Best selling works:

Paul is a landscape photographer and Digital Artist based in Lancashire England specialising in Landscape and nature images.
His evocative landscape images are available as fine art prints and have been sold all around the world..

The top three works opposite are my most recent work and the lower three are a selection from my portfolio.

Please visit my website below:-

My Zazzle Store

  1. FEATURED WORK – IMAGES OF RIVINGTON

Links to my sets

  1. Wales
  2. Castles
  3. Butterflies
  4. Peacocks
  5. Cards
  6. Cornwall
  7. Lancashire
  8. Macro
  9. Rhodes
  • Joined: August 2007

Journal

How Do You Bubble?

I know that people use Redbubble in different ways, people have different aspirations and expectations of how their art is viewed and judged by others, for example some people are experts and just want to sell their work, some are artists looking for inspiration and maybe tips on how to improve, others are just happy to share their photos of friends and family and maybe places they visit. / I wou…
Posted about 4 years – 15 comments

200 Favouritings!

I have to make a journal entry to honour a landmark for one of my images…. Into the Shadows has been favourited 200 times! Many Many thanks to everybody who looked and enjoyed my work enough to add this to their favourites. / * 3 sales / * 412 comments / * 200 favoritings / * 4856 views / To show how this reflects in the whole of Redbubble artwork, this image is now number 118 in popular ar…
Posted about 4 years – 29 comments

Why comment and favourite?

For me comments and favourites is the bread and butter of how Redbubble works, I will try to explain. / If you do a search for a work of art, for instance ‘sunset’ the results you are given are sorted by the most popular first. How do Redbubble decide what the most popular images are? It seems that the number of favouritings, comments and views are what is used and the weighting seems…
Posted about 4 years – 26 comments

Making the most of Redbubble

Being a member of this fabulous community it does take a while to get the most out of being part of it and I am by no means an expert (especially when it comes to the selling department) but I have learned a few things along the way and I thought I would share my thoughts and experiences. Of course other people may have better ideas and I would appreciate it if you have an idea to add below this…
Posted over 4 years – 3 comments