Zone Zero Friday, Pt. 2

As promised, a selection of fine art photo-related presents…

DVDs – Two popular DVDs released this year were Annie Leibovitz: Life Through a Lens [Amazon and DeepDiscount] and Sally Mann: What Remains [Amazon and DeepDiscount].

Books – Recent releases include Annie Leibovitz, At Work [Amazon and DeepDiscount] and Richard Avedon, Portraits of Power [Amazon and DeepDiscount]. Two presses specialize in photography: Nazraeli and Lodima. Nazraeli Press has issued its 2009 edition of the Michael Kenna wall calendar. Volumes from Lodima Press’s popular Brett Weston Portfolios series would also be a welcome gift. The Photo-Eye Bookstore has a number of current and backlist titles available.

Prints – Many photographers sell prints from their websites. Search for your favorite artist, but Ted Orland‘s site has a number of attractive prints. Richard Sexton also offers a print at a special price on his site. Of course, Brooks Jensen offers his famous high-quality but low-price prints online.

Folios – Brooks Jensen popularized the concept of the photographic folio. Lenswork is offering a new set of its special edition folios.

Portfolios – For those seeking a higher-end option, several portfolios are available from online sources. The International Center of Photography offers a Cornell Capa 30th Anniversary Print Portfolio. Aperture offers Alfred Stieglitz: A Personal Vision and Edward Steichen: Early Years, 1900-1927.

Print of the Month Club – Print of the month clubs are offered by Kim West and Graeme Hird, among other photographers.

Photography Stores – There are several online sources for prints, books, and other photography-related items. Among them are the Center for Creative Photorgaphy, the International Center of Photography, Magnum, and Aperture.

I will soon be offering an expanded selection of fine art prints, and a print of the month club, at David Cupp Photography.

Update: Obviously I haven’t made any attempt at being comprehensive. If you are a photographer who sells products online, or if you have a favorite online photo product source, please link to it in the comments.

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~ by David Cupp on November 28, 2008.

One Response to “Zone Zero Friday, Pt. 2”

  1. […] portfolios and prints, you can read my post from last year for online sources. But in light of current economic hardships, I really want to recommend that if […]

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