If you are purchasing the ‘Father Daughter Perspective‘ Father’s Day Fundraiser Limited Edition Diptych on the right and do not require shipping, this button is for you.
The price is $88.50 plus 13% tax which works out to, you guessed it, $100.01, I tried to make it easy!!
If you are purchasing the ‘Father Daughter Perspective‘ Father’s Day Fundraiser Limited Edition Diptych on the right and you do require shipping, this button is for you.
The price is $88.50 plus 13% tax which, for some reason, rounds up to $100.01. Now you need to add handling, which is just the cost of a mailing tube, $3.05 plus 13% tax which works out to $3.45. So far, a total of $103.46. Next is the hard part, go to this link to calculate the shipping rate via Canada Post, you’ll have to enter my postal code (Sending From: Canada K2G 5Y7) and your postal code (Going To), the weight of the photo and tube and the size of the tube which is… weight: 0.160kg, size: 14″ x 2.5″ x 2.5″. Now add that amount to the $103.46 and that is how much you should pay, click on the button below and add that amount in, and be sure to add your shipping address. Thanks!
Direct Book and Print Purchase
“Father Daughter Perspective is not just a book of photography, it’s a book of how a father and daughter see the world around them” ‒reads the prologue of the book. To me, Father Daughter Perspective is more than that. It’s a story told by two people looking through their camera lenses, weaving images into a series of dialogues about life ‒and their lives‒ to remind us that beyond any challenge ahead of us, the joy of living is to be found even in the smallest of things.
Olga Abizaid (Ottawa)
Father Daughter Perspective is full of surprises with each turn of the page, taking you to places you don’t expect! Some truly great thinking and creativity has gone into this book. Pick up a copy, you will not be disappointed!
Steve Thomas (Ottawa)
From the simplicity of an old door and the stunningness of a cascading chandelier of light at Ottawa’s Experimental Farm, to an English village lane lined with cozily-inviting stone houses and a majestic manor castle aloft in its manicured landscape, these ‘great escape’ scapes took me on a delightful visual vignette-journey filled with diversity and contrast. It will be difficult to decide from which two to make prints!
I really enjoyed the added dimension of the shared and compared experiences of the two photographers in the moment of each shot. Julian and Caitlin both are blessed with the ability to spot and capture something beautiful in any given moment. I guess the daughter gets it from her father. And I was fortunate to get it from their book!
These visual memoires MUST be seen. Each one is a vicarious experience in itself.
Janet Meldrum (Ottawa)
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