Fine Art Photography by Roger Passman







Roger Passman

Fine Art Photography by Roger Passman

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Forty-eight of my most popular fine art photography images (based on views and sales) are found on the front page of my images gallery. Others love them, perhaps you will too!

The second page of my images gallery displays my most recent fine art photograph (unless one or more made the front page and was replaced by a more popular image.) Don't forget to look there and beyond too.

Most of my fine art photography images are available in Limited Editionswith each edition limited to 25 prints. Once the limit is reached no further photographic prints will be offered for sale or made without the signature. The image may still be available as posters, art prints, canvas prints, metal prints, greeting cards, household items such as towels or shower curtains or other practical art. If you wish to purchase a Limited Edition Print please CONTACT ME directly using the contact button in this sidebar. I will contact you with details about the process for making a limited edition purchase within 24 hours of receipt of your message. I am sorry but limited edition prints are not covered by our guarantee.

I divide my time between Chicago in the summer and Phoenix in the winter. The first hint of cold, generally sometime in late September I flee the dreadful weather and head to Arizona. Conversely, when the temperature reaches 105 degrees for three consecutive days I run from the dreadful heat back to the humidity of the midwest. That, my friends, explains the split in my images from midwest to the Sonoran Desert and places in between.

My image making process is simple. I often look for the often overlooked, for the vista that is seen but is not 'iconic,' for the piece of the whole suggesting more but teasing a viewer into the realm of imagination or the macro where the object of the image is the center of attention. I shoot in RAW digital format allowing me to convert to HDR (High Dynamic Range) imagery before deciding to stick with color or convert to black and white. The RAW format provides me with a starting point to then exercise constrained creativity in order to re-present my particular vision re-creating that which I saw at the moment of shutter release.

Photography Prints

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Fine Art Photography by Roger Passman features images of the American Southwest and Midwest as Roger divides his time between Mesa Arizona and Gilberts Illinois. You'll find re-presentations from as widely varied objects as the Sonoran Desert and a Midwestern dairy farm, from broad sweeping vistas to macro photographic abstract realism. While the objects photographed are, without doubt, eclectic, the vision remains true to the very idea that a photographer creates images that re-present the singular vision of the photographer. In our online gallery, you may browse the gallery from top to bottom to see the world as Roger Passman sees it.

The Organization of the Gallery

Under the default Images tab the gallery is organized so that our 48 most popular images appear on the front page. Images on subsequent pages are organized loosely by creation date. In addition, images that fall away from the front page because they are replaced by others also appear on pages beyond the first page.

The Galleries page is organized topically. New topics are, from time to time, offered. Images may be included under more than one topical grouping. Generally, topics are organized in terms of date created with newer images appearing first. In some cases, especially in a visual project such as the Saguaro Details Gallery the images are organized by ordinal number from 1 to the current end.

To reach Roger send him an E-Mail. Be sure to include your contact information. Roger will generally answer your questions within 48 hours (a bit longer on weekends).

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