This year my entry for my Photo Project: Buying Prints from Your Favorite Photographers 2009 focuses on artists with a fine eye for observation. One thing I’ve noticed about creative work that I’m attracted to is they almost always incite the same core reaction from me. I wish I had been in the right creative mindset to see that. First up is a photo from Joseph Rossbach titled “Small Worlds”.
Before I head out to Yosemite I wanted to make sure that everyone planning on taking part in the Buying Prints from Your Favorite Photographers 2009 photo project knows the deadline has been extended to Friday December 11th. I’m hopeful this gives everyone a little more breathing room to take part in this years project and to find photo prints worthy of purchasing. Be sure to pass word on to others about the pr
Last year I kicked off the first year of the Buying Prints from Your Favorite Photographers blog project and was really happy with the participation, but even happier with the prints I purchased. In the hope of building upon last years effort I’m kicking off another blog project with the exact same goals. For details see below… “It’s not a photo until its a print“ One of the unique aspec
The work of Guy Tal is the fifth of five prints to highlight from my Buying Prints from Your Favorite Photographers blog project (see results here). I’ve been long over due in posting the 5th installment of my print purchase highlight from last years blog project, but in this case I saved the best for last. Guy Tal is a photographer, author and friend whose work I’ve enjoyed for many years. He is one of t
The work of Mario Zanaria is the fourth of five prints to highlight from my Buying Prints from Your Favorite Photographers blog project. To be honest I got caught off guard with Mario’s photography. I can’t remember exactly how I stumbled on to Mario’s flickr photostream, but I did and I’m really happy that it happened. I really enjoy Mario’s photography and he never ceases to amaze me.
The work of G. Dan Mitchell is the third of five prints to highlight from my Buying Prints from Your Favorite Photographers blog project. When I conceived of the prints blog project Dan was instantly on my short-list and as soon as I started perusing his blog and flickr photostream I knew I’d approach him to buy a print. As good fortune would have it Dan expressed interested in a print exchange and that is exac
The work of William Neill is the second of five prints to highlight from my Buying Prints from Your Favorite Photographers blog project. In my enthusiasm for prints I learned you have to be careful what you ask for. For some time before the project kicked off I had been following Bill’s blog and Flickr photostream. Before and during most of the blog project Bill was marketing his Impressions of Light eBook and
Last year’s blog project Buying Prints from Your Favorite Photographers wasn’t my most successful by comparison to others I’ve run, but it was definitely one of the more rewarding. Given my passion for quality photography prints it is certainly a project that I will be running again in the future. As an extension of this project through out the week I’ll be highlighting one of the 5 prints I p