Turtle HatchlingPierce Gainey
Miami Skyline Views by Pierce Gainey
"Turtle hatchling determined to get to sea."
To learn more about Pierce, you can follow him on instagram @piercegainey and watch our video interview coming soon!
LIMITED EDITION PRINTS WITH CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY
18x24 Fine Art Paper Print: 1 of 50 printed.
12x16, 20x30 Canvas: 1 of 50 printed at each size.
30x40, 40x60 Canvas: 1 of 25 printed at each size.
Every Sale Plants a Tree and Commissions The Artist
Eco Friendly/Archival HP Latex Inkjet Printing Technology
- Fine Art Stretched & Ready to Hang Canvas
- Gallery/Museum Grade (80/20 Polyester Cotton Canvas Blend)
- Handmade with Care from Miami, FL USA
Fine Art Paper
- Printed on 13x19 MOAB lasal Exhibition Luster 300 Sheets
- Acid Free 300gsm / 11mil Alpha Cellulose Paper
- Framed in 18x24 Acid Free Paper Mat with Backing & Clear Sheet
About Pierce Gainey
My love for photography all started with a disposable camera that was gifted to me. At that time, it was just a fun little camera that I used to capture all of my shenanigans.
From there, it only progressed. More film cameras to more professional cameras, and my room slowly started to look like the camera and tech aisles of Best Buy. Then my love sparked a new direction: DRONES. As soon as these things came out a few years ago, I was on a mission. I saved and saved and saved until I could finally purchase a drone.
At that time, I had to install my own gimbal (device that holds the camera steady) and attach my GoPro to it. It had no live view, no crazy sensors to avoid objects or any cool features that are on all of the new drones. You would have to strap the GoPro on and click record and hope you got the shot. Since then, I’ve gone through many drones, both upgrading and crashing, and my love for photography has grown exponentially.
Drones give a unique perspective and can make an ordinary view from the ground look like an extraordinary view from the sky! I used to get jealous of birds since they always got this view, but my drone has helped make this view possible for me.