A REVOLUTION IN FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY
NFTs, or Non-Fungible-Tokens, are a new medium to market Fine Art landscape photography to buyers and collectors with truly revolutionary potential. NFTs come in either 1/1 or multiple editions, and owning an NFT means owning a single copy of a photograph, certified and signed by the author. Since NFT artworks are sitting on a blockchain, NFTs dramatically changed the secondary market as well. Access to the secondary market is now instant, and NFTs traceability allow royalties to be paid to the original creator for each secondary market sale.
My current NTF offer:
PREMIUM COLLECTIONS, featuring series of 1/1 B&W Fine Art landscapes. This is my absolute best work, and is the perfect collector’s choice.
COLLECTIONS, featuring projects with a larger number of images offered in 1/1 editions, spanning a long period of time. First class work with great investment potential.
EDITIONS, featuring series of 12/12 ultra-high quality, iconic color landscapes offered at a great price point for collectors looking to get into the photography market.
ON THE EDGE
GONE ARE THE GLORY DAYS
THE DEVIL’S NO MORE
A collection of 3 images created in 3 different countries telling 3 stories of humanity ON THE EDGE, physically, mentally and oftentimes both. Stories of hardship and hope, of discoveries and possibilities, of human solidarity and mutual support.
SO FAR AWAY, YET SO CLOSE
LEGENDS OF FALLEN HEROES
Throughout history, mankind relied on myths and legends to explain the unexplainable and make sense of what couldn’t be made sense of. LEGENDS is a collection of 3 images inspired by myths and legends I discovered – or imagined – during my travels.
SHADES OF BLUE
TALES OF TWO WORLDS
ICELANDIC MOODS is a tryptic consisting of three square images created over the years and many trips to Iceland. Icelandic Moods features three different iconic Icelandic locations portrayed under three very special conditions.
THE SHEPHERD’S POOLS
UNDER A BURNING SKY
WATERFALLS always fascinated me. On one hand, there is something hypnotic in the power of rushing waters, both visually and in the roaring sound they make. On the other hand, I find the photographic transformation of moving water into shapes and lines via long exposure fascinating, and I love to lose myself in previsualizing how my images would turn out before pressing the shutter.
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