April 1, 2012 – and this is no joke – welcome to my new website.
Cecile Gambin Photography is now divided in half to reflect the type of photography that I am passionate about. One side is dedicated for all types of action sports while the other half is committed to my fine art side. Up to this point I have been mixing my action photographs with my Fine Art ones and frankly it was becoming quite confusing for clients who wanted to look at event photos (as I had to put them on Flickr) or to even purchase one. And I do thank you all for being understanding and patient with Cecile Gambin Photography. I’ll think you will like these changes and the direction that CGP is heading into.
It was decided to take the current website and create two sections. Karen from Stripe Graphics and her trusty computer guru web site developer Calvin at Blue Comet Solutions have done a superb job of separting the site yet keeping it together. Sounds confusing? It is not. Start at the landing page and take a tour.
Here are some noteable features of my new site:
- Fine Art and Action Sports photography are now separated – makes much more sense now
- Regular updates on my photographic whereabouts via my appropriate blog:
- Want to know where I will be exhibiting my Fine Art work next or see a new landscape? Visit my Fine Art blog and gallery.
- Want to view pictures of a recent race or event? View my Action blog and gallery.
- Purchasing will be held through Zenfolio – major credit cards and PayPal accepted
- Easy no nonsense pricing, shipping and one-stop shopping
All Fine Art printing and shipping will be overlooked by me and Giclee printed on Fine Art paper, signed in limited editions and will be of museum quality. On the Action side Zenfolio will handle regular C-prints and shipping unless if you order a digital painting in which case I will print them on Fine Art paper (a digital painting is Fine Art and thus looks super cool on Fine Art paper).
I encourage you to take a tour and sincerely hope that you like the new look. As always please feel free to leave me a comment. As always, I look forward to what the 2012 photographic season brings me. In addition to my sport event photography I will be showing my work this year across galleries in Toronto, and at the annual Ojibway Art Festival. And, I am always on the lookout for new landscapes or point of views to shoot.
To find out when I have updated my blog please find me on Facebook (hint: if you go to my contact page you will find a direct link to my Facebook page. Don’t forget to hit the ‘like’ button.).
Thanks for looking.