Photo Journey

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Good morning!  Have a wonderful Sunday.

Doug and I are exhausted after two sweltering days at the Townsend Heritage Days event. There were many, many positives to take away from our second show, but the record heat and humidity took a lot out of us! Exhibitors who had done this show in the past told us that the crowd was way down this year, probably due to the extreme heat. Although we didn't quite reach the goal we had set for ourselves, we actually sold quite a bit and made some great contacts as well as gaining some invaluable experience. Two separate surprise visits from friends blessed us tremendously. Gayle Walston Hiddleson and Lea Broussard came all the way from Cleveland to support our efforts, and Barbara Ann Shields and husband Bailey showed up just as we were starting to pack up and helped us do the hard work of getting everything loaded. Both instances made us feel so loved. ... See MoreSee Less

Just a reminder that Marcy's Photo Journey will have a booth at the Townsend Heritage Days Festival next Friday and Saturday, September 27-28. I'm posting some examples of our work, all taken locally, but we'll have additional images including travel, seascapes, lighthouses, and home decor. Special orders are always an option if you don't see exactly what you're looking for.

We'd love to have you stop by and see us as it always helps to see a familiar face come through. The booth will be open from 10:00 until 6:00 on both days, rain or shine.

Thank you for sharing!
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It's been a happy Tuesday so far. I just returned from the post office where I mailed a custom order of two double matted prints. When this customer first contacted me, she had no idea that I can do custom orders, so I thought I'd take a few moments to share some information about that option.

If you go to marcysphotography.com site, you are accessing a third party vendor that uses my raw images to create extra large prints, canvases, metal prints, and various gift items. The site is easy to navigate and you are able to take the image from the gallery and try several mats and/or frames and see exactly how the finished product will look. They provide excellent service, prompt shipping, and a money back guarantee. It's a good company. I know because I ordered some of my own work from them just to be sure of the quality.

However, if you are interested in matted prints that are not huge, we offer five standard sizes out of our home studio. Custom orders are welcome, and I can add text to any image, if that is something that you'd like to consider. Personalized gifts are a nice option to think about as the holidays draw near. The customer whose order I just mailed wanted to choose photos for two of her family members and add their favorite scripture to the image. They turned out great!

Please contact me if you have any questions concerning Marcy's Photo Journey. I'm not the best marketing person and sometimes I'm afraid I don't make things as clear as they need to be.
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4 months ago

Marcy's Photo Journey

This week's work has been finding and photographing barns in east Tennessee and northern Georgia. Due to the positive response and inquiries from a post earlier in the week, I'm reminding everyone these images are available for purchase, double matted, and ready for an 11 X 14 frame. The mats are gray with a maroon under mat. Please let me know if you are interested!This week's work has been finding and photographing barns in east Tennessee and northern Georgia. Due to the positive response and inquiries from a post earlier in the week, I'm reminding everyone these images are available for purchase, double matted, and ready for an 11 X 14 frame. The mats are gray with a maroon under mat. Please let me know if you are interested! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Great photos!

4 months ago

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Once again, just as I'm coming through Townsend, the sky looks great over the quilt barn, and I can't resist another round. Just put these and others from the week on the website. Check out this week's work at marcysphotography.com. ... See MoreSee Less

Once again, just as Im coming through Townsend, the sky looks great over the quilt barn, and I cant resist another round.  Just put these and others from the week on the website.  Check out this weeks work at marcysphotography.com.Image attachment

4 months ago

Marcy's Photo Journey

Fully recovered now from the arts/crafts fair last week-end and back at work ponderously going over more pictures from Africa. Just a reminder that I'm posting new pictures every day to marcysphotography.com and would love to have you visit often! I'm really hoping to get back with my local shooting in the Smokies and Cades Cove but must confess I'm dreading the summer crowds and bear jams. I'm missing "my mountains," though, so I hope to have some new perspectives of the places I love best very soon. ... See MoreSee Less

Fully recovered now from the arts/crafts fair last week-end and back at work ponderously going over more pictures from Africa.  Just a reminder that Im posting new pictures every day to marcysphotography.com and would love to have you visit often!  Im really hoping to get back with my local shooting in the Smokies and Cades Cove but must confess Im dreading the summer crowds and bear jams.  Im missing my mountains, though, so I hope to have some new perspectives of the places I love best very soon.Image attachment

 

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Always enjoy looking at your photos.

