Bryce Towers at Dawn, 1995
Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah
11x14 Pigment Print on Rag paper
Much like the iconic landscapes of Yosemite and Yellowstone, Bryce has become its own photographic cliché. This photograph was made in 1994 on my first trip out with the prototype scanning camera. My assistant Darin Steinberg was along to help out. People have gravitated to this photograph over the years and I've resisted, continuing to think that it is so hard to photograph Bryce's remarkable landforms in a unique way. Nonetheless, this photograph did move my vision forward in thinking about subtle renditions of wild forms, and what may have been the first dramatic example of the scanning camera's ability to record tonal transitions into shadows with open detail and no overt blue shift. I do keep returning to it and was very impressed with the reality of the image.
We're offering an 11x14 inch print, matted to 16x20 and ready to frame for $195, framed for an additional $75. This print at this price is offered through September 30. We'll be taking orders until then, and shipping them out by October 15th.
About the Program
Each month we offer a signed, original print, at a special price. This is a great opportunity to own a very affordable fine-art photograph. Orders are taken for a 30-day period, then printed and shipped within two weeks after the close. When it's over, it's over, these prints won't be available again at this price.