"Times Square in the Rain", Stunning Photograph by SAY Alum Phil Garber!
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- Estimated Value
- 250 USD to Mersarath
- Number of Bids
- 1 - Bid History
The photograph at auction is a silver gelatin "wet print". This means that it was not created using a computer or printer, but using the artisanal printing process of darkroom printing with light sensitive paper, and photographic chemicals. The photograph was made from a 4x5 large format negative, and processed in Sprint chemistry, printed on 20"x30" fiber paper that will be trimmed slightly in the finishing process. It is a split-toned photograph for maximum tonal range and depth. The photograph is printed on archival Ilford fiber paper and will last at least 125 years; a beautiful print to pass down for generations.
To give the buyer maximum control over the final photograph, it is being auctioned in an unfinished state. Upon winning the piece, the buyer will be put in contact with photographer Phil Garber. Phil Garber will assist you in having your new photograph finished and framed to the highest museum standards, with your input taken in careful consideration. Please note, finishing and framing costs are not included in the auction price.
Photograph is signable upon request. The image of the print seen on this page is a scan of the negative. The actual photograph may be cropped differently, and have a more pleasing tonal range.
About The Artist
Phil Garber is a SAY alum and sophomore at the School of Visual Arts studying photography. His focus is social documentary work and portraiture. After school, he plans to pursue photojournalism, at home or abroad. Phil attributes much of his confidence and success to SAY. SAY broadened his horizons immeasurably, and showed him the power of his voice, and the fact that no matter how hard a situation may be, you always have an ally in your community.
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