Other sizing and color options not listed-

I wanted to take a moment to explain how options not listed could work, as I cannot list every possible option and make the process cumbersome and overwhelming. One of the most important fundamentals of my photography is composition and utilizing lines, negative space, etc. Certain print sizes require considerable cropping, such as 8″x10″ and 11″x14″ as examples. Sure, the composition could still work to create those print sizes, though I don’t feel the composition is usually as strong. This may be an unpopular view, but I consider those two sizes to be sterile and boring. Recently, I sold two panoramic canvases, and I was able to make the crop work effectively. Though panoramic and square options would not work with all of my works featured here. Though I encourage you to reach out if you wish to ask about a different size not listed, and I will do everything I can to be helpful and to find a solution.

Often, color work and black and white work is left to the discretion of the artist. I feature both here, though in recent years, I have been drawn to color and what it adds to each image. If you wish to see a color image in black and white as I prepare it, or vice versa, please don’t hesitate to ask. I will post two examples. While gallivanting the backroads of Southeast Tennessee, I photographed this nostalgic Texaco gas station. I listed the color option on the gallery, as I feel the color adds to the image, However, I think almost every photo looks great in black and white as well; this one included. Here, you’ll see both. For other sizing and color options not listed, don’t be afraid to ask. If I feel one works well or another isn’t as strong, I will be honest.

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