Photographic Art Celebrating Freedom and Adventure in the American West

Posted by heathernilsonphotography 6 years, 10 months ago
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"BEACONS" collection: gallery wrap prints in a 4-piece collection designed to fit together:


"This is how life should be" is the motto of Heather Nilson Photography. This is artwork that celebrates freedom, individuality, and the joy that is possible to anyone who decides to live life on their own terms.
Take a look at the ever-growing collection of fine art photography from Heather Nilson, who, after years of travel and stock photography experience, is now offering specially selected and edited images available as fine art prints.
See her website to find art that celebrates YOUR sense of life.
SOURCE URL: http://www.heathernilsonphotography.com/

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  • Posted by H6163741 6 years, 7 months ago
    Love your art, but I couldn't find any prices....
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    • Posted by 6 years, 7 months ago
      Hi--thanks for taking the time to check out my galleries. I'm sorry you're having difficulties with my website.
      Prices don't appear on the gallery pages, but if you click on an individual image, that should bring up a large image view along with a list of products and prices for that particular piece. Have you already tried that?
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      • Posted by 6 years, 6 months ago
        Hello again-
        I want to let everyone know that, in addition to clicking on images, I've added a new feature to the site. When you hover over an image, you will see a "buy" button. If you click that, you'll see a list of products and prices available for that particular image.
        Also, it occurred to me that this might not be apparent to art buyers: I cannot display a "general" price list on my site that is separate from specific images. That is because I edit each image to fit a specific vision and size, so not every picture fits a particular catecory. This means that I have to create a different price list for each image resolution, and not all photos are offered in all sizes. That's why you can't get any particular image in, for example, and 11 x 14 or 12 x 18 or a 16 x 20 or 16n x 24. I work very hard to get each image to look just so--but this means that I also select the product sizes that fit best, rather than offering more options for clients to buy and crop my photos at random. I believe that this is important for the integrity of the products that I offer. Please do respond if you have any further questions.
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  • Posted by khalling 6 years, 10 months ago
    Had a chance to check out your website in more detail yesterday. I especially enjoyed the Great Sand Dunes pictures as they are nostalgic for db and I. We always went on a camping trip there for our anniversary after my daughter, 7 at the time, complained that we celebrated it without her.
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    • Posted by 6 years, 10 months ago
      Thank you for checking out the site. The Dunes area is incredibly beautiful. I camped there for 3 nights (Pinon Flats Campground, as you'll probably recall) when I was shooting the images for the gallery. It's hard to get enough of that place!
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