New York City, NY (PRWEB) July 26, 2012
Architectural fine art Photographer Ellen Fisch prints new images with top New York City fine art printing firm Gamma One Conversions. Fisch’s black and white and sepia architectural fine art photographs were expertly printed in a variety of sizes using the finest archival papers and inks to create stunning images.
Photographer Fisch has a long relationship with Gamma One Conversions, a fine art printing company whose exceptional ability to capture original art is unsurpassed in the field. Long since known by museums, publishers, artists and photographers, this respected and experienced firm has an impressive clientele. The photographs that Fisch has reproduced by Gamma One Conversions are stunning black and white and sepia images for corporate clients and private collectors.
The printing of a photograph is of great importance. Without an excellent printing source, the fine art photograph may not be viewed as the artist photographer intends it to be seen. Says Photographer Ellen Fisch, “My black and white and sepia fine art architectural photographs are subtly nuanced. Printing can emphasize the fine distinctions of an image to capture its beauty and aesthetic.” Fisch notes that Gamma One Conversions is qualified to print her photography to its highest level of artistic beauty and refinement.
Photographer Ellen Fisch relies on tonality as a key component of her fine art architectural photography. The black and white and sepia architectural photography Fisch is renowned for focuses on drawing forth architecture using tone. Gamma One Conversions is able to capture the full tonal scale of the image with three dimensional textural information that yields printing results for unrivaled reproduction of the artist’s vision.
In selecting a printing source for her black and white and sepia photography, Photographer Ellen Fisch looked for a company that understood her needs as a photographer artist. Gregory Ortega, President of Gamma One Conversions, created an immediate impression of artistic point of view with consummate printing skills. Ortega is himself an artist. As a conductor of opera, Ortega is renowned for his great talent and sensitivity. He carries over these characteristics to fine art printing as well. Included in Gamma One Conversions references are Christie’s, Harry Abram’s Publishers, Neil Welliver, I.M.Pei and the Whitney Museum, These references support the firm’s stature in the field of fine art printing.
“Photography is a partnership between the photographer and the viewer. Gamma One Conversions’ super printing of my photography facilitates that artist/ viewer connection,” says architectural Photographer Ellen Fisch.
About: Ellen Fisch is a New York based fine art architectural photographer creating black and white and sepia photographs that are timeless images to enhance corporate and private client space.
To learn more about Photographer Ellen Fisch’s architectural fine art photography visit http://www.ellenfisch.com
To learn more about Gamma One Conversions visit http://gammaoneconversions.com/index.html
To learn more about Opera Conductor Gregory Ortega visit http://www.gregoryortega.com/Gregory_Ortega/Home.html