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San Francisco Bay Bridge – Art Print

These are a few of the (Oakland) Bay Bridge photos available as fine art prints from my website. Most of what you’re seeing is already gone, and the rest is going fast as they dismantle the old bridge. The process is opening up amazing views of the Port of Oakland – I think people are going to be very pleasantly surprised at what they can see as they enter the city!

Fine Art Prints

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Today I’m announcing that fine art prints are available on my website!

While architecture and interiors remains my central passion, and is the core of my “personal work”, I also apply that same aesthetic to photos of other subject matter. Today I’ve added a new gallery to my website and begun adding images that I believe stand on their own as art.

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You can order a print of any image, anywhere on the site, using the “Print” icon beneath the photo. Don’t be put off by the “FotoMoto” diaglog box — you’ll be ordering and paying through them, but the prints are produced (and shipped) by me personally, on my equipment, one at a time. Anything from 8″x10″ up to 44″x60″ is available. You can always follow up with me via email with questions or concerns, and if I see anything that looks amiss I’ll be reaching out to you before we go to print.

I’m working on making my bound hard copy commercial portfolio available, too! Stay tuned!

 

Lighting Interiors is in Print!

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I get a few requests for a print version of my eBook, The Essential Guide to Lighting Interiors, and so I’m happy to announce that now it’s available (but be prepared to spend some $$).

I have to say that I don’t think this is a very good idea: we have enough dead trees already without printing things that are (frankly) perfectly good on an iPad. But if you feel strongly about it, you can now order the book from Lulu.com.

It’s $126(!), which is slightly more than half the price of getting it printed at Kinko’s. I’ve seen a copy, and Wow! They did a good job — it looks great!

Click the image above to go to the Lulu page — and if you order, let me know what you think!