Archive — Tom Till

One question that will inevitably arise as photographers start to make their own prints is "What do I sign them with, and how many should I make?"  We've collected a variety of answers from professionals around the country to help you have a better understanding of how and with what these photographers are leaving the last touch on their artistic...
Legendary Utah-based landscape photographer Tom Till (www.tomtill.com) has been photographing on the Nikon D800e in the southwest of the United States during the monsoon season and shares with Pictureline a unique image from the desert.  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....
Many photographers have been asking about how to photograph the May 20, 2012 annular solar eclipse that will have its most complete "eclipsing" along a corridor that runs roughly through northern California,directly through Nevada, clipping the southwest portion of Utah, and firmly slicing up northern Arizona and central New Mexico.  It will occur sometime between 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. with...
Photography workshops abound, likely as result of an explosion in interest in photography as well as its accessibility.  Whatever the reason, professional photographers have answered the call to provide a variety of workshops from travel-style workshops to adventure photography workshops to comfortable, but intense portrait photography workshops.  I've picked out a few here to highlight for 2012.  This is only...
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...