Tag: Fine Art Photography



May 19 – June 23, 2018

To celebrate PDNB Gallery’s conclusion of another successful season of important art fairs, PDNB Gallery is pleased to present in the gallery, HIGHLIGHTS: New York & Dallas. This group exhibition will showcase the works that captivated audiences at The Photography Show presented by AIPAD in New York and the always impressive, Dallas Art Fair.

This super-group, marvel showcase exhibition will include: Jeanine Michna-Bales from her historical project, Through Darkness to Light: Photographs Along the Underground Railroad, the deeply compelling images from Jeffrey Silverthorne’s notable 1970’s series, Morgue, and an exciting selection of recently acquired photographs from the archives of iconic motor-sport’s photographer, Jesse Alexander; additional artists included in this show are: John Albok, Lucienne Bloch, Peter Brown, Keith Carter, Esteban Pastorino Diaz, Vadium Gushchin, Earlie Hudnall, Jr., Yousuf Karsh, Ida Lansky, Cheryl Medow, Nickolas Muray, Bill Owens and Nic Nicosia.

154 Glass St., Ste. 104

Dallas, TX 75207




Image: Jeanine Michna-Bales, Eagle Hollow from Hunter’s Bottom. Just across the Ohio River, Indiana, 2014

Submitted by Missy Finger. Email: info@npdnbgallery.com

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Hot Off The Press . . .from photographer Randy Ziegler

In Revelatory Moments I will be taking you on a pictorial journey over the years and share my thoughts, insights, and revelations during the moments of photo capture. This is not a technical photography book, but rather a guidepost for those who want to elevate their seeing.

Preview the book here:   REVELATORY MOMENTS

Author website


Submitted by Randy Ziegler. Email: randy@randyziegler.com

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New Dedicated Fine Art Photography and Scanning Service in Bishop Arts District


SkylineArtPrints.com an Austin based company providing fine art scanning, photography and printing services have opened their first satellite location in Dallas’s Bishop Arts District. The Dallas location is dedicated to fine art photography and scanning services for artists, and also has a small art gallery. Skyline Arts is a company that prides themselves on providing artists with a high quality art reproduction service, for a reasonable cost and turnaround time. http://www.skylineartprints.com/

All scans include color management, basic retouching, reference prints and up to two rounds of proofing. Full resolution, print and web resolution files are provided to artists with each scan. The standard scanning fee, for works 8×10 to 60″ on the longest dimension, is $70.00. We are currently running a promotion for new Dallas artists’ first scans with us, for $120.00 we provide the standard scanning service, as well as a stretched archival giclee canvas print up to 24 x 24. This saves artists $50.00.

Skyline Art: Gallery and Scanning is located at 428 W Davis St #1, Dallas TX 75208 Google Maps Skyline Art Dallas

Phone 469.776.5398 Email dallas@skylineartprints.com Hours Tue-Sat 10am – 7pm

Submitted by Brandy Laidler. Email: dallas@skylineartprints.com

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Reflections . . .


I recently had the pleasure of viewing the current art exhibition at the Kimball Art Museum, Monet: The Early Years.  The exhibition includes paintings that concentrate on the first phase of Claude Monet’s illustrative career.  The young genius was well on his way in artistic development and imagination as is evident by the caliber of the paintings.

I was most captivated with Monet’s paintings of water and reflections given my own enjoyment of capturing reflections with my camera.  Monet’s obsession with the painting of water and reflections was apparent by his keen ability to capture its many changing effects and moods.  Something I can truly appreciate as the slightest change in your camera position or the wind on the surface of the water can produce a profound change in your image.

I would like to believe Monet would have appreciated the photograph that you see.  It is a reflection of a stone building on a meandering stream.  Captured during a partly sunny morning using a Nikon D810 camera with a Nikon 300mm f4 Phase Fresnel lens.  Exposure was f10 @1/25 second; which was slow enough to allow the ripples on the water to create the intent I desired.

Randy Ziegler Photography http://www.randyziegler.com/

Randy also offers photo tours and classes in photography, fine art photography and stock photography.


Submitted by Randy Ziegler. Email: randy@randyziegler.com

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Ireland . . . Picture Perfect!

Swans on the sea with ships and houses in the background

Swans on the sea with ships and houses in the background

Come share the wonders of Ireland as I lead a 10-day photo tour (June 15 – 25, 2017) to experience and photograph some of the most beautiful and intriguing scenery in all of Ireland!  This incredible tour will concentrate on western Ireland with its rugged pristine coastlines, unspoiled villages, ancient abbeys and castles, and pastoral settings.  We will also take time to slow our pace and embrace the ambience of some classic Irish pubs that will have you singing the night away!

For more information on my Ireland Strabo Photo Tour where you will be treated to true Irish flavors just click on the following link: http://phototc.com/tours/details/natural-wonders-and-the-creative-spirit-in-western-ireland


Submitted by Randy Ziegler. Email: randy@randyziegler.com

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Good composition is the photographer’s creative pathway to make powerful photographs that will stand the test of time.  During this workshop, our time will be dedicated to exploring the visual foundation for creating images with stopping power and emotional impact.

Through lively class discussions, image presentation, and personal critiques of student’s class photo assignment, Randy will bring to light the creative use of composition and perspective in color photography.  We will learn the art of seeing from the camera’s perspective and how it is different from our visual reality.  Some of the topics covered in this workshop will include: light, color, framing, positive/negative space, harmony and balance, pattern, motion, line, form, and texture.  We will also explore the essential of using gesture to add life and a sense of movement in your images.

Includes light appetizers and refreshments on Friday evening.

Date: June 26-27, 2015

Start Time: Friday, June 26  7:00-9:00 pm

Saturday, June 27  9:00 am-4:00 pm

Location:  Granbury, TX

Price: $199.00

For more info on this photo workshop go to: www.randyziegler.com

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