Landscape Prints

Scott’s landscape work graces homes, offices and businesses around the world. Images shown here and at www.sjpho.net are available as fine art prints, gallery or float wraps, or for editorial use.

We can send photographic prints for you to take to your local framer for mounting and framing, and we also offer ready-to-hang products such as canvas gallery wraps. We ship internationally, and have served customers in Europe, Asia and Australia/New Zealand as well as North and South America.

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Landscape Images

Yosemite Falls, Winter 2011
Yosemite, February, 2011

If you’ve been to Yosemite recently, you may have noticed that signs in the park refer to water falls in the singular, such as Vernal Fall, or Bridalveil Fall. “Yosemite Falls” is plural because there are two falls, Upper Yosemite Fall and Lower Yosemite Fall. I spent some time looking for perspectives that showed both falls in one image and got lucky with the weather in February, 2011. There was gorgeous frazil ice behind the upper fall, and lovely shadows on the lower section.

This image is a composite of several landscape-orientation exposures make quickly, one after another, before the light changed. The individual images were then processed in Photoshop and joined into a single photograph as shown here. The result is a tall portrait-orientation image that is very high-resolution. Though we are offering this image as an affordably-priced 10×30″ Gallery Wrap, we can print this image at 20×60″ and larger for custom orders (please inquire).

Yosemite Falls, Winter 2011
Yosemite, February, 2011
10×30″ Glicée Canvas Gallery Wrap, Open Edition $349 (plus tax for California addresses)

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Horsetail Fall, Yosemite
Yosemite Valley, February 2011

In the second half of February something very special takes place on the face of El Capitan. Because of how the sun lines up at this part of the year, as it sets it shines a warm light on the eastern face that grows increasingly intense as it moves toward the point where it will disappear. The light is at first only faintly orange as it covers a wide section of El Capitan. As the sun sets the edge of El Cap blocks more and more of the light until only a narrow vertical beam shines a glowing orange stripe on the granite.

By some miracle of nature, there happens to be a water fall at the spot where the light is brightest just before it disappears. But for this phenomenon to occur, every part of the equation has to be just right. If there are clouds blocking the sun, then there’s no light on the face. If the snow fall has been too light, there’s no water to reflect the orange beam. Given the weather Yosemite usually sees in February, only a few days each year might allow for the full show.

Capturing the above image was one of the most moving experiences I’ve had through photography. The story of making this image is told here in a post called The Magic of Science.

I consider this my best landscape image of 2011, and am pleased to offer it to you here for the first time. Through February, shipping to North America is free, and shipping to the rest of the world is only $24.

Horsetail Fall, Yosemite
Yosemite Valley, February 2011
15×30″ Glicée Canvas Gallery Wrap, Open Edition: $550 (plus tax for California addresses)
20×40″ Glicée Canvas Gallery Wrap, Open Edition: $875 (plus tax for California addresses)

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Blue Trees
Yosemite Valley, February 2011

The blue light of dusk gave the forest in Yosemite Valley a ghostly beauty in the fog. To accentuate the feel of the trees in the blue mist, I used a slow shutter speed and moved the camera slowly up and down.

Blue Trees
Yosemite Valley, February 2011
30×20″ Fine Art Canvas Gallery Wrap, Open Edition, $595 (plus tax for California addresses)
24×16″ Fine Art Canvas Gallery Wrap, Open Edition, $375 (plus tax for California addresses)

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