Online gallery now open
I am humbled, inspired, and encouraged by your response to the moonrise images and the numerous requests for prints — caught me completely by surprise! I am happy to announce that the photos can now be viewed (and purchased, if you’re so inclined) in my online gallery. The goal is to make the process simple and efficient for you to select what you want, order, and pay all in one place — your photos will arrive straight to your door or in-box. (Please be sure to read the notes below.)
Note: I am making these photos available "as is" and while I try to maintain certain standards and partner with professional, top-of-class partners, please know that there might be slight variance between what you see on your screen vs. what can be replicated in print. If you have an issue with the quality of the prints or products or the fulfillment of same (problems with website, payment processing, shipping delays or damages, etc.), I respectfully ask that you that you take up the matter directly with the vendor involved by clicking on the live-chat icon in the lower right corner of the gallery or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Unfortunately, I am unable to warrant their work or to provide refunds. However, I would appreciate knowing about any issues so I can make adjustments as needed, always with an eye towards improving the product and the process.
The proportions of the photos are (16:9) and optimal for wide-screen viewing but will likely result in images needing to be cropped to fit standard size photo paper and/or frames. When you select a product, know that in most cases you can click on it to crop it as you wish.
And, lastly, Culver City shows up as a pre-populated location ID when you go to place your order. Please disregard and enter your own address. (This is a known issue and apparently something Pic-Time isn't able to address at this time.)
My first exposure to photography came at the hands of my mother who often had her Rolleiflex nearby. I remember looking through the ground glass and being fascinated by the upside down image and the fact that we could capture a moment in time and have it a few days later as a print. I started shooting film with a Nikon FM camera in high school and I have been Inspired ever since by the many great shooters with whom I've worked professionally over the years.