For a limited time only we are making available an archival pigment print of my dramatic monochromatic image of Yosemite (shown below) at a very special price. You can learn more about this print, or take advantage of this special offer, on our Special Print Offer page. This print would help to make any room look attractive or make an exquisite holiday gift.
Photographing during a clearing winter storm in Yosemite, I worked hard to find a slightly different angle to frame the marvelous vista that opened before me. It was hard to see this view without thinking of the sumptuous Ansel Adams photography of Yosemite and the Sierra Nevada mountains, so naturally I wanted to create a photo that could be successfully converted to black and white.
To achieve this goal, I knew that I would need to have a sense of crispness across the entire image. This meant that I would need maximum depth-of-field. So I stopped my camera all the way down to f/22 and used a wide angle setting to achieve as much depth-of-field as possible.
Yosemite View appears in Creative Black & White: Digital Photography Tips & Techniques on pages 118-119 and will be on the cover of a Classic California postcard book and a 2013 wall calendar.
The image makes a lucious pigment print on 11″ X 17″ Hahnemule FineArt Baryta 325gsm paper. Here’s more information about the special offer for the Yosemite View print—you can also see more of my prints for sale here.