Releasing images for print is something that I take very seriously. A lot of time goes into each of my pieces of art, from the time I press the shutter to printing off a small proof, to going back into my editing software and fine-tuning the images to get the best result. Each photograph I release has been waiting months to be revealed. It has sat, waiting patiently, being tweaked here and there, printed once, twice, three times, all to ensure the highest possible quality.
These images were captured on my camping trip up to New York back in May of 2018. I have slowly worked on them, allowing the final piece reveal itself, rather than try and force it out. Today, I believe that has been accomplished in full.
I am happy to finally reveal five of my photographic works created on this trip, all of which are in a panoramic format.
It was while watching a fellow photographer's vlog that I was introduced to the art of capturing intimate moments. Far too often, we get caught-up in the grand scheme of things, focusing on the larger projects, the end-goal of one's life...
With a name like Lucifer Falls, one must visit, even if it may not seem all that worth it at first. My knee was still injured from visiting 'Adams Falls' so traversing these trails - despite again being simple rock paths - was not the easiest...
Despite having gone to Ricketts Glen a total of three times in 2017 and 2018, Adams Falls was one of the only waterfalls I had not gotten to witness. Yet when we had come across it, it was love at first sight. Everything about the waterfall seemed to call to me in a way very few others had...
Watkins Glen was an interesting case, unlike most of the areas I had photographed while on my yearly camping trip. It challenged me as I could not get close to the waterfall, get into the river, feel nature around me...
Ricketts Glen is known for having a day's worth of photographic waterfalls; one can spend hours simply taking in the beauty of a single fall. Being able to truly enjoy all of them in a day is impossible, regardless of what others will tell...
Each photograph is available for collection in an edition of 5, printed on one of the highest quality matte papers in the world. The print comes embossed, numbered, and signed by the artist himself, and a certificate of authenticity is provided as well.
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