New York, NY (Vocus) April 21, 2010
For the past 11 years Ronald Gans has looked upon his surrounding environment a bit differently. Seeking out areas of disarray and those of harmony, he develops his own interpretations of the world from behind his camera lens.
Today, he is pleased to announce the launch of http://www.DoubleDogPress.com, which was created to promote his artistic visions and interpretations from behind the camera in the form of framable prints and greeting cards.
“I like to capture the city; sometimes that means traveling to areas of town, like the Lower East Side, which retain their historical personality because they look more interesting. Landscapes in upstate New York and Central Park are also pleasing. I like pictures that are complicated with lots of things going on in them,” Gans said.
Shoppers may choose from black and white images of framable art in three different sizes: small, 8.5 x 11 inches; large, 13 x 19 inches; x-large, 17 x 22 inches (framed sizes are: 11 x 14, 16 x 20, 20 x 24, respectively). Greeting cards sized 4.5 x 6 inches may be purchased in boxes of 12; these packages include an assorted variety of prints and envelopes.
“Truck engines are another area of fascination. I was walking my dog one day when I accidently stumbled upon a truck yard. I love to photograph them (truck engines) as an abstract image, making my own interpretations as if they’re a separate entity from the truck,” he said.
Keep an eye out for new prints on the Web site as Gans will continue to update his inventory with new merchandise. New images from Death Valley, upstate New York, Massachusetts and Maine will be added within the next few months.
To learn about the stories behind each, individual photograph, shoppers are encouraged to visit the Web site’s newly formulated blog, http://www.DoubleDogPressBlog.com. This interactive tool will also be used to describe the film development process as well as provide information about creating an output image and what equipment works best to capture various scenes.
DoubleDogPress.com, picture the possibilities!
About the Company:
DoubleDogPress.com is owned and operated by photographer and web entrepreneur, Ronald Gans.