by Nat Coalson | Mar 6, 2019 | Blog
On 2 March 2019 we held a live workshop at the Jurys Inn Hinckley Island. The event was well-attended and the participants were very enthusiastic and engaged while we discussed the ins-and-outs of producing and marketing photography as fine art.
The next workshop is open for registration now — don’t wait as these events sell out fast!
by Nat Coalson | Jan 28, 2019 | Blog
On March 2 I’m leading a workshop at Jurys Inn Hinckley Island hotel near Hinckley/Nuneaton, East Midlands UK. We’ll cover everything that’s required to create, produce and sell photographic art of the highest quality. This workshop is suitable for photographers working at all levels and across all genres.
Get the details and register here
by Nat Coalson | Nov 2, 2018 | Blog
I’ve recently produced a set of fine prints for an exhibition of work by photographer Ron Cooper, based in Colorado, USA. The show features twenty prints at 8×12 inches and two at 13.4×16.75 inches.
I made the prints using the fantastic Epson SureColor SC-P800 printer. Following intensive tests to determine the ideal paper for these beautiful monochrome images, I selected Fotospeed’s NST Bright White Signature paper which provided deep, rich blacks, smooth tonal gradations and very fine, sharp detail. I made all the prints on A2 paper, which is the largest sheet size the P800 handles.
I specialise in making fine art prints for photographers and other artists, and can help you produce your next exhibition or make prints for competitions. Contact me for details.
by Nat Coalson | Jan 27, 2018 | Blog
PHOTOGRAPHERS: Take 5 minutes to do a quick survey on learning about photography and get a free, 30-minute private coaching session with me!
Click here for the survey
by Nat Coalson | Nov 16, 2017 | Blog
Lee Krasner has long been one of my favourite abstract painters. She was the wife of Jackson Pollock (and I prefer her work to his…).
As a photographer, I find the most inspiration in these kinds of paintings. I work to create a similar effect using the camera instead of paint.
Here’s a great article about the woman and her work following Pollock’s death.
by Nat Coalson | Oct 29, 2015 | Blog
Rob Krueger at Take & Talk Pics and I recently recorded a conversation in which we talked about about art, photography, business and life.
If you’d like to find out more about my work, my background and philosophy listen to the 30-minute recording here.