5 months ago

Marcy's Photo Journey

Technically, it's not the best photo, but I love this shot taken high above the beach on Chapman's Peak. A lone horse and rider have the entire expansive beach to themselves and show up as a small dot on the sands below. (Click on it to see the picture only, and the rider is a little more visible.) ... See MoreSee Less

Technically, its not the best photo, but I love this shot taken high above the beach on Chapmans Peak.  A lone horse and rider have the entire expansive beach to themselves and show up as a small dot on the sands below.  (Click on it to see the picture only, and the rider is a little more visible.)

5 months ago

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Now that the festival is behind us, it's back to going over the pictures from the Africa trip. This is another aerial shot from our helicopter adventure in Zimbabwe and shows the enormity of Victoria Falls. The bridge in the middle right connects the countries of Zambia and Zimbabwe with the river and the falls being right between the two countries. You can also understand why it was so difficult to get pictures when we were walking along the falls due to the heavy mist. ... See MoreSee Less

Now that the festival is behind us, its back to going over the pictures from the Africa trip.  This is another aerial shot from our helicopter adventure in Zimbabwe and shows the enormity of Victoria Falls.  The bridge in the middle right connects the countries of Zambia and Zimbabwe with the river and the falls being right between the two countries.  You can also understand why it was so difficult to get pictures when we were walking along the falls due to the heavy mist.

 

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Still hard to believe we were really there. So much more beautiful than standing there and only getting a glimpse of that separation. Thank you for your gift of great photography...more, more

Stunning shot!

5 months ago

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So we actually did it! Home now, unloaded, put away, exhausted, but feeling good about the week-end and our first ever venture into the world of art fairs and festivals. It was a successful week-end in so many ways, and I feel happy and amazed that we really did pull it off. Thank you to all who gave such encouragement, both online and in person. (Thank you, Jill, John, and Zachary for driving all the way from Kentucky to come and support us.) I've never had much confidence in my new role as a photographer, but this week-end really gave me some needed validation. It's my tendency to have unreasonably high expectations at times, but according to others who have gone down this road, we did very well with our sales and our income over the two days. And guess what? I'm starting to feel like a real photographer!! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Could not make it there but knew it would be a huge success!! You & Doug are great photographers...love your work!!

A very good exhibit...great photography. Enjoyed seeing you and Doug!

So happy for you! Glad it was successful

You are! You are! If your show comes to Fla..let us know in advance..We have some large ones...Mt Dora..Winter Park So happy for you and Doug and glad you did well

Congratulations on a successful weekend!

You are a photographer!!

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5 months ago

Marcy's Photo Journey

Here we are practicing final setup for our booth for the Lenoir City Arts and Crafts Festival to be held on Saturday, June 1st and Sunday, June 2nd at the Lenoir City Park along Fort Loudon Lake.

We have learned a lot and the end result is a portfolio of over 800 double matted images in a broad range of sizes and subjects.

Looking forward to seeing you there!
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Here we are practicing final setup for our booth for the Lenoir City Arts and Crafts Festival to be held on Saturday, June 1st and Sunday, June 2nd at the Lenoir City Park along Fort Loudon Lake. 

We have learned a lot and the end result is a portfolio of over  800 double matted images in a broad range of sizes and subjects.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

 

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Good success

I will be set up there too.

I am sure you will do well.

Best of the show$$$

5 months ago

Marcy's Photo Journey

It's really hard for me to choose a favorite from all of the animals we saw on our four safaris, but giraffes are definitely near the top of the list. These were all seen along the Chobe River in Botswana. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Great photos!

I have an easy favorite. The lions!!!! The giraffes are second. Both animals fascinate me. But lions are just amazing.

They are so beautiful!

I love this elegant creature

They are such beautiful creatures! Loved your trip pics! Makes me want to go!

Did you take pictures with your cell phone?

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5 months ago

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Find myself thinking fondly of this special sunset on the Chobe River in Botswana tonight. I am so thankful to have been able to have this amazing adventure in Africa...scenes like this one will be forever with me! ... See MoreSee Less

Find myself thinking fondly of this special sunset on the Chobe River in Botswana tonight.  I am so thankful to have been able to have this amazing adventure in Africa...scenes like this one will be forever with me!

 

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Stunning and awe inspiring.

Just beautiful .Marcy...so glad our paths crossed..great vacation!

Just absolutely fantastic. Thank you for sharing, as I know this is the only way I'll experience. I hope you put together a travel book.

Awesome photo!

