Print of the Month: Following the Path

Purchase a limited edition print of Following the Path by Harold Davis ($450)
Following the Path is an unusual high dynamic range image of a country road in late afternoon light suggests the possiblities ahead if one thinks positively. The image makes a great print and is printed large on 17" X 22" paper. With its overall lively tones it will add a light and festive air to almost any room. I shot this photo in the springtime near the Sonoma-Marin county line, and pieced the final version together from five original captures. Note: The actual image size is somewhat smaller than 17X22, allowing for my hand signature and overmatting when you frame the piece.

Following the Path is made by hand and giclee printed with tender, loving care in my studio on 325 gsm Epson archival Exhibition Fiber paper. This print is available only in a limited edition of twenty prints that will be signed and numbered, guaranteeing the unique characteristics of owning this work of art. A signed certificate of authenticity with each print's number in the edition is provided when you buy Following the Path.

The price for this archival print is $450.00. You can save money and help support a living artist by buying directly from us. Note that the discounted price is only good while supplies last (there are only 20 prints in this edition). The price includes careful, custom packing and insured Fedex ground shipping within the continental United States. (Please contact me for shipping costs for prints shipped to Alaska, Hawaii, or internationally.)

Following the Path

Purchase Following the Path by Harold Davis for $450.00
We make our prints with a great deal of care with the best archival standards. Even the ink I use to sign our prints is acid free.

I'm not comparing myself with the great masters of photography, but consider that during the many years that Edward Weston and Ansel Adams were active, you could have bought one of their prints for a few hundred dollars (at most). These prints sell for tens—or hundreds—of thousands of dollars at auction today.

I stand by my work. I want you to be completely ecstatic. If you are not satisfied with your print in any way or for any reason, please return it in as-new condition within one year for a no-questions-asked refund or exchange.

If you have any questions about this print—or anything photographic for that matter—please email me (harold [at] photoblog2.com) or give me a call at 510.528.9977.

Many people have asked me about framing their Harold Davis print. I always recommend archival framing using acid-free materials and glass that provides UV protection. Note that we do not provide framing services. I am a photographer and artist, not a framer. I want you to work with a professional framer to make your own choices depending on where you will hang my print—and I don't want to build a hidden markup into what I would have to charge for framing.

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