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The Rise of David Bowie. 1972-1973. Art Edition B

2015

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  • Mick Jagger & Keith Richards Dining, Photographic Fine Art Print, Black & White
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    Beating It While It’s Hot, Bavaria, 2015 B&W-print on Baryta paper 15.7 x 23.6 in (40 x 60 cm) Edition of 10 The photographer Ellen von Unwerth worked as a top fashion model for 10 years, before taking up the camera and becoming one of the world’s most in-demand fashion photographers. Her editorial work has featured in countless magazines, including Vogue, Interview, Vanity Fair, and i-D, while her major advertising campaigns include Victoria’s Secret, Banana Republic...
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    This piece is currently on display at Art Angels Los Angeles. Available in the following sizes: 61 x 52 inches, Edition of 12 84 x 71 inches, Edition of 12 “When we shoot in the ...
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  • Botanical Nude , No. 1 Mini Series
    By Rob Brinson
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    Artist/Photographer : Rob Brinson This is a custom heavy iron frame with no glass front Signed Limited Edition total size is 12 x 12 x 3 Easy to hang but v...
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  • We Are.... - Nude Contemporary Photography
    By Hugh Arnold
    Located in Chicago, IL
    Limited edition Lambda Chromogenic Print mounted on Dibond (an aluminum substrate) with UV Acrylic. Available sizes: 24 x 36 inches (61 x 94 cm) Edition Size: 12 40 x 60 inches...
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  • Funnel Creek by David Yarrow - Grizzly Bear - Alaska - Contemporary Photography
    By David Yarrow
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    Archival Pigment Print on 315gsm Hahnemühle Photo Rag Baryta Paper Each is signed, dated and numbered on the front. Edition Size: 12 Available sizes: 48 x 54 inches 67 x 75 inches All prints are on 315gsm Hahnemühle photo rag Baryta paper and varnished after processing to give both endurance and sheen. Each is signed, dated and numbered on the front. Price includes David Yarrow's custom black ash frame, white archival matting and protective UV acrylic. For unframed, $1,500 will be deducted from the price. David Yarrow has built an unrivaled reputation for capturing the beauty of the planet’s remote landscapes, cultures and endangered animals. Born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1966, he is an internationally acclaimed fine art photographer and Europe’s best selling wildlife photographer. "What is the key to having an edge in my genre of photograph in 2016? It cannot purely be technical camera fluency as that would enfranchise photographers across the globe – many of whom doubtless know their camera guide appendix far better than me. Nikon may have made me an ambassador, but not on the basis of my understanding of page 239 of the manual. Of course an innate sense of compositional balance and unerring focusing ability helps, as does a literacy in the language of light. But again, whilst this may narrow down the field, none of these skills are uncommon. I am always conscious of the fact that in 2016, everyone is a photographer. My firm contention is that the key to taking transcending photographs in the field, is access to great content and this comes from research, perseverance, occasional bouts of bravery and most of all logistical excellence. These variables collectively morph into one goal – “precision’”. Without an obsession with precision, the game is down to luck and luck, by definition, is a leveller. I take issue with those that say wildlife photography is about luck, because as I grow older (and looking in the mirror I see that I have aged a great deal camping in Alaska over the last 10 days), I can reasonably argue that research and logistical excellence tilt the odds in the favour of the applicants. I want to be the best – why settle for anything less in this trade? This is not ego talking, it is natural to be the best you can be. To succeed will not be about me learning about new functions on the camera, it will be through a constancy in my commitment to homework. Alaska is the perfect example of this dynamic. To go on photographic assignment there is much more a test of map work, spontaneity, people skills and quick thinking than it is of photographic prowess per se. To do a good job in this remarkable wilderness requires a respect for logistics – indeed that is what a lead photographer in the true wild must be – a logistics expert. Let’s start with a simple check. 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