So pretty! Was this a Gate 1, 14 day tour?

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5 months ago

Marcy's Photo Journey

I came to Africa to take photographs like this one. A high point of our last day was seeing a herd of elephants cross the Chobe River. Our guide explained that the group included a one week old calf, and in order to keep the little guy safe from nearby crocodiles, he was positioned toward the front between a huge male, who led the parade, and his mother. Often during the crossing, we'd see this tiny trunk come up like a periscope for air, and we be reassured that he was still there. What a thrill! ... See MoreSee Less

I came to Africa to take photographs like this one.  A high point of our last day was seeing a herd of elephants cross the Chobe River.  Our guide explained that the group included a one week old calf, and in order to keep the little guy safe from nearby crocodiles, he was positioned toward the front between a huge male, who led the parade, and his mother.  Often during the crossing, wed see this tiny trunk come up like a periscope for air, and we be reassured that he was still there.  What a thrill!

 

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Unique info! Love ❤️ it and your pics amazingly awesome.

That is incredible!

Fantastic!

How incredible of a view of elephants!

What an incredible shot!!!!

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6 months ago

Marcy's Photo Journey

(Find associated pictures in the "Photos" section under the "Amazing South Africa" album.)
There's so much to catch up on from the past two days that I'm not even sure where to begin. Doug and I had arrived two days early to get a jump on jet lag recovery before our official tour started because we knew once things ramped up with the itinerary, it'd be pretty much non stop for a while. On Friday we did an extensive tour of the Cape by bus covering a lot of countryside and breathtaking scenery. Highlights were the penguins on Boulders Beach, the Cape of Good Hope, and Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. Yesterday we had a city tour of Cape Town after not being about to tour Table Mountain as was originally planned due to gale force winds. Afternoon golden hour found Doug and me out at Sea Point trying to capture some of the seascapes and waves and then it was on to the waterfront for a little night photography. I'm going to post several pictures (probably way too many), in order to catch up a bit.
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6 months ago

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6 months ago

Marcy's Photo Journey

Today was one of the best days we've ever had on any trip. Our friend, Pieter, whom we met on the plane, gave us a grand tour of the cape, and the scenery was phenomenal. Although it was a very hazy day, the views went on forever, so hundreds of pictures await processing. The highlight of the day, however, was not the beauty or the photography. It was spending the day with a new friend, a gentle soul and wonderful conversationalist, who was so kind to take his entire day hosting two strangers from half way around the world. We shared our stories with one another, laughed a lot, and realized anew that we should always take advantage of opportunities to listen and learn from others. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Beautiful photography! So glad you are having such a wonderful time.

Amen to all of that, dear! 💕

What a great adventure! And for you to say it was one of the best days on any trip is quite a compliment to your new friend (since you’ve traveled quite a lot).

How nice to make such a generous new friend.

6 months ago

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Remembering a wonderful #summer afternoon and yearning for #travel #alwaysreadytogo #seetheworld #southafricabound soon! ... See MoreSee Less

Remembering a wonderful #summer afternoon and yearning for #travel #alwaysreadytogo #seetheworld #southafricabound soon!

 

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Wow for your next trip!! Have a wonderful time when you fly away soon!!❤

6 months ago

Marcy's Photo Journey

From Doug
I originally composed a very long post about our "Digital Darkroom" explaining in great detail how we produce our images. I thought better of it. But I did want to share some of what our products look like.

On the top is a close up to show detail on our paper canvas. We've been very happy with the results. - Images printed on this product have a nice "painterly" look. Our metallic prints have given us some super results as well, but it is hard to capture the real look of metallic with a "picture of a picture".

On the bottom is a closeup of how we mat our images. We started with a few single mats, but weren't satisfied with the look, so we invested in a high quality double mat product line. Images are double matted in nice color combinations chosen by Marcy with a decorative "V' Groove and quality backer board. We mount the image to the mat with a free-hanging technique to prevent buckling using linen hinge tape coupled with 3M Advanced Tape Glider adhesive.

Lately, Marcy has been busy finishing production on our biggest images, a nice 11x19 in a 16x24 mat and I have been occupied with building our festival display (tent, browse boxes, display racks, etc.).

So please put June 1st or 2nd on your calendar to attend the Lenoir City, Tennessee Arts and Crafts Festival to see our work. Would you believe that we close to 900 double matted and wood prints!
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From Doug 
I originally composed a very long post about our Digital Darkroom explaining in great detail how we produce our images.  I thought better of it. But I did want to share some of what our products look like. 

