Good friend (and Image Science customer #525 out of over 8000 now!) – Jason Edwards, has just launched himself full force on to the internet
(and he’s no light weight, that’s for sure, so fingers crossed the internet survives his assault!).
Jason Edwards is best known for his National Geographic connection. To quote his website – Jason’s National Geographic image portfolio ranks amongst the largest of any photographer in the Societies long history –and if you know anything at all about what it takes to get work into National Geographic, then you know what a staggering achievement that is.
Jason is quite simply Australia’s premier documentary/natural history photographer, a dynamo of a man who never seems to rest, and a great
friend. I struggle to think of anyone I admire more – not just for the sheer quality, importance, and depth of his work, but because no matter how busy/stressed/over-worked he is, he’s always quick with a joke and always an interesting man to have a yak with (his complete and utter candour about all things is both disarming and little frightening – but a more up front and genuine guy you will not meet!). – And I wasn’t even paid to say that!
For many years now we’ve been working with Jase – I’m actually a little chuffed to look back and realise we were doing work for someone so respected, so early in our life as Image Science – I think and hope that’s a testament to the quality of work we’ve always tried to achieve here. And Jason has some exciting things planned for the near future that we’ll be a part of. More about that when he does a proper launch!
- Sue S -
I usually only print fairly basic relatively cheap prints, however, this time it was special and for a present. I would prefer to purchase from a bricks and mortar store as I can discuss what I want and am more comfortable of getting the correct finished product however in this case I “risked” using an online site and oh my goodness, I am converted. (Editor's note - we are a bricks and mortar store too and you can definitely visit us!)
I decided the $42 (including postage) was worth risking and if the print was no good it was not a lot of money to lose. Firstly I ordered on Sunday, you dispatched on Monday and received on Wednesday. Time frame Big Tick
Then when received, I opened with a bit of trepidation. Great packaging, very well protected and sent flat (not in a tube) but not sure what it would actually look like.
Colours were exact to the file I sent, paper is beautiful and I could not be happier with how it has turned out. Thank you