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Monday, February 26th, 2018 | Author:

This spring we have a powerful workshop line-up planned. From Redwoods National Park to the Big South Fork National Recreation Area. We also will be doing Digital Workflow Waterfalls and Macro Workshops Check out the links here: http://www.jorjorianpublishing.com/workshops.html

Lily Pads floating in the water

Redwood tree and ferns in the redwood forest with sunlight streaming through

Boulders in the sunlight along a forest lined river in spraing

Pink rhododendron and redwoods shrouded in fog

Daisies in the sunlight

This spring we have a powerful workshop line-up planned. From Redwoods National Park to the Big South Fork National Recreation Area. We also will be doing Digital Workflow Waterfalls and Macro Workshops Check out the links here: http://www.jorjorianpublishing.com/workshops.html

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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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Thursday, April 06th, 2017 | Author:

Above is a photograph of a 7 foot gallery wrapped canvas in the process of printing for one of our clients in Minnesota. We are printing a lot of canvases for our clients but it is always fun to take a break to see an image that I saw just a few months ago through the viewfinder of my camera actually appear in print.

We print on all sorts of substrates including wood, acrylic, glass and metal. More on that in an upcoming post.

We triple coat our canvases to insure they are protected against the color fading effects of UV light and the occasional bump, scrape, or fingerprint (which can be wiped off with a soft cloth).

Print Ready for coating below:

More canvases awaiting coating from another project:

Wednesday, September 28th, 2016 | Author:

Sunday, January 17th, 2016 | Author:

Fog among the blue mountains

Photo © Byron Jorjorian www.byronjorjorian.com

Monday, January 27th, 2014 | Author:

We just received an updated cover for our new book Treasures Untold from the graphic designer. We are excited to see the project moving forward and we like the look!

Sunday, October 27th, 2013 | Author:

I created this image in Brazil a few years ago….

Photo © Byron Jorjorian

http://www.byronjorjorian.com

Friday, August 16th, 2013 | Author:

On a recent trip to Texas, I spotted these islands of bluebonnets that appeared to be floating just above a sea of yellow and green. The Texas Dandelions made a wonderful “ocean” for my “Bluebonnet Island” composition. It is always exciting to me to find subjects in nature that can be portrayed literally and in a totally unrelated way simultaneously. In this case a field of Texas Bluebonnets and Texas Dandelions becomes islands of blue floating in an ocean of yellow.

All Photos  © Byron Jorjorian

www.byronjorjorian.com

Monday, February 11th, 2013 | Author:

Over the next year in addition to my regular blogging I am going to be introducing some image portfolios and impressions based on my photographic travels. The first of these is going to be the Southeast. I was raised in Meridian, Mississippi and began seriously photographing while living in Tennessee. I am intimately familiar with the south so it is only natural that I start this photographic journey here.

The Southeastern US is a land of incredible contrast and such amazing variety. From the beaches and swamps of Florida to the Smoky Mounatins and the Cumberland Plateau of Tennessee. Swamps, ancient mountains, rolling hills, deep green pine forests, and mysterious swamps are the just a few of this regions most distinctive features . Through the years I have followed my heart to explore and photograph places I was drawn to all over the area. Some of the spots have become so special to me that I return to them over and over again year after year. It was difficult to decide which images to share since I have so many to choose from. I settled on selecting images that I felt reflected some of the varied aspects of nature in the southeast. Here is a link to a portfolio of images:
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Sunday, September 04th, 2011 | Author:

Rolling hills in morning fog, view across the Powell valley image #100807_04v2

Only a few days left. If you haven’t gotten the opportunity to check out Missing Nature at the Parthenon in downtown Nashville’s Centennial park make plans to stop by. The show features more than 20 prints some of which are 6 foot canvas pieces. The show ends on September the 10th. The response to the show has been amazing. Our thanks goes out to you all. We have received so many wonderful reviews in the media, and countless warm comments and emails. We are very grateful for each one.

Abstract of dew covered spider web image #91706_31