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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:

 


Thursday, August 31st, 2017 | Author:

Expand Your Vision, Photograph and Print at the Big South Fork Fall Photography Workshop! October 26-29 2017
Bring home a print from one of your favorite images!!
Learn More Click HERE

Saturday, July 01st, 2017 | Author:
We are announcing two additional workshops that Byron and Ron Rice are leading in 2017, in the Off The Beaten Path Photo Workshops series.
We just had a successful Art of Macro Photography workshop at Henry Horton State Park and wanted to offer the workshop in a different time of year; with more dew, spider webs and Macro opportunities in an updated format.
Art of Macro Photography Workshop – Sept. 8th & 9th, 2017
Byron will be discussing techniques, theories and some of his own personal tips for creating incredible macro images.
For more info and to sign up:
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We also wanted to offer the Big South Fork Photography workshop at a different time of year, with beautiful Fall color and to visit some new locations!
 
Big South Fork Photography Workshop in the Fall – Oct. 26th – 29th, 2017
 
In addition to the stunning photographic opportunities at this location in the Fall, we will offer:
 
***Two Added Bonuses: Learn Byron’s Workflow Basics and Making a Fine Art Print

Learn how Byron’s Image Management and backup system works from the field and back to the office. You will also learn how Byron has incorporated Lightroom into this workflow. Armed with this knowledge you can incorporate all or parts of his system into your own image management workflow.

An exciting new addition to this workshop is learning to make your own fine art prints. After our critique, you will each choose one of your images from the weekend and learn how to set it up for printing and actually make a print to take home!
For more info and to sign up:
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Then, don’t forget Little River Canyon!  It is coming up soon!
Little River Canyon Photography Workshop – August 25 – 27, 2017
***Added Bonus: Learn Byron’s Workflow Basics.

Learn how Byron’s Image Management and backup system works from the field and back to the office. You will also learn how Byron has incorporated Lightroom into this workflow. Armed with this knowledge you can incorporate all or parts of his system into your own image management workflow.

Please let me know if you have any questions on any of these workshops.

Sunday, June 04th, 2017 | Author:

My passion for photography has always been linked to discovery. Discovering new places, new ways of seeing and exploring paths of creative expression. Recently I have begun deeply exploring a more abstract nature image than I have pursued in the past. Here are a few examples of what I have been up  to.

Monday, May 01st, 2017 | Author:

We are currently printing and coating 52 canvas prints for another project that we are working on. We print them with a mixed lighting profile (so they will look good under various lighting conditions). Then Triple UV coat them for extra protection and to make sure that the color won’t fade.

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:

Friday, March 03rd, 2017 | Author:

I was struck by the patterns that the shadows and rock formations created in the morning here. This is one of several abstracts I created that morning.

Saturday, February 18th, 2017 | Author:

Lower Falls in the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone National Park.

Saturday, February 11th, 2017 | Author:

Abstract reflections along a stream in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

 

Friday, January 06th, 2017 | Author:

Dawn in the Grand Tetons National Park.