What you see above are just a few samples of the hundreds of photographs offered on this site. Most, with the exception of the portraits and a few other types of pictures, are available for sale as fine art, ready to hang.
In the sample slideshow, click on the image, and you will see the words "Click to view all available products" under the picture. This will give you a list of products and prices.
If you would like to see more pictures, scroll to the bottom of the page and check out the various galleries.
In the galleries, click on a thumbnail. You will then see an enlarged version. The "available products" line appears to the right.
Purchasing Art Photography:
Imagine one of these images in your conference room, over a couch, or creating a stunning focal point for your reception area.
If you like an image from the opening gallery, and you would like printed canvas or a glass print, simply click on the photograph, go to "View all products" and select "Showcase." If you would like a Fotoflōts, select "Fotoflōts."
The differences are explained just below.
Orders are taken and pictures are produced and shipped by specially selected, high-quality printing companies.
Showcase Products--Gallery Wraps:
Gallery wraps are professionally printed and securely wrapped around a solid, 1.5" think stretcher. The product quality is far superior to mass-market photo wraps available in stores or at photo outlets.
Many people hang them as they are because they prefer the modern, uncluttered approach. Others may add frames.
Fotoflōts are a very contemporary, lightweight and frameless way of displaying a photo. They are professionally printed on high-quality art board, and mounted invisibly on the wall with metal fittings that are provided with purchase. The fittings make the printed board stand away from the wall, so that the photo looks like it's floating.
The price for artwork presented this way is higher, but it's important to remember that these are always displayed without a frame.
Note that if you are making the purchase from outside of the U.S., your options may vary. These are presented during the checkout process.
How These Pictures are Taken:
My camera body is a Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT. More importantly, my lens is a Tamron 18-270mm F/s.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD
I shoot in the CR2 RAW format. Generally, when working outdoors in bright light, I use a circular polarizing filter, an ISO of 200 and Parameter 1, maximum saturation.
The photographs and writing on this site are protected by U.S. and all other applicable copyright laws.