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Philip Preston - Wall Art and Home Decor

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Photography And Digital Artworks

Images can be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Also, unique designer home decor items, including duvet covers, throw pillows, shower curtains and tote bags. Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee. Please note: Fine Art America watermark does not appear on purchased items.

About Philip Preston


Philip Preston is a self taught photographer and digital artist. He became interested in photography during his teenage years after purchasing a Zenith fully manual SLR camera in the 1970s, primarily doing black and white work, developing his own films and producing prints in a makeshift darkroom in his parents bathroom! His first published print was some years later in a 1978 edition of Ashai Pentax Photography magazine, featuring a portrait of a photogenic elderly man. Since then, his photography has continued over the years as a leisure interest, and his work has been published in a variety of UK photography magazines: namely Practical Photography, Camera Weekly, Photography, Digital Photo, Digital Photo User, Digital Photography and What Digital Camera. He has been a contributor to UK stock photo agency Alamy for about 20 years during which time his images have been licenced for use both in the UK and other countries around the world, including national newspapers, editorial websites, other websites, commercial electronic, magazines, books, calendars, museums, newsletters, and personal use.

In the last few years Philip has developed a strong interest in digital art, initially using computer programs for use with photographs, such as adding paint effects, and more recently using software with Artificial Intelligence (AI) components such as Studio Artist to create images derived from photography but with outputs more digital art than photographs. Since 2023, Philip has been using Stable Diffusion (Automatic 1111), a powerful AI program that can create images from text prompts. This, and similar programs like Midjourney, are developing rapidly, and while currently controversial (eg for using some copyright photography and artworks on the internet for training purposes to develop and refine AI outputs), they undoubtedly will have a major impact on image creation, whether photo realistic or digital artworks, over the coming years.

Philips Fine Art America store contains a mix of photography and digital art. His photography mostly features traditional subject matter such as landscapes, cityscapes and architecture, while his digital artworks tend to be more abstract, often with vivid colours. And with a portfolio approaching 2000 images, there is plenty to choose from. Additionally, a number of geometric designs specifically for products like tote bags and cushions are also available.

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