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Tuesday, March 06th, 2018 | Author:

 

Broken Dreams Abstract

One of a new series of abstracts that I have been working on.

For purchase information contact Susan@byronjorjorian.com

Friday, January 26th, 2018 | Author:

 

Trail through forest with redwoods shrouded in fog

From dew drops to towering redwoods we have a stunning 2018 lineup of photography workshops planned for 2018.

Macro Spring and Fall Photography Workshops, Big South Fork Spring Photography Workshop, Redwoods National Park Workshop, Digital Workflow and more

Check them out here: http://www.jorjorianpublishing.com/workshops.html#offthebeatenphotoworkshops

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Tuesday, January 16th, 2018 | Author:

This is an image of a project we worked on in Chicago that featured one of my images.

This image of sepia toned tree branches with my sumi-e treatment was produced in a massive mural treatment as you can see in the images above.

We are being called on to produce large scale prints, glass pieces, acrylic and mural projects with growing regularity. By large scale, we are talking images 10 feet and larger. Our largest installed print to date was over 55 feet wide! This can only be accomplished using the Ultra-High resolution images that Byron has been producing for years. Byron is a master printer and we can print on paper or canvas in individual pieces or panels at whatever size needed. We also prepare size and crop to order. Delivering ready to print digital files for production by other labs, when that is desirable.


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Sunday, December 17th, 2017 | Author:

 

An abstract from the sea….

 

Monday, November 20th, 2017 | Author:

Achieving a zen feeling in my photography has always been a goal of mine. Building a Zen garden, however that seemed a big stretch.
Not too long ago, we were looking over a recently completed corporate art installation when the client asked if I had any ideas for a space that he had that was not being utilized. He said that he hoped it would be a place where people could take a break and relax. I said “Maybe a Zen Garden”? He looked at me and instantly said, “Yes that would be great. Build one for me here.” I said “I have never built a Zen garden before”. He said “You are creative. You will figure it out”. I said “Ok”, feeling both scared and excited at the same time. After weeks of looking at rocks, gravel, fountains, researching and planning, this is what I came up with…..
The backdrop is a 15′ mural made from one of the images I created for the sumi-e collection at Byron Jorjorian Photography

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Friday, November 17th, 2017 | Author:

Sunrise through tree on a hill on a foggy morning

I am pleased to announce that On1 software is going to make a discount on their software available for attendees of the Digital Workflow seminar that I will be leading on Dec. 2nd.

Learn quick and simple ways to enhance your images in Lightroom!!
Protect Your Precious Images from Catastrophe.
Organize, Streamline and Automate!!


When and Where: December 2nd, 2017 from 1-6pm at
The Holiday Inn – Franklin Cool Springs
To register or for more information: http://www.jorjorianpublishing.com/pro-digital-workflow.html

Tuesday, October 17th, 2017 | Author:

I couldn’t resist sharing another powerful way to use a tilt/shift lens. To create this image of Split Bow Arch at Big South Fork National Recreation area I used a 24mm tilt/shift lens.
I used the shift function to take three images one each, shifted right center and left, respectively. Once back on the computer I stitched them together with the panorama tool in photoshop.
If you are interested in learning more about composition, using lenses creatively, and making prints please consider joining us for the Big South Fork Fall Photography Workshop, October 26-29th, 2017 that I will be leading with Ron Rice.
We would love for you to join us, just click on the link below to sign up or get more information: http://www.jorjorianpublishing.com/bigsouthforkfall2017.html

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Tuesday, October 10th, 2017 | Author:

 

Field of Indian Paintbrush and Black-eyed Susan flowers in the Texas Hill Country

Why is this image a top seller?

I sold this image as a fine art print 3 times in the past week. It has been a good seller ever since I took it in 2016, selling dozens of times in the year since I made the image.
This week I began wondering what has made this image so popular?
Looking back I can remember very distinctly when I made the image and a bit of the thought process that went into it.

It was just a few hours after sunrise and I was standing on the side of a hill that was covered with flowers boulders and cactus. I was overwhelmed by the layers of color and I wanted to portray that in an almost abstract way. I could also see the potential for a hint of an S curve composition. There was a large tree to the left and a jumble of boulders to the right that limited opportunities for a horizontal image. So I decided to position myself where I could get as much of the feeling of the layers of color and the sense of sweeping curves while not introducing the distractions present on either side into the image. I used my trusty 90mm tilt/shift lens to keep everything sharp front to back. The creative process itself brings joy and a sense of flow and fulfillment to me. When that process can also bring joy into the lives of the viewers that is the ultimate outcome to me.

If you are interested in learning more about composition, using lenses creatively, and making prints please consider joining us for the Big South Fork Fall Photography Workshop, October 26-29th, 2017 that I will be leading with Ron Rice.
We would love for you to join us, just click on the link below to sign up or get more information: http://www.jorjorianpublishing.com/bigsouthforkfall2017.html

Below is the printed and coated canvas on the work table:

Thursday, September 28th, 2017 | Author:

When people first see this abstract looking image they often think that the colors were manipulated in photoshop. Far from it. In fact, getting these kind of results depends on learning to see the colors as your camera sees them. In this example, the color of the leaves is influenced by the blue tones of light in the shade and the sky. The water is reflecting the color of the fall foliage still on the trees. If you use auto white balance settings on your camera this color would be “balanced” out of the image. I used daylight white balance when I created this image which captured the tones as I wanted .

I created this image at Big South Fork NRA which is the site of a workshop this Fall, October 26-29th, 2017 that I will be leading with Ron Rice. For more details click HERE.

Wednesday, September 20th, 2017 | Author:

The verdict is in and evidence-based design clearly indicates that artwork that features medium distance nature landscapes, actually reduces blood pressure and speeds the healing process. Also, less pain medicine is required to keep patients comfortable. This type of imagery has the added benefit of having a calming effect on patients, employees and visitors.

Here are a few of our top selling Spring images, that fills the prescription: