EYE 4: Dividing the Frame

This article is part of my series on the study of ‘The Photographer’s Eye’ by Micheal Freeman. Note that we skipped EYE 3 and will return to it at a later date. With this essay we begin discussing the division of the Frame. The subject of the image divides the… 

EYE 2: Placement of the Subject

This article is part of my series on the study of ‘The Photographer’s Eye’ by Micheal Freeman. Our second essay will begin discussing the placement of the subject within the Frame. We will begin with a rather broad overview and then several essays on subjects with fairly plain backgrounds and… 

The Photographer’s Eye Essays and Study

The Photographer’s Eye by Michael Freeman is a superb text on learning to visualize an image with a camera and create art. In my introductory post I gave you an overview of the book and told you I would be creating a group of essays on the text, each with… 

The Photographer’s Eye by Michael Freeman

This article is part of my series on the study of ‘The Photographer’s Eye’ by Micheal Freeman. On my recent trip to the west coast, I read a book I found in Barnes & Noble. The title caught my eye, but the content as I flipped it made me purchase… 

Choosing A Print

Choosing a print involves determining if you want a frame, picking a size and then determining if you want a signed, limited edition print.  The following steps will help you pick the best print to hang in your home or office, or give as a gift. Framed or Unframed? If… 

11×14 Prints

We sell a variety of 11×14 fine art prints.

13×19 Prints

We sell a variety of 13×19 fine art prints.

8×10 Prints

We sell a variety of 8×10 fine art prints.

Limited Edition Prints

We sell a variety of Limited Edition fine art prints.

Archival Framing

The second component of our process to provide you with Museum Quality Fine Art is using Special Framing Materials. All of our frames are black and all of our mat boards are white. The black aluminum frame is hand assembled remaining strong and light to avoid warping on larger sizes…. 

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