I'm so pleased to be shipping this 24 x 36" print off to Joe Del Grosso who submitted the winning bid in a charity auction benefiting survivors of Washington State's wildfires. Here's a timelapse of it's creation in the new studio space.
I nearly have the new studio-printshop finished here at the Henry Homestead and I can't wait to get the big new 44-inch Epson roll-feed printer working on huge prints. I love creating HUGE prints for installations and creating hand-made limited edition prints. The ultra-high-resolution Panoramic above is a prime candidate to test the new system out...
Plumbing is in, electrical is done, drywall's next week and I hope to have the printers running by next month. I couldn't be more excited!
In the meantime, I'm still offering great deals on prints made to order by the pros at Bay Photo on both fine art luster paper and ready to hang Aluminum. Just hit the store link on this site.
Nothing is better for me as a photographer than tackling a must do assignment which pushes the limits of my knowledge and skill. These types of jobs force me to stretch my limits and make me grow as a photographer. The print project I share here was one of the more rewarding commissions I've taken on. After completing it I have been working to ramp up my in house capacity to complete much larger print productions than this. (But I'm getting ahead of myself; stay tuned for that story...)
Last summer my client Red Hills Acquisitions approached me about buying some fine art prints to liven up their Northwest Portland office. They had previously commissioned me to photograph and create some large prints ...Read More