Why fine art?
There are many ways to improve the overall form and design of a room or a house, but art tends to be one of the most overlooked ways of improving these spaces. The right piece of art can dramatically transform a room, and can increase the perceived value. While many people tend to focus on adding small pieces of art around their house that will largely go unnoticed, my focus is to create large format photographic art that will stand out and create beautiful artistic centerpieces that will fit into any area. Photography printing is an art in itself, so after after careful curation and consideration of the print companies available to me over the years, I now print with printpartner and pixximaging. Each of the prints I produce are printed on metallic paper which allows for extremely high fidelity, resolution, and a lifelike 3d effect. Acrylic glass is mounted directly to the top of the print, and then backed by a solid and beautiful black sinatra wood. The final stage is attaching a floating mounted frame to the back, which allows the print to rise off the surface of the wall. The end product results in a glossy finish, but is resistant to too much glare, resulting in an incredibly high quality final piece of art.
Why Bryce Mironuck fine art prints?
Photographers have largely moved away from selling their art, now focusing on other business models such as selling workshops to other photographers, or advertising for companies. In my opinion, it has created a rift in the market of photographic art printing, allowing a few select people to rise above. Years ago when I first got a chance to view the artwork of Peter Lik, it shaped the direction of where I wanted to take my photography, and after viewing his artwork in one of his many galleries, I knew that I wanted to focus on creating large format prints for people. Rather than compromising on trying to do too many things to “make it” as a photographer, my only focus is to provide high quality, high fidelity prints for the most discerning of people.
What is the photography process like?
Whenever I set out to photograph a place in nature, the first question is how to capture it for print. There are many ways to photograph, and many photographers focus on getting images that are only needed to display on social media and small devices like phones. While that is preferable for many people, that has never been my process. My focus has been to capture the highest level of detail possible, and to process specifically with large format print sizes in mind. This process takes longer than normal, and often leads to discarding images because the quality isn’t high enough. It is a tough process, but it is rewarding in that it helps to curate and put out only the highest quality of work. To further this process even more, many images I have taken over the years may not make it onto my website for sale, if I don’t believe their quality to be of a high enough standard.
What to expect when purchasing
Rather than simply placing my photographic art on sale through an online store, I am here first and foremost to answer any questions that you may have. Certain spaces lend themselves better to certain types of art, so it is my mission to first discuss the fit and function of the potential pieces, and to help match them to your space. From lighting, to size and placement, I am here to ensure that the quality of the final product is in line with what you have envisioned. This website is entire run and operated by me directly, so you will always be dealing with me directly, rather than someone that represents me.
I’d love to talk with you, so don’t hesitate to send me a message on my contact page.