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Collections

Shop for artwork based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more, including home decor items such as blankets and throw pillows! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

Artwork

Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more, including home decor items such as blankets and throw pillows! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

About Eden Watt

With photography my focus is twofold. Primarily I am driven to capturing beauty and interest in details all around us, whether a stunning landscape, the petal of a flower with macro photography, nature in all its forms or the unique characteristics of a place, city or event. I am currently living in Collingwood, ON, Canada so you will see many images from this area.

Telling stories, whether it's with an image, a video or the written word is part of my obsession. I am also a writer of both fiction (check out vision-speak.com) and non-fiction, with a professional background in IT leadership and project delivery.

Photography is both art and science. There has always been a technical aspect to photography but with the plethora of equipment and tools available to us today, there are many ways to approach it. I believe in using these tools and will often work with and enhance the original composition in post-processing. Primarily this involves HDR (high dynamic range) and some editing and clean-up.

Recently, I have discovered encaustic painting and am quite captivated with this art form as it lends itself to photographic collage and incorporating other materials. I will include some of images of these creations in the future.

Some of the images in these collections have won awards in competitions and are noted.

Photography is an outlet and an obsession for me, a way of seeing the world that can be transformative. If you are a photographer, or know one, you'll notice that they rarely leave home without their camera and likely have many thousands of pictures not yet processed. It's not just about the click of a button. Every image probably has 20 other similar ones that weren't processed or chosen.