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5 Tips for Buying Artwork for Your Home or Office

5 Tips for Buying Artwork for Your Home or Office

Looking for a place to buy art prints online? Superfine Prints has a collection of more than four hundred extraordinary photographs from artists all over the globe; so far, we have work from photographers living and working across six continents. To help make the shopping process a bit more seamless, we put together this handy list of tips for anyone wanting to buy photography art prints, whether you’re just getting started or already have an established collection.

 

 

'Misty woods' by Tiina Törmänen

'Misty woods' by Tiina Törmänen

Tip 1: Learn everything you can.

This is a big one. The photography art prints for sale on Superfine Prints all have fascinating stories, so read up on the people who made them. There’s beauty to be found in the details; for example, the Midwest photographer Michael McCluskey drew inspiration from memories of his grandparents’ house when creating Strange Yet Familiar, while the Finnish photographer Tiina Törmänen found solace and peace by returning to the winter woods of Lapland after years in the big city. Learning more about the art prints you find online will only deepen your connection with them for years to come.

Tip 2: Browse online.

While art collecting was once the domain of the elite, the digital revolution has ushered in a more democratic age. Visit museums and galleries often to get a better sense of what you love, but don’t feel like you have to shell out the big bucks. Superfine Prints is home to both established and emerging photographers, and we pride ourselves on having some true hidden gems you can’t find anywhere else. It’s 2018! Everyone can afford great art, and there are some fantastic places to buy art prints online.

Tip 3: Think about where your artwork will be displayed. 

Shopping for photography isn’t only about making an investment for the future; the art you buy will become a part of your daily life and routine, so take a moment to think about what kind of imagery will truly bring your own personal space to life. While you might want something colorful and abstract to add interest to your workspace, perhaps you can imbue your bedroom with a softer, more nostalgic touch by buying photos with a vintage theme. If you already have a lot going on in the living room, a minimal photography art print might be just the thing to bring it all together.

Tip 4: Don’t limit yourself.

Your art collection will grow as you grow. It’s okay for your tastes to evolve; embrace change, and look for the unexpected. Great art collectors experiment and have fun. Keep a running folder full of images you love, and add to it regularly. Or keep notes on moments that inspire you as you go about your everyday life. Spend time with the photographs you already have in your collection, and daydream about the future. When you buy artwork for your home or office, you’re making a statement about who you are. Keep your mind and eyes open, and you might surprise yourself.

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5 Things to Love about Black and White Photography

5 Things to Love about Black and White Photography

On Superfine Prints, you’ll find dozens of black and white photography art prints for sale, with something for every taste and budget. Our photographers come from all over the world, spanning fields as diverse as street and documentary, abstract and landscape.

Monochrome photography is enjoying a serious renaissance these days. Just take a look at your Instagram feed, where hashtags like #blackandwhiteisworththefight, #blackandwhite_perfection, or #blackandwhiteonly prove time and again that monochrome photography has a prominent place in the digital age. Here are just four things we’ll always love about the genre.

A Connection to History

Photography has been around for fewer than two centuries, but in that time, so much has changed and evolved. When we keep our focus only “the next best thing,” we lose touch with our roots. Every time someone creates a black and white photograph, they’re engaging with history. Shoot a monochrome landscape, and you’re reaching through time to contribute the legacy that first began in Yosemite National Park with Ansel Adams; capture a spontaneous moment in the streets of Paris, and you’re honoring the memory of Henri Cartier-Bresson.

An Eye Toward the Future

This point might seem to be at odds with the above, but we promise it’s not. While black and white photography can serve as a nod to the past, it doesn’t belong in the past. In the 1970s, color photography was considered unusual; it was the sole domain of advertising, and fine artists rarely dared to dabble in Kodachrome. But as color photography has rose to prominence, the tables have turned: color is expected, and black and white is radical. When you choose to decorate your home or office with black and white artwork prints, you’re choosing the road less traveled. While you might be honoring tradition, you’re also breaking the status quo, and that’s as modern as it gets.

The Quality of Light

Nothing beats a play of light in black and white. Without the distraction of colors, shadows come to life. The legendary art critic John Berger once said, “What makes photography a strange invention is that its primary raw materials are light and time,” and the best black and white photographs illustrate his words perfectly. Consider the works of the famous black and white photography artist Vivian Maier, who only became well-known after her death in 2009. She made thousands upon thousands of images in the streets of Chicago, NYC, and LA, highlighting the strange and beautiful rays and shadows that defined their streets.

A Lasting Impression

When you’re looking to grow your art collection, one of the key things to consider is the longevity of the pieces you purchase. We’re not just talking about the quality of the paper, though that’s crucial; we’re also referring to the image itself. You don’t want to buy into a passing fad; instead, invest in work that will continue to inspire you as the years go by. The black and white photography art prints for sale on Superfine Prints are timeless, and they’re works of art you’ll want to keep forever. Trends might come and go, but a classic photo in black and white never goes out of style.

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Black and White Photography Art Prints on Sale Now

Black and White Photography Art Prints on Sale Now

Looking for a place to buy black and white art prints online? Superfine Prints, a store by curated by the editors of Feature Shoot, has dozens of stunning fine art black and white prints for sale, many of which harken back to the golden age of monochrome street and landscape photography. Featuring photographers from around the world, our collection combines the joy of physical prints with the convenience of the digital era.

“Black and white shows off the structure and choreography of an image,” the NYC street photographer Melissa Breyer, the artist behind one of our black and white photography art prints, once told us. “It lets the story and the elements speak for themselves.” Whether these photographers are creating timeless moments in the streets of Dubai (Valeria Cammareri) or investigating layers and shadows amongst the trees of Tholpetty in India (Damien Drew), they reaffirm the subtle power of a tried-and-true classic, proving once again that “black and white is worth the fight.”

We have fine art black and white prints for sale at a price point perfect for any collector, whether you’re just getting started or hoping to add another piece to an already extensive gallery. Not all of the Superfine Prints are monochrome, and these are just some of the images we have currently in stock, but we wanted to give you a look at what’s in store.

Some of these pieces, like 'A Leap of Faith' by Lord K2, recall Henri Cartier-Bresson’s notion of “the decisive moment,” while others, like ‘Area of turbulence | Zone de turbulences’ by Murielle Etc., embrace the slow and steady passage of time. In that sense, our black and white photography art prints pay homage to tradition and breathe new life to an established genre.

Every image in the Superfine Prints collection has been hand-picked by Feature Shoot’s Founder, Alison Zavos, to reflect the highest standards, from the moment of creative conception right through the printing process. Shop black and white art prints online here.

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Photography Fine Art Prints to Buy Online

Photography Fine Art Prints to Buy Online

Superfine Prints, Feature Shoot’s online store, currently has more than 400 outstanding photography art prints for sale, spanning nations across the world and diverse genres like street, landscape, documentary, portrait, architecture and more. Our carefully curated collection includes work by some of your favorite photographers, all in one place.

By providing fine art prints to buy online, Superfine Prints brings the tradition of building a tangible photography collection into the digital age. After more than a decade of introducing our audience to thousands of photographers, Feature Shoot is thrilled to be able to make some of the most popular images we’ve featured available to the public. These are all images we’d love to see on our own walls, and every one of them is exclusive and limited edition.

The artists behind our photography fine art prints come from different countries and varied backgrounds, with inspiration ranging from the New Topographics movement, as is the case of the road-tripping photographer Emmanuel Monzon, to the daily realities of living alongside the high mountain shepherds of Caucasus, as with the Moscow-born photographer Dmitry Gomberg.

Superfine Prints artists Trevor Wide and @so.asa find their “decisive moments” with the silhouettes that walk the streets of Vancouver and Corsica, respectively, while Bastian Richter, Nigel Agar, and Ciprian Bota bring overlooked and seemingly mundane places to life through a masterful use of light and atmosphere.

In all, six continents are represented by the photographers in our store, but they are all bound by the same standard of excellence you’ve come to associate with Feature Shoot. Superfine Prints has fine art prints to buy online at a price point perfect for everyone, from the seasoned collector to the photography enthusiast hoping to start a new collection of their own. Shop photography fine art prints here.

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Nature, Landscape and Still Life Fine Art Photography Prints for Sale

Nature, Landscape and Still Life Fine Art Photography Prints for Sale

Superfine Prints, an online store curated by the editors of Feature Shoot, has hundreds of nature, still life, and landscape photography art prints for sale. Featuring work by artists hailing from six continents, our shop has something for everyone.

Find nature photography art prints from Tiina Tormanen, who roams the forests of Finnish Lapland, and Stein Jarle Nilsen, who photographs moody scenes from daily life in a small Norwegian neighborhood, or browse work by Fred Rollison, whose backyard looks out over the South Carolina mountains, