Tag Archives: fine art prints

I realize this blog post isn’t going to be that exciting–or that popular. Not many photographers these days actually print their images anymore. It is often said that there will be a giant hole in the photographic record from the last ten or fifteen years because images rarely make it off the hard drives and onto […]

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To get the ball rolling for the fall holiday season, I am happy to announce a 25% off sale on all of my fine art prints until December 31st, 2017. How this works is very simple, just take 25% off my standard fine art print pricing, which can be found here, and contact me to order […]

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I realize including the words “Color Management” in the title of this blog post will probably limit the number of folks that actually read this but I hope many will get past that and see just how critical this important topic is when working up still images or grading video footage. Color management, which involves a […]

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Ilford recently ran a series of ads and e-promos with an image of me holding a large print (as shown above). A few years ago I signed on with Ilford as one of the Ilford Masters. It is an honor to be among such an elite group of photographers working with Ilford including Sebastião Salgado, Eric Meola, Gregory Heisler, […]

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To get the ball rolling for the fall holiday season, I am happy to announce a 25% off sale on all of my fine art prints until December 31st, 2016. How this works is very simple, just take 25% off my standard fine art print pricing, which can be found here, and contact me to order […]

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CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE A PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHER’S WORKFLOW: USING ADOBE LIGHTROOM AND PHOTOSHOP I am happy to announce that I have updated my highly regarded e-book, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom: A Professional Photographer’s Workflow, which is now renamed A Professional Photographer’s Workflow: Using Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop, for Lightroom CC (2015) and Photoshop CC. This book […]

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