On the top is a close up to show detail on our paper canvas.  Weve been very happy with the results. -  Images printed on this product have a nice painterly look.  Our metallic prints have given us some super results as well, but it is hard to capture the real look of metallic with a picture of a picture.

On the bottom is a closeup of how we mat our images.   We started with a few single mats, but werent satisfied with the look, so we invested in a high quality double mat product line. Images are double matted in nice color combinations chosen by Marcy with a decorative V Groove and quality backer board. We mount the image to the mat with a free-hanging technique to prevent buckling using linen hinge tape coupled with 3M Advanced Tape Glider adhesive.

Lately, Marcy has been busy finishing production on our biggest images, a nice 11x19 in a 16x24 mat and I have been occupied with building our festival display (tent, browse boxes, display racks, etc.).

So please put June 1st or 2nd on your calendar to attend the Lenoir City, Tennessee Arts and Crafts Festival to see our work.  Would you believe that we close to 900 double matted and wood prints!Image attachment

7 months ago

Marcy's Photo Journey

Love #fogphotography early in the morning at #concordpark #knoxvilletennessee ... See MoreSee Less

Love #fogphotography early in the morning at #concordpark #knoxvilletennessee

7 months ago

Marcy's Photo Journey

Something a little different for today's photo...taken in our back yard on a perfect summer day last year. I chose this picture because the purpose of this post is to let everyone know what has been going on at our house since mid January. We started the year a little discouraged about the whole photo business journey because despite our best efforts, online sales are only averaging a little over one picture per month...not any where near what we had hoped when we launched the website on September 30th. So we tried a different approach and offered matted prints directly out of our home, shipped to customers double matted and ready to frame. Although there was a lot of positive feedback on that venture, it has not proven to be any more successful than the other online option through Fine Art America. We're going to take it one step further now, and I'm very excited to announce that we will be hosting a photography booth at the Lenoir City Arts and Crafts Fair the first week-end in June. We will have almost 1,000 images in five different sizes for customers to browse through as they visit. Much work has been done to prepare a great variety of products and organize into categories including landscape, wildlife, birds, southern charm, home decor, and travel. This is our make it or break it week-end, and we're giving it all we've got. Please put the dates on your calendar (June 1-2) and plan to come by and see us! We could also use your help in getting the word out to others...booth #132, a great location right in the middle of the action! ... See MoreSee Less

Something a little different for todays photo...taken in our back yard on a perfect summer day last year.  I chose this picture because the purpose of this post is to let everyone know what has been going on at our house since mid January.  We started the year a little discouraged about the whole photo business journey because despite our best efforts, online sales are only averaging a little over one picture per month...not any where near what we had hoped when we launched the website on September 30th.  So we tried a different approach and offered matted prints directly out of our home, shipped to customers double matted and ready to frame.  Although there was a lot of positive feedback on that venture, it has not proven to be any more successful than the other online option through Fine Art America.  Were going to take it one step further now, and Im very excited to announce that we will be hosting a photography booth at the Lenoir City Arts and Crafts Fair the first week-end in June. We will have almost 1,000 images in five different sizes for customers to browse through as they visit. Much work has been done to prepare a great variety of products and organize into categories including landscape, wildlife, birds, southern charm, home decor, and travel. This is our make it or break it week-end, and were giving it all weve got.  Please put the dates on your calendar (June 1-2) and plan to come by and see us!  We could also use your help in getting the word out to others...booth #132, a great location right in the middle of the action!

 

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I wish you success in every avenue. Your pictures are excellent

7 months ago

Marcy's Photo Journey

These five images of the John Oliver cabin in Cades Cove are now available in four standard sizes, already printed and double matted. If interested, please PM us for details!These five images of the John Oliver cabin in Cades Cove are now available in four standard sizes, already printed and double matted. If interested, please PM us for details! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Marcy Wielfaert, these pictures of John Oliver's cabin are beautiful! He was my great great grandfather. I appreciate your interest in this historical home and your artistic touch on this wonderful place.

