Archive — limited editions

In August 2011, PDN compiled the responses of five collectors of photography and asked them about their buying habits.  Most expressed an interest in purchasing photographs that had been printed ten times or less, and indeed, many of the galleries in the United States often take fine art photographers more seriously when they print in extremely limited quantities.  I was...
Trevor Clark was recently highlighted in Photo District News (PDN) for his use of off-camera lighting in his adventure and outdoor photography.  Trevor seems to be the quintessential on-the-road and shooting-all-the-time kind of photographer.  With each interview in this Pictureline series of "Focus on Photographers," you can start to see how differently people see the world in what they want...
We caught up with the legendary Utah-based landscape photographer Tom Till on one of the few days of the year that he had time to answer the Pictureline call.  Tom's collection of imagery stretches over 37 years, mostly on 4x5 film, and he has many "first" shots under his belt in the Utah/Southwest area.  You simply cannot talk about the...
Elizabeth Carmel (www.elizabethcarmel.com) is a professional fine art photographer specializing in unique, expressive landscapes and "waterscapes". Elizabeth’s fine art prints combine dramatic photography, vivid colors, and artistic touches to create new, captivating visions of the natural world. Using ultra-high resolution 39 megapixel digital photography, she is able to capture the subtle details of the natural world and transfer them to large...