Robert Dettman

Norwood, Australia

By profession I am an architect. By inclination I am a photographer. Please enjoy my abstract architectural images and landscapes.

Hi and thanks for visiting my RedBubble page.
Please look around. I hope you enjoy what you see.

I used to think that landscape was my thing but it’s now clear from the sheer number of images on my hard drives that it’s actually architectural photography. So that’s mostly what you will see here.

I always enjoy creating ‘portraits’ of notable buildings showing them to best advantage. The process is similar to portrait photography in which you want to show the subject from the best possible angle, in the most favourable light and without distractions. I also like using contemporary architecture as a source of details for abstract architectural art. But taking the photograph is just the start. Post processing has limitless possibilities enabling a personal interpretation and style of image creation.

I think the abstract photos make the best wall art and Redbubble provides many options for printing and framing.

See my books here

  • Joined: April 2009

Journal

Wanaka Tree sale

A great big thank you to the person who purchased a canvas print of my Wanaka Tree.
Posted over 4 years – Leave a comment

I'm on the Home Page!

Home Page Feature 23 July 2011 / Jen at RedBubble has honoured my Wanaka Tree with a Home Page feature. Whoopeee!
Posted about 6 years – 8 comments

A good week

It was pleasing to get a message from RB that my Tekapo Morning image was on the Home Page on Wednesday 4th May. Yay! / Also, eight groups featured my work. I have a feeling next week will be not so exciting. / Cheers! Robert
Posted over 6 years – 4 comments

Sincere thanks to a purchaser

I never expected to receive an email from RedBubble like the one below, but it has happened! / So thank you to the buyer. Your support is very much appreciated. To have a work favourited is gratifying, but for someone to express their appreciation with a purchase is amazingly rewarding. Now, with two yellow pictures and one red, I wonder how they will be arranged on the wall? / [The email has bee…
Posted over 6 years – 2 comments
desktop tablet-landscape content-width tablet-portrait workstream-4-across phone-landscape phone-portrait
desktop tablet-landscape content-width tablet-portrait workstream-4-across phone-landscape phone-portrait