Rfoto Folio is an online curated gallery space for fine art photography. We exhibit all genres of fine art photography. We feature the work and words of emerging, and established photographers. We publish articles on the great influential photographers, founders and innovators of this art form. Our mission is to give photographers access to a larger audience, and to provide a viewing space for lovers of photography, and collectors.
Earlier in the year I was invited by Connie at Rfoto Folio to take part in a Q and A for their website. The interview has now been published and you can find my answers and images at www.rfotofolio.com. Thanks Connie! You can also find Rfoto Folio on Facebook too.
Here’s the case I made for Twin Cities photographer Chuck Avery recently. It’s for his Roadside Anthropology series and is a 16″ x 20″ clamshell case covered in a steel grey Canapetta book cloth.
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This is a selection of images from new work by Cy DeCosse titled The Midnight Garden. The flowers in this series open at night or early evening. Some of the blooms will die by early morning; some will stay open for a few hours the next day.
Each 21″ x 16″ image is hand printed in platinum-palladium metals onto 30″ x 22″ Magnani Revere paper and in an edition of 30.
For more information visit Cy’s website.
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The small edition of photogravures from my DARK MATTER series that I first offered last year is now close to being sold out, with just three prints remaining. More information about the image, price and shipping can be found here. Thanks to everyone who has bought a print so far.
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Imagine a photographic artist’s retreat quietly situated in Michigan’s north woods where you can go and be educated in a number of photographic processes as well as utilize all the equipment needed to practice your art. A place where some of the finest in their field come to hold workshops and seminars far from the hustle of any city and only a short drive from one of the largest and most beautiful freshwater lakes in the world. Well, it’s already happening and with your help, it can get even better.
Cut to the chase. This Kickstarter project has reached the 90% mark very quickly and certainly deserves to reach its goal in the next few days. You’ll be hard pressed to find anyone as enthusiastic about promoting photography as Bill Schwab and it’s nice to see this project (hopefully) coming to fruition.