Category Archives: Gallery Wrapped Canvas
Welcome to International Dark-Sky Week / Global Astronomy Month where we try to bring attention to the problems associated with light pollution and simple ways to reduce our impact such as turning off unused lights, use of motion sensors, and IDA approved downward pointing lights available at fine home improvement shops. Read More.
I am proud to announce the #IDSWeek Special. I am selling this canvas at cost plus a $40 Donation / Membership to International Dark Sky Association in support of IDS Week. Read More: Dark River of the Milky Way photo.
I had a great time at the April edition of First Friday 2013 at Denver Photo Art Gallery in the Art District on Santa Fe in Denver, Colorado. The crowd was massive and I had a chance to meet so many people and talk about International Dark-Sky Week and Photography. Thanks to all the people that came out. Truly a great time.
Sunday AntZl Challenge: A couple weeks ago I entered my photo in the SAzC and with the help of many people on Facebook my photo was voted the favorite. Then I asked whoever wanted to be in the raffle for the AntZl Dollar$ to sign up and we did a random selection for the gift of $50.00 in AntZl Dollar$. Kerri Willerford won and had her own Antzl Project Canvas made. Congratulations Kerri. The canvas looks amazing. Thank you Antzl!
On July 13, 2013 I am excited to announce a 1 month exhibit at the Breckenridge Theatre Gallery. This exhibit will be all night photography but will be completely different than the Denver Photo Art Gallery. The opening is from 4-6pm and refreshments will be served. Your support would be appreciated. More info will be available as the event develops.
Stellar Tuesday – August 28, 2012 – Summit County, Colorado
Brings us a panoramic I shot of the Williams Fork Range under Moonlight. The Moon itself is about 30 degrees out of the left side of the frame. This was a shot that I have been planning for almost a year now. I knew that it was a First Quarter (Blue) Moon, and this shot was bookmarked in the back of my head for such a scenario. I took several attempts with this panoramic and this was the last of the series. Glad I waited out for a few extra shots.
Also please be reminded that the 2013 Calendar is available for Pre-Orders right now through Sept 15 at a discounted price. These Pre-Orders help me to finance the Calendar. Order yours Now.
Stellar Tuesday June 25, 2012:
This weeks Stellar Tuesday is brought to you in cooperation with the Antzl Project: Photo to Canvas Company, designed for a 32 x 48 Large Format Gallery Wrapped Canvas. (I LOVE THIS!) For purchasing info please click on the photo.
Milky Way Rising: Just another moonless night in the White River National Forest. I initially set up to shoot a different subject but when I noticed my favorite part of the Milky Way rising over some beautiful trees w/ lots of depth, I quickly changed my composition. The night was crisp, clear, and I was far from light pollution, ideal for shooting Stars. To expose the subject, I wanted to use a fast aperture, a high sensitivity, and a relatively short shutter for Night-Time exposures. As always, I shoot in Raw and do my post-processing in Lightroom.
Stellar Tuesday – 6/18/12 – Milky Way Rising over Clinton Gulch: Summit County, Colorado. I had been planning to capture this shot since last year and it was almost perfect, except for the lingering light of an unseen twilight. As Astrophotographers often do, I just have to deal. Ideally for me, I would have preferred this shot 1 week earlier so that the Milky Way was more prominent in a darker sky but the result with a lingering twilight seems very interesting to me.
The light in the left hand portion of this 8 photo panoramic is from the town of Breckenridge, Colorado.
This panoramic is pre-sized for a full frame, made in Colorado (As 90% of everything I do is, working on 100%), 20 x 60 Canvas by the Antzl Project. It can also be arranged for a Canvas w/ Graphic Design (or Antzlfication) at no additional charge.
Summit County, Colorado: Partly starry night over the Gore Range is a 5 photo Panoramic or several successive photos stitched together to make one complete image. The original of this was actually closer to a 12 photo Panoramic but it was way too wide.
Gore Range peaks which are visible are Mt Bloodshaw, Peak T, and Peak N. The peak in the far right is an unnamed peak in the Williams Fork Range.
One of the interesting things about this shot is the amount of ambient light that was available in the valley. The clouds are being illuminated by distant towns such as Vail / Eagle on the left and Kremmling to the right. There were a couple of ranches in the photo that I was kind enough to turn the lights off for but I believe most the light was reflected down into the valley from these clouds and then the ambient light was scattered by the snow. The final stitched product was then processed in Lightroom.
20 x 60 Antzl Project Gallery Wrapped Canvas.
Announcing the “Sickest” Antzl Design Yet:
Bring the Night Sky of Colorado into your home with this brand new design. This beast is 20″ x 60″ and at 20% Percent off with along with all other Canvases from the Antzl Project for a limited time! To see more designs follow this link. To learn about adding a Free Enhantzment to a different photo click here.
I am overjoyed to announce the newest Antzl Project Design for all Canvas sizes. Meet Orion over the Gore Range, Colorado. I love this new design and its on sale at 20% off along with all other Canvases! Thank You Antzl Project!
This image was recorded Mid-March on a moonless night. The shoot itself was a disaster with clouds pouring in when arrived on location. I had an equipment failure with my intervolometer breaking and had a horrible time getting the focus right. This image is from my last 4 frames of an hour and a half session and I think its one of my best to date.
Canvases sized for Panoramics will soon be available!!!
Thats right! No more spending a fortune on custom matting and framing for a Panoramic print. Now you can have a finished product printed on high quality canvas and stretched on a sturdy frame. You can’t beat their work and its made right here in Colorado, USA. Can it get any better?
Now you can save 20% off any Antzl Canvas size, printed with one of my images. Simply click here for more info.
When more info on prices and sizes becomes available, I will send out another update and will have them ready for order!