While Pacific Crest Stock focuses on licensing images to other entities, we occasionally do have our own outside projects and this is a fun one. Mike Putnam has released his own Mt. Bachelor poster. The poster is big, 24inches tall x36 inches wide. The printing quality is excellent and the colors printed very accurately from Mike’s beautiful original Mt. Bachelor Photo. so far, the posters have been a big success at local ski shops and at Mt. Bachelor’s very own Gravity Sports.
Mt. Bachelor Poster
This stunning Mt. Bachelor Poster was captured after a heavy winter snow fall in the Central Oregon Cascades. Winter images with barren trees are one of my pet peeves in the landscape photography world. images with barren trees simply look like the photographer didn’t care how the scene looked, they just wanted to take a shot. I have returned to this location countless times, at sunrise in an attempt to capture a beautiful, snowy image of Mt. Bachelor. The wonderful clouds in the background, enlivened by warm sunrise colors, finished off this beautiful image and make it the best Mt. Bachelor Poster we’ve ever seen. The poster is available for $20 and at wholesale rates for retailers who are willing to make larger orders. If you’d like to place an order, don’t hesitate to call us at 541-610-4815.
We have recently developed a great relationship with the good folks at The Nugget in Sisters, Oregon. The staff who puts together the Sisters Oregon Guide is personable, efficient and very professional. We’re excited to note that two of our images are on the cover of the the guide and that several more are inside [...]
I am proud to announce that Bend ,Oregon’s premier tourism guide once again has one of our images for a cover shot. The “Visit Bend” guide has established itself as arguably the most informative , attractive and well organized guide in Oregon. Our ongoing relationship with Visit Bend, is an honor that we hope will [...]
With the New Year starting, it’s fun to think back over the past few months and reflect on what was another great season of adventure in Central Oregon. This past summer started out a little rough (e.g., watching my camera and tripod tumble off of a 200-foot cliff), but it eventually gave way to a reasonably [...]
I have to start this blog entry with the admission that this is my first real attempt at sports/action photography. As many of you readers in the web world know, my strength as a photographer lies in my landscape images. I typically shoot with an old school wooden 4×5 film camera with the hopes of [...]
Years ago, as part of our honeymoon, my wife, Debbie and I passed through Mt. Rainier National park. It was very early in the summer season and despite the fact that the road to Paradise visitors center was open, snow was absolutely everywhere. The weather was dreary but the thing that most impressed me was [...]
Please check out the High Desert Gallery at our main Pacific Crest Stock website. Troy recently uploaded some new images that are ripe for licensing. He has been hard at work this spring and summer shooting some of the best desert scenery in the inter mountain west. The following image is just one example of [...]
I started a recent blog entry with the words, “I always hike with the hopes that there will be a story to tell.” Well, here’s a story that I was never hoping I would have to tell. It’s one in which my trusty old Canon 5D camera was sent plummeting off of a 200-foot cliff [...]
We’ve recently uploaded some new landscape photographs to our Main Pacific Crest Stock Photography website. Please visit the following link to visit our New Oregon Landscape Photography Gallery. Below you can find a sampling of some of our newest additions. Enjoy and please let us know which are your favorite landscape photographs in the comment [...]
After living in Central Oregon for about a decade, Mike Putnam and I have managed to compile quite a collection of photographs for our Pacific Crest Stock photography company. As 2010 starts, it’s fun to look back and think about some of our favorite photographs from the last ten years. The New Year also marks [...]