Buy This: Ryan Pfluger Print Sale

Thanks to the wonders of the WordPress stat widgets, I know that many blog readers first discovered me by searching for Ryan Pfluger. So I think it’s only proper that I kick off a special series of posts, each dedicated to photography purchases and unimaginatively titled, with an advertisement for Ryan’s current print sale.

If you want to take advantage, act fast: he’s only accepting orders through Wednesday, June 23. But do be sure to take advantage. For a mere $60 (that even includes shipping within the US!) you can receive an 11×14 print of your choice of (almost) ANY image appearing on his blog, his website, or his Glasshouse Assignment portfolios. (Sadly this last link is to a Flash site, making it impossible to direct-link or to view on an iPad. But if you’re using a Flash-enabled browser, just click on his name to pull up several of his portfolios.)

For full details, click here.

While I think it’s always important to support artists selling their work, I love it even more when a specific purchase is going to support the growth of that artist AS an artist. In this case, Ryan is selling prints to offset the expenses incurred in some upcoming shows in which he’ll be participating. So by purchasing a print, you will have a photograph to be proud of AND the knowledge that you’ve helped a photographer practice his craft.

Look for more “Buy This” posts over the next few days. If you would like to be included, please contact me with the details of your print sale, book release, etc.

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~ by David Cupp on June 21, 2010.

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