I recently put some of my photos for sale at: Lemming Photo at SmugMug.
The photos currently there are a small sample and currently I’m only offering what is available there in terms of formats and framing. However, if that turns into a successful venture, I expect to be able to stock frames at home for more custom work.
If you happen to know of a photo of mine, and would like to see it available, don’t hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Actually, that goes for any questions regarding the photos.
Couple caveats on the photos, I did remove a lot of print options that would of meant some sort of cropping on the image. Though that does eliminate someone taking one of the panoramic photos and placing it on a smaller bit of paper.
Also, I haven’t seen all of the photos on all types of paper and none of mine have been done on metallic yet. I think some of the photos should do well with that treatment and I’ll be ordering test samples soon.
I want to thank everyone who took time to critique my photos. I learned a lot during that period.
This little guy was out near upper calf creek falls near Escalante, Utah. I didn’t know they existed in Utah, but knew of them from growing up in California.
Something just to remind me this blog exists.
This mushroom was found on a desert walk and fairly dried out from exposure.
Filed under Scenery, Texture
And for some reason, the horizon worked for me in the middle of the photo instead of using the rule of thirds.
I remember coming out to China Camp while growing up, but only remember the beach aspect.
Located on San Pablo Bay by San Rafael. More Info
People tell me this is a Grackle. Rather unfortunate name IMO.
Whenever there was an pet adoption event at the Tempe Petsmart, we’d have a crowd of these in the trees nearby.
Another print available at Rocking V
Photo of a dandelion like flower near the front door last May. One of four photos up for sale at Rocking V Cafe in Kanab. Not only do they have a great Art Gallery, they have excellent food. My favorite is the Thai Curry, but I’ve never been disappointed with what I order.
Some moss at Breitenbush.