website update at paulscoloradophotography.com

Since I regularly have people contacting me about purchasing prints, I just did an update to my website. I have made it easier to get info about purchasing prints and mounts. Including pricing.

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Since I regularly have people contacting me about purchasing prints, I just did an update to my website. I have made it easier to get info about purchasing prints and mounts. Including pricing. I am still searching for a quality e-commerce site to process orders directly online without having to contact me. That will take some time to set up so please be patient, until then you will still have to contact me through my website with the photos you desire. It is also coming up to a new year and my prices are changing, so make sure you take a look at the purchasing page when browsing my website. They are going up quite a bit. Just remember that I do use the highest quality in printing and mounting available, materials and techniques that I am very proud of and will stand behind 100 percent. I also strive to maintain significant originality in all my photos, both in the scenes I photograph and my artistic expression, guaranteeing a unique experience in each one of my photos. To see examples of my work just follow the link to my website and go to galleries, it is an accumulation of many years of photography rolled up into one website, you can also see from page to page how I have evolved both as a photographer and artist over the years. An evolution that will continue through the rest of my life

I recently got out of Denver finally. New photos are coming to my website and Facebook page, so if you haven’t already go to my Facebook page and like it and share it to all your friends and family, I regularly post on Facebook.

Panoramic of Lake Dillon on a windy and cold evening
Panoramic of Lake Dillon on a windy and cold Thanksgiving evening 2014. Panoramic is over 25,600 pixels wide and 5,800 pixels high
Sun Peaking through clouds at a cold and windy Lake Dillon on Thanksgiving 2014
Sun Peaking through clouds at a cold and windy Lake Dillon on Thanksgiving 2014
Blowing snow is visible in this photo taken with my 70-200 F4L at 200 MM. The high mountain peaks are above Breckenridge about 9 miles away, You can see individual ski runs  and ski lifts on the full sized photo
Blowing snow is visible in this photo taken with my 70-200 F4L at 200 MM. The high mountain peaks are above Breckenridge about 9 miles away, You can see individual ski runs and ski lifts on the full sized photo
Some of the last light from Lake Dillon right at the ending of dusk. It was getting dark at that point, the wind started calming down, though it was still blowing hard. The lower light gave me a longer shutter speed which helped smooth the water.
Some of the last light from Lake Dillon right at the ending of dusk. It was getting dark at that point, the wind started calming down, though it was still blowing hard. The lower light gave me a longer shutter speed which helped create a smooth effect to the water.

Remember all photos posted here and all other websites are copyrighted by me, the reproduction and usage is forbidden and is a violation of US and international law. Enjoy these photos as much as you like on my sites but don’t steal them, it takes a lot of work and time to develop my artistic vision, technical skills, as well as time and money to get these photos and process them.

Author: paulscoloradophotography

Nature and landscape photographer from Denver metro, Colorado. I also do extensive urban and night time photography. I originally started photography as a means to document my climbs of Colorado's many high mountain peaks, then it evolved from there. The biggest thing about landscape photography is being in nature and capturing those short lived and sublime moments that occur. There is nothing quite like being at a mountain lake feeling that cold mountain air, looking up at those dramatic peaks and spires, or being up late at night looking up at the incredible amount of stars visible from the Earth, something that very few people are able to experience any more this is the true source of my inspiration. I have had several gallery showings including with the Denver Photo Art Gallery owned by renowned nature photographer John Fielder, and a two week exhibit during the Democratic National Convention. I currently have 2 books out in collaboration with other people, plus working on a 3rd one about Loveland Pass region, this last one is still an ongoing project. Plus I have been published from other sources including Smith Southwestern and am a regular contributor in stock with Shutterstock and Dreamstime. I have had large scale corporate sales and numerous individual sales of my photos. This includes numerous photos with the Plenary Group and photos in the home of a well known actor

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