Beautiful

8 months ago

Marcy's Photo Journey

So I'm standing in my kitchen about 5:00 yesterday afternoon preparing chicken to grill for dinner, and I look out the window to see the most fabulous golden light in front of a dark, troubled sky. Forgot about dinner (and the fact that it was very cold, had no coat, and I was in my slippers), grabbed my camera, and ran out the door yelling to Doug, who was in the yard, that I was chasing the light and looking for something to shoot. I had in mind to go to a bank of daffodils about a mile from my house and get some flower shots because the temps were dropping so drastically that I knew daffodils would be gone by the next day. However, I got about a quarter of a mile from home and saw these longhorns in a pasture in the absolute perfect light. Hurriedly found a place to pull off the narrow road and park to take a few shots. It is then that I realize I'm in my slippers, it's very muddy, and I have to climb up a steep bank to get a good vantage point. I managed. The adults were a distance away, but the adorable little guy was near me and started over to fence where I was standing. I'm thinking that this is wonderful; I'm going to get some close ups of this sweet little newborn calf. Before I knew what was happening, I heard a bunch of commotion and see the mama longhorn kicking up her heels, stomping, and blowing, and rapidly headed my way. Caught by surprise, I didn't have my shutter speed set high to get the action shots, and I was afraid to take time to change it because I was getting scared that she might actually plow through the fence and charge me. Anyway, I did get some shots, stayed alive and unhurt, and now plan to return and be ready next time for some longhorn action and good angry cow shots. Had no idea we had new neighbors. Aren't they beautiful?So I'm standing in my kitchen about 5:00 yesterday afternoon preparing chicken to grill for dinner, and I look out the window to see the most fabulous golden light in front of a dark, troubled sky. Forgot about dinner (and the fact that it was very cold, had no coat, and I was in my slippers), grabbed my camera, and ran out the door yelling to Doug, who was in the yard, that I was chasing the light and looking for something to shoot. I had in mind to go to a bank of daffodils about a mile from my house and get some flower shots because the temps were dropping so drastically that I knew daffodils would be gone by the next day. However, I got about a quarter of a mile from home and saw these longhorns in a pasture in the absolute perfect light. Hurriedly found a place to pull off the narrow road and park to take a few shots. It is then that I realize I'm in my slippers, it's very muddy, and I have to climb up a steep bank to get a good vantage point. I managed. The adults were a distance away, but the adorable little guy was near me and started over to fence where I was standing. I'm thinking that this is wonderful; I'm going to get some close ups of this sweet little newborn calf. Before I knew what was happening, I heard a bunch of commotion and see the mama longhorn kicking up her heels, stomping, and blowing, and rapidly headed my way. Caught by surprise, I didn't have my shutter speed set high to get the action shots, and I was afraid to take time to change it because I was getting scared that she might actually plow through the fence and charge me. Anyway, I did get some shots, stayed alive and unhurt, and now plan to return and be ready next time for some longhorn action and good angry cow shots. Had no idea we had new neighbors. Aren't they beautiful? ... See MoreSee Less

 

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I love those sunny moments with a cold sky.

Wow Marcy great pics

8 months ago

Marcy's Photo Journey

Things are starting to happen here at Marcy’s Photo Journey as we head to the UPS office today to ship a matted 16x20 image and continue to build our inventory. Pictured below, our model Madelyn has one of our “mini-landscapes”. This format features panoramic images in a finished size of 11x14 inches. We have one like this hanging as an accent piece in our own home.
The mini-landscapes are all double matted, finished with a decorative V-groove, and packaged in clear show-bags. This particular image is on canvas paper and has a blue outer mat and a gray inner mat. You can have “It is Well With My Soul” or any of our other mini-landscapes for $32.00. We will be creating galleries of images available in each size. Many are ready to go, already printed and matted, but if you place an order you have a customization option. This means you can choose your paper (canvas, luster, pearl or metallic). In addition, you may add a custom scripture or favorite saying as seen in the example for an additional $5.00.
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Things are starting to happen here at Marcy’s Photo Journey as we head to the UPS office today to ship a matted 16x20 image and continue to build our inventory.   Pictured below, our model Madelyn has one of our “mini-landscapes”.   This format features panoramic images in a finished size of 11x14 inches.   We have one like this hanging as an accent piece in our own home. 
The mini-landscapes are all double matted, finished with a decorative V-groove, and packaged in clear show-bags.   This particular image is on canvas paper and has a blue outer mat and a gray inner mat.  You can have “It is Well With My Soul” or any of our other mini-landscapes for   $32.00.   We will be creating galleries of images available in each size.  Many are ready to go, already printed and matted, but if you place an order you have a customization option.  This means you can choose your paper (canvas, luster, pearl or metallic).  In addition, you may add a custom scripture or favorite saying as seen in the example for an additional $5.00.Image attachment

8 months ago

Marcy's Photo Journey

Our model Madelyn is holding the 8x10 version (finished size) of a fan favorite entitled “Frosty Bugle Breath,” taken in the National Park at Oconaluftee, North Carolina. Our Frosty won third place in a wildlife contest featuring 597 images, so we're quite proud of him! The golden early light and the steam that rose from the bugling elk gave us an image that we felt fortunate to capture.

We have a variety of images in 8x10 format of various subjects but focused mainly on wildlife of the Smokies...bears, songbirds, coyotes, elk, deer, owls, eagles, raccoons, etc. They are all double matted, finished with a decorative V-groove, and sealed in clear show-bags. This particular image is on metallic paper and has a cappuccino color outer mat and a heritage tan inner mat.

You can have Frosty Bugle Breath for $18.00 If you would like more information on other sizes and subjects please message us.
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Our model Madelyn is holding the 8x10 version (finished size) of a fan favorite entitled “Frosty Bugle Breath,” taken in the National Park at Oconaluftee, North Carolina.  Our Frosty won third place in a wildlife contest featuring 597 images, so were quite proud of him! The golden early light and the steam that rose from the bugling elk gave us an image that we felt fortunate to capture.
   
We have a variety of images in 8x10 format of various subjects but focused mainly on wildlife of the Smokies...bears, songbirds, coyotes, elk, deer, owls, eagles, raccoons, etc. They are all double matted, finished with a decorative V-groove, and sealed in clear show-bags.   This particular image is on metallic paper and has a cappuccino color outer mat and a heritage tan inner mat.

You can have Frosty Bugle Breath for $18.00   If you would like more information on other sizes and subjects please message us.

8 months ago

Marcy's Photo Journey

Since there has been so little activity on our page lately, you may have thought we lost interest in our little photography business, but that is far from the case.

As you may know, Marcy and I have over 1,800 images hosted online with a site called Fine Art America. We upload the images and provide descriptions, then Fine Art America does everything else from shopping cart checkout to printing matting, framing and shipping. We receive a commission for use of the image.

Fine Art America does have great products with a money-back guarantee and we recommend that you take a look and compare them to what you would have to pay for a framed image.

But for most of us, it is no small investment to get a matted and framed print. So last month we began researching how we might bring you a high-quality product for less. For sales, we decided to target art fairs and festivals where people could see our product directly. We realize selling art online is difficult, especially considering shipping.

After much research and testing, we have settled on offering six image sizes, with beautiful v-grooved, double mats with using metallic, canvas, luster and other quality papers paired to match the type of image. We will not do framing, but all of our images fit standard size frames.

Over the course of the last month, we have produced over 100 images like the 18x24 you see below featuring our model, Madelyn.

We have created these finished sizes:
• 8x10 (A good place to feature our birds and wildlife)
• 10x13 (Wildlife closeups)
• 11x14 (mini-landscapes in metallic and art canvas )
• 16x20 (Featured landscape prints)
• 18x24 (Large landscape prints)

Contact us for more information and continue to follow us for offers, featured images, news and descriptions.
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Since there has been so little activity on our page lately, you may have thought we lost interest in our little photography business, but that is far from the case.

As you may know, Marcy and I have over 1,800 images hosted online with a site called Fine Art America.  We upload the images and provide descriptions, then Fine Art America does everything else from shopping cart checkout to printing matting, framing and shipping.   We receive a commission for use of the image. 

Fine Art America does have great products with a money-back guarantee and we recommend that you take a look and compare them to what you would have to pay for a framed image.

But for most of us, it is no small investment to get a matted and framed print.  So last month we began researching how we might bring you a high-quality product for less.  For sales, we decided to target art fairs and festivals where people could see our product directly. We realize selling art online is difficult, especially considering shipping. 

After much research and testing, we have settled on offering six image sizes, with beautiful v-grooved, double mats with using metallic, canvas, luster and other quality papers paired to match the type of image.  We will not do framing, but all of our images fit standard size frames.

Over the course of the last month, we have produced over 100 images like the 18x24 you see below featuring our model, Madelyn.

We have created these finished sizes:
• 8x10 (A good place to feature our birds and wildlife)
• 10x13 (Wildlife closeups)
• 11x14 (mini-landscapes in metallic and art canvas )
• 16x20 (Featured landscape prints)
• 18x24 (Large landscape prints)

Contact us for more information and continue to follow us for offers, featured images, news and descriptions.

 

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