white versions.

These fine art...

Photo Artist David Smith Awarded Image Of The Day By Light And Composition Magazine

May 14th, 2013

Photo Artist David Smith Awarded Image Of The Day By Light And Composition Magazine

Fine Art America Artist a David Smith's Hoi An Fisherman fine art photograph was awarded Image of the Day by Light and Composition Magazine on May 15, 2013. This prestigious award recognizes David's world travel photography skills and provides exceptional international exposure for his Interface Images world location, ethnic lifestyle, cultural and fine art photography

David Smith commented on this image: "this marvelous old man sits in his canoe at the UNESCO World Heritage site of Hoi An Vietnam an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century . He patiently waits for tourists to walk along the bank of the village lake saying with broken English words “pictures for a dollar but all photos taken of him by all were terrible”.

David elaborated on how to quickly and dramatically improve the photography in this once in a lifetime photo op in his Blog post "A Travel Image Brief by David Smith - Hoi...