Acadia Coast Storm Color. And 30% off prints for the next month!

March 28, 2013  •  315 Comments

Acadia Coast storm Color. 

Happy Spring everybody. To celebrate Spring I'm going to the Cape of Cod in Massachussetts where my folks live to visit and of course make the best of the empty warm beaches and the sand dunes and photography. Good times! 

So, because it's Spring the Nate Parker Photography print shop has been making fumes all week long and churning out 16x20"s, 11x14"s, and new for this year- smaller 5x7"s (matted to 8"x10"). Once the studio is free from cats and dogs and I shut the door and let the air still and the rest of the dust fall to the floor it's time to start printing- and I'll keep the door closed through the session and when I move around the space I'll move gently so as to not disturb dust, because nothing can wreck these prints better than a speck of dust, so I'm happy to announce that so far in 22 prints through the last 2 days not one has been lost to dust.

prints galore

 The only waste encountered so far on this printing excursion (beyond print adjustments) has been when I bled on the mats taking them out of the box. 

Also, because it's wicked expensive to put together a whole summers worth of stock for a few different places- here's your chance to get a print of your choice (so long as I made the actual picture!) for a steal of a deal- (reads 30 percent off). I have to kick down a fairly high percent to be represented in galleries so this is fairly fair as I see it, at least for a month: deal ends May 1- NO COMPROMISES! heheh. Your purchases will help me make more prints and cut more mats, that's the deal. 

Thanks for stopping by and have a nice day- Nate from Maine, Usa.

 


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