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What Prints Hang in My Home?

9.7 Million Minutes Watched on Video!

Well this one is kind of crazy. I checked my YouTube stats for the first time ever. I don’t add a lot of videos, but the ones I add are quite long. Anyway, this stat shows almost 10 million minutes of my videos have been watched – that is crazy! I don’t think I’m THAT entertaining on video… honestly… I’m not like, say, Flavor Flav or anything…

What Prints Hang in My Home?

I got this question the other day, so I thought I’d list them out here. I’m always changing them out… but here are some of my favorites, including the new one from Paris below, which I just had printed here in Queenstown at WePrint.

Our Prints page has more details. But you can order the Artist Proof series on metal. Each of those is in a limited quantity of 50, and each one is individually signed by me. There is another more affordable series, which you can access by ordering via the SmugMug portfolio.

Anyway, here are a few of the prints that I have chosen to hang in my home:

Mountains Forever During the Yosemite PhotoWalk, the sky was beyond belief for the first few nights.  The second half of the trip had fairly mundane skies.  So, I was happy I went out there and got a lot of shots in the beginning!I’m often optimistic about the “future” of the trip, assuming that the sunsets will always get better and better.  This rarely is the case, so I don’t know why I’m consistently optimistic about the prospects.- Trey RatcliffClick here to read the rest of this post at the Stuck in Customs blog.

 

HDR Photo

 

The Bamboo Forest While exploring Kyoto, I eventually found my way to this fanciful bamboo forest.  There had been a light rain most of the morning and everything was quite lovely.  The rain does strange things as it moves its way through these sorts of trees.  I waited and waited, and that was nice too.  In the early afternoon, the rain stopped while the sun peeked through the top.  It shone down while the earlier rain misted down from the tops of the trees.- Trey RatcliffClick here to read the rest of this post at the Stuck in Customs blog.

 

-The Gentle Path to the Beyond-The little train that carried me into Hakone started winding through misty mountains.  The trees were thick and a fog was rolling in.  I had a feeling that it would stay wet, moody, and fairly perfect.  It had that heaviness that made you feel like it would remain like that for a few days, and it did.Before I get on train rides, I have a wonderful but dangerous habit of loading up with pastries.  Train stations seem to have nice little selections of all sorts of foreign twists on the usual subjects.  And, since I consider myself an explorer, I thought it would be good to get a TON of pastries and try them all.  It's very nice... sitting there... looking out the train window at a new land... rain falling... eating pastries...  (and I'm only a little ashamed to say that, upon arrival, my pastry bag was empty.)

 

The Secret Passageway to the Treasure After the crowds of Angkor Wat, it was nice to go find a remote temple in the jungle and be alone. This temple laid under the jungle, completely undiscovered for centuries.  The hallway and mysterious chambers seemed to go on forever.- Trey RatcliffClick here to read the rest of this post at the Stuck in Customs blog.

Daily Photo – The Amazing Eiffel Tower in Romantic Paris

I shot this just recently with Tom Anderson. We almost didn’t leave the hotel because it was so stormy, but we had been watching the clouds all day. We started out with Miss Aniela at the Paris Opera before exploring the rest of the city. Sunset comes early here around this time of the year (about 5 PM or so), and it always sneaks up on us.

Some of the best sunsets come right after storms… so it’s always worth a little adventure if you don’t mind getting a little wet…

Paris France Romantic City Eiffel Tower

The Amazing Eiffel Tower in Romantic Paris

Photo Information

  • Date Taken
  • CameraNIKON D800
  • Camera Make
  • Exposure Time
  • Aperturef/4.5
  • ISO200
  • Focal Length55mm
  • Flash
  • Exposure Program
  • Exposure Bias

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  • susan ratcliff

    Wow!! These are all fantastic – especially love the new Paris one – awesome!! :)

  • paul

    So did you get your D800 fixed, or did you get another one?

  • Casper van Zyl

    Been no mention of D8oo !!! love the Paris shot as well as the rest.Only one honest comment that is the one with the red lanterns.Yes you put a lot of work but just the green trees and the lanterns would have been good enough. The leaves that are falling are that of maple or sycamore tree so I don’t really see where the leaves are coming from,it doesn’t fit the story. I’m not saying I don’t like it but most pictures tell a story this is not one for me.I’ve watched you do it but some how could not gel with it until now.

  • paul

    Click on the Paris pic, then on Info, you can see it was taken with a D800

  • piersvan

    Where was this taken from?

  • Kyle VanEtten

    Trey now imagine that you could also add up the amount of time spent watching your HDR tutorial and hangouts too! You would put flavor flav to shame I think haha.

  • http://www.facebook.com/william.ewing.52 William Ewing

    Am going to Paris………exactly where (location) was the picture taken ???

  • http://www.facebook.com/Doriesmom Gail Stayton Moshier

    Beautiful photo, Trey. Thanks for sharing. I like the choices you have made that hang in your home. Have a great Tuesday!!!

  • The Workette

    the first print is absolutely beautiful! thanks for sharing!

    http://theworkette.blogspot.com/

  • Trey Ratcliff

    Thanks ! :)

  • Larry Lourcey

    Dude- your work is amazing. As a pro photographer, the bulk of my walls are taken up with my work… but I would definitely clear some space for one of your prints. Incredible images.

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