Laura Macky Photography

Journey of a body on this earth

It’s Done!


Yay, I’m finished with the store!  At long last. 🙂   It was a bit of work but at least now I have a place for people to purchase things.  I’m laughing because I just purchased something myself off the site for my dad.  He wanted my coneflower twirl, so I framed, matted it, and shipped it to him from my store.  🙂  Happy Father’s Day Dad!

Here’s an image that I reworked from an old photograph I took last year.

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Check the store out by clicking on the image above, scroll down and click where it says “click here”.  You’ll then go directly to my store.  Or click this link:   Hope you like it!


Author: lauramacky

Journey of a Body on this Earth

66 thoughts on “It’s Done!

  1. well done

  2. well done.. it looks great.. worth the effort.. 🙂

  3. Congrats on being done…and on your first sale! Looks wonderful!

  4. Beautiful! That must feel so great. I hope you get a much deserved response at your store site. Love how you reworked this image, earthy colors and I love the layered background contrasting with the circular feel of the effect.

    • Thank you Carrie! I hope so too but one never knows. Hopefully SOMEONE will want to buy something some day lol. I’m so glad you like my rework of this image with the earth colors and layered background. It kind of looks nice on the pillow actually. I might even buy one myself LOL.

      • I could see that as a pillow, the shower curtain options are amazing too. Not sure if your store carries those, they are available through shutterfly, I could see this in a bathroom for sure 🙂 I am sure your work will be hanging in people’s homes in no time!

  5. Congratulations Laura!

  6. Wishing you the best of luck with it all Laura – looks fabulous! 🙂

  7. Great looking site, your photos are simply beautiful Laura!! 🙂

  8. CONGRATULATIONS, Laura!! You have done a fabulous job. All your hard work has paid off 🙂 I’m sure it is a relief to be finished!

    • Thank you Kirsten! It’s definitely a relief. I can rest now. 🙂

      • And a well deserved rest it is! I was also wondering what the difference is between fine art photography and just plain photography? I see that both you and Leanne use that term.

        • Here’s the definition of fine art photography from wiki: Fine art photography is photography created in accordance with the vision of the artist as photographer. Fine art photography stands in contrast to representational photography, such as photojournalism, which provides a documentary visual account of specific subjects and events, literally re-presenting objective reality rather than the subjective intent of the photographer; and commercial photography, the primary focus of which is to advertise products or services.

          So basically it’s a photographer’s vision not just a snapshot or record of the subject. For instance if I went to the aviation museum and took snapshots of planes, that is not fine art. However, if I rework them into artful images via photoshop, that can be considered fine art.

          • Ugh…I didn’t even think about wiki-ing the term :(. I like the idea of making photographs a work of art through my vision of them. I hope to work towards being more than a snapshot photographer :-). Your work always inspires me to see more than the snapshot.

          • Oh no worries. I had no wiki’d it either so I learned something! I did know that definition but I wanted the “official” definition lol. Thank you for saying I inspire you! Seriously…that is the best compliment EVER! :-)))

  9. Great job Laura, congrats! 🙂

  10. it shows just how much you enjoy post processing.
    funny….I’ve both enjoyed PP and not enjoyed PP over the years, odd 🙂

  11. Well done Laura. And here was I thinking you were building something out of wood 🙂 My mind (which can’t remember my Facebook password, so couldn’t put a comment in your store) just boggles at your technology. The moth image is painterly.

  12. Clever, Laura. Where is the butterfly now? I would like to photograph it.

  13. nice job, it’s beautiful.

  14. Congratulations Laura – a good job very well done 😀

  15. good luck with the store, I hope it does well. I love the butterfly image, very unique.

  16. Ya done good Laura 🙂 Love this moth :-)))

  17. Nice work on this image – I’ll be over to see your store in a bit. Congrats!

  18. a mosaic moth- lovely Laura. And good luck with all your renovations at home!!- and with the store!

  19. That’s quite beUtiful

  20. Congratulations and best of luck with your new endeavor!

  21. Congratulations, Laura! Your shop is very beautiful. Love your work!

  22. Congratulations with your new shop, it looks great Laura – Good Luck 😀

  23. Congrats. on your Fine Art America site…a lovely collection of your work! Good luck with sales; I’m sure it won’t be hard for you at all… :O)
    A direct link to FAA of your ‘cornflower twirl’ pic would be most helpful! Cheers.

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