Today, I leave for Jackson Hole, Wyoming to deliver four of my framed prints to the National Museum of Wildlife Art, for their annual auction. This year's auction theme is, “Western Visions,” and I'm one of seven photographers invited to display their work. I haven't quite figured out how I'm going to get two adults, one child, and four massive framed prints in a Jeep, but I'm sure I'll have it figured out after a few cups of coffee. I've had people ask me where I get my prints made. Truth be told, I print a lot of stuff myself using an Epson r2400. With that printer I can print up to about 13×19. These prints were so large that I used an outside service called Mpix.com. Mpix has a wonderful reputation amongst professional, as well as amateur, photographers. They provide quality service and reliable prints. No matter what service you decide to use, I always recommend that you calibrate your computer screen (the one that you use for editing) to the outside service printers. This will make for a good future post, so I won't go into too much detail now, but regular screen calibration helps guarantee you get consistent results whether you're printing in-house or with an outside service. More on all of that later..;) I'm off to Jackson Hole. Wish me the best, and let's hope I don't hit too many potholes along the way!
p.s. We recently opened registration for our Yellowstone photography workshop so drop me a line if you have any questions.