This is the Web site for my photography business. My personal home page is at bimajority.org. Currently, in addition to licensing photos for commercial and non-commercial use, I have a series of “radio postcards” which are now available for sale. The initial print run consists of four designs, shown below.
Most of my photography is displayed in the BostonRadio.org photo gallery, although I am still running about two years behind in publishing my travel photographs. If you are interested in more photos of radio and television towers, you might check out my friend Scott Fybush's Tower Site of the Week at fybush.com.
For licensing and general inquiries, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photographs taken prior to July, 2005, were taken with a Sony Cybershot DSC-F505V, an incredibly frustrating digital snapshot camera. Due to the low resolution of this camera, these photos not suitable for printing at large sizes. From 2005 onward, I am shooting with a Canon EOS Digital Rebel XT (a/k/a EOS 350D), using a variety of lenses (and usually a circular polarizer).
The photos are processed for Web presentation using my own semi-automated photo gallery software and ImageMagick.
|KXLY-FM and KXLY-TV, Mount Spokane, Washington
|Rib Mountain, Wausau, Wisconsin
|WGIR, Manchester, New Hampshire
|Duluth, Minnesota tower farm at sunset
Postcards are 4" by 6" (102 mm x 152 mm), are printed on 13-point matte recycled card stock, and are sold in packets of 20 for $6.00 plus $2.00 shipping and handling; all four designs are also available together in a single packet.
Each postcard is labeled on the back with the location and the callsigns of the stations (as of July, 2007), leaving room for a small writing area. The right-hand half of the card is left blank for postage and addressing in accordance with USPS regulations. These cards are also available with custom black-and-white or process color artwork on the reverse (minimum order quantity 500).
For inquiries, contact email@example.com.
(Massachusetts residents: As I have not yet determined the correct way to handle Massachusetts sales and use tax, postcards are not available for delivery to Massachusetts addresses. Please check back later.)
If you have seen another photograph of mine that you would like to see as a postcard, please let me know. Which photos I use in the future will depend on how well this set sells through and on the number of requests I receive for new designs.