Tag Archives: Traditional Photography

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Medano Creek

# 341 Medano Creek   Great Sand Dunes, Colorado About the Print of the Month The Print of the Month is a new print offered at an early-edition discount. Normal pricing must apply once the print […]

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Piracy Point, Bryce Canyon

#241 – Piracy Point, Bryce Canyon The United States is fortunate to have so many beautiful places to photograph, and yet there are some which consistently lead the pack thanks to their unique beauty. Practically […]

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Three Lilies

#500 – Three Lilies It is important to pay attention to the details while you photograph a close-up image of a subject.Let’s consider that with the image of the three lilies presented in this Print […]

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Lake Superior Sunrise

# 051 – Lake Superior Sunrise Everyone was up early for the sunrise on the last day of our Lake Superior workshop. Sue, one of the workshop attendees, and my son Kevin suggested exploring a […]

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Autumn Aspens in Crested Butte, Colorado

#387 – Kebler Pass – Crested Butte, Colorado The colors of autumn are always so awe inspiring, but to a black-and-white eye, they only amplify the textures as seen in this composition.  Not to mention the addition of […]

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Portfolio: Seven Years in Appalachia

  Dennis created this ten photograph portfolio of the Appalachian Mountains over a period of seven years.  Printed to 11×14″ using traditional photography and darkroom methods, the images in Seven Years in Appalachia are mounted to 16×20″ […]

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What Makes a Traditional Black and White Print?

Each Dennis Greaney Fine Art print is created using the same five basic steps: Expose a piece of film Develop the film into a negative “Work the negative” until the print achieves Dennis’ vision Additional prints may […]

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Virgin River Zion National Park – November 2013 Print of the Month

344 Virgin River   About the Print of the Month The Print of the Month is a new print offered at an early-edition discount. Normal pricing must apply once the print is offered by a […]

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Print of the Month October 2012

  388 The Corral at McClure Pass   About the Print of the Month The Print of the Month is a new print offered at an early-edition discount. Normal pricing must apply once the print […]

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Print of the Month August 2012

359 Splashing Falls With the heat wave spreading across the nation it seemed appropriate to share an image that represents cool. Considering the subject of this print you can find water splashing at the base […]

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Print of the Month March 2012

392  Alluvial Falls   About the Print of the Month The Print of the Month is a new print offered at an early-edition discount. Normal pricing must apply once the print is offered by a […]

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Print of the Month June 2011

308- Mouse Creek Falls Smoky Mountain National Park Whether it’s the name or the way the waterfall stair-steps downstream, Mouse Creek Falls takes me back to the days of playing the board game Mouse Trap. […]

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Print of the Month February 2011

291 Granite Falls How big is this waterfall?  Usually we’re so in awe of their grandeur that we photograph the entire falls.  In this case however, the details can be just as inspiring.  Left to […]

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Print of the Month December 2010

300 – About the Print of the Month The Print of the Month is a new print offered at an early-edition discount. Normal pricing must apply once the print is offered by a gallery. The […]

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Print of the Month September 2010

About the Print of the Month The Print of the Month is a new print offered at an early-edition discount. Normal pricing must apply once the print is offered by a gallery. The Print of […]

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Print of the Month August 2010

While fighting the elements of fierce winds and weather the Bristlecone Pine will twist and bend into fascinating shapes in an effort to survive. Considered the oldest non-cloned tree in the world, the pine is […]

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Print of the Month July 2010

The Grand Teton, with its impressive jagged peaks and elevation of 13,770 is typically the focal point for those traveling through Grand Teton National Park. If you enter the park from the north your view […]

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Print of the Month June 2010

Bryce Canyon is not considered a real canyon since it is not carved by flowing water. Although, the freeze thaw cycle of water is the process in frost- wedging which is responsible for the development […]

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Print of the Month March 2010

At an elevation of 14, 259 ft. above sea level, Longs Peak is one of fifty-four peaks above 14,000ft in Colorado. It is the only “fourteener” in Rocky Mountain National Park. It was named after […]

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Print of the Month January 2010

Echo Cliff Canyon was photographed during a trip to Castle Rock, Utah. The canyons are a short distance from Zion National Park. While approaching a location it is easy to be enthralled by the natural […]