Holly Jordan on Feb 16, 2017
I am thrilled with the quality of this picture, and bonus, I ordered it on a Tuesday and it arrived Wednesday! :-) I will definitely be buying more pictures!
Nikki Rodriguez on Dec 14, 2016
I'm beyond impressed!! The package arrived in 3 business days which was way sooner than I expected! It was expertly packaged and protected. Take advantage of the mounting option for this! My roommate has very classy and expensive taste so I was a little nervous giving him a print, but Greenpix exceeded my expectations. It's glossy, rich, and vividly detailed, and it will look great without a frame. It even came with a bonus mounted print, so now we have a set! I couldn't be happier, it's a great price for what you're getting.
Heather Ranalli-Bullock on Dec 14, 2016
Great quality, came lightning fast! Thank you.
Distinctive Fine Art Photography
MY INTERESTS ARE MY SUBJECTS
I’ve developed a lot of varied interests during my 50+ years on our pale blue dot, and I find that subconsciously my photography has followed along the same lines. I enjoy photographing birds as much as beer, feel equally at ease strolling around Disneyworld as hiking in the Utah desert, appreciate both the raw power of a fighter jet and the grace of a butterfly, and marvel at the chaos of a waterfall as much as the structure of a Wright house. So if you’re looking for a theme in my work, it’s hidden in plain sight - my images are simply a reflection of me as a person.
In short, I don’t have one. I didn’t say that I don’t have “any,” but rather that I don’t limit myself to “one.” Just as my varied personal interests define ‘what’ I shoot, so does my appreciation for the subject define ‘how’ I compose, shoot, process and print. Looking through my portfolio, don’t be surprised if you find an image of a butterfly with subtle lighting and soft focus next to a grainy, dramatic black and white image of a vintage airplane. They might seem quite different to you, but to me they’re fundamentally the same - two images of subjects that interest me, presented in ways that I feel best represent their essence.
EMBRACING THE DIGITAL DARKROOM
I’m of the opinion that digital post-processing is a valuable tool, one that requires considerable practice and experience to master. Like any other tool, in any profession, it is an asset only if used appropriately, judiciously and with great care. Although I’m proud of my photographs “as shot,” I’m also proud when I can apply finishing techniques to further enhance their impact while still retaining their true character.
That said, two “effects” that you will never see in my images are pseudo bokeh and simulated shallow depth of field. Images with these “effects” seem to be gaining in popularity, and I personally find them unsightly and indicative of poor technique on the part of the photographer.
WHY I USE A PROFESSIONAL PRINT SHOP
Photography has always been a delicate blend of art and science. In the days of film, much of the art aspect of the process took place in the darkroom. The professional photographer spent a considerable amount of time experimenting with and modifying the developing process to achieve his or her desired results. Today, with most of us shooting digital, the balance of work has shifted considerably. We can now complete a greater portion of the total process while still in digital format, minimizing the printing to a very precise, yet relatively simple, operation. As long as I understand the print shop’s equipment and processes, I can leave it to them to do what they do best.
I’ve been using the same professional print lab for nearly 10 years, and I’m extremely pleased with the quality and consistency of their work. My workflow, color management and calibration have all been refined with the lab’s equipment and processes in mind. When I submit an image file for printing, I have complete confidence that the finished product will meet my (and your) expectations.
Unless specifically stated otherwise, each image in my portfolio is an original and was photographed personally by me. Occasionally, you might come across an image credited to my wife or son, and very rarely you might also find a public domain image, properly credited, that I feel is worth sharing.
Owner, Creator, Photographer
My name is Michael Kuznicki, and I’m an engineer, professional photographer and veteran Etsy shop owner. I’ve been active here since 2009, although most of that time has been dedicated to my “other” shop (https://www.etsy.com/shop/greenpix).
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