After discovering Kickstarter, I began to think about how I was selling photos, and how Kickstarter could change that. The idea is this... By producing an 25+ print run at once, my costs go down considerably which means I can offer the prints at a far lower price that I am normally able to. To do so, I will need to do at least 25 at the same time. I can not normally afford to do this, but with your support through Kickstarter it can be a reality.
"Teton Dawn" is a photograph that I shot on Christmas morning, 2010 in Grand Teton National Park. See at...http://www.landscapeslimited.com/HImagePages/TetonDawn.html
"Through The Rooftop" is a photograph I took in the fall near Ridgway, Colorado. See at...http://www.landscapeslimited.com/HImagePages/ThroughTheRooftop.html
"Go Into The Light" is a photograph of "The Subway" in Zion National Park, November of 2011. See at...http://www.landscapeslimited.com/HImagePages/GoIntoTheLightSubway.html
"Proxy Falls" is a photograph of a waterfall of the same name in Oregon, shot in July of 2011. See at...http://www.landscapeslimited.com/HImagePages/ProxyFalls.html
What I'm offering is 24"x36" prints of the four selected shots, your choice. The prints will be printed on Fuji Crystal Archive to ensure a lifetime of enjoyment. Each print will be signed and numbered within the edition of 250. Once the edition sells, I will not print this shot again. 250 total.
As an added bonus, all the prints will be plaque mounted by Duraplaq here in Colorado. Plaque mounting does a few things. First, no framing costs to you. The plaque is a finished product, with a nice look and finish to it. Secondly the print itself is encapsulated in a UV laminate coating, protecting it. You can wipe the front down with any standard soft cloth for cleaning.
So again, a 24x36 Fuji Crystal Archive print, signed and numbered, plaque mounted, and shipped to you.
Here's the thing. I need YOUR help. I'm only able to offer this level of pricing if I'm able to produce a run of 25 or more pieces at one time. So I'm asking for your help in any way possible. I do not have the means to produce this many prints on my own, I am dependent on this projects funding. Spread the word to anyone you think might like a picture for their home or business. Facebook it, twitter, etc. I appreciate any and all help I receive on this project.
Long term, if this project is a success, it is something I would like to continue doing, offering a full limited edition print run (250) at this pricing level. The success of this project would be a giant step forward towards realizing my dream of becoming a professional landscape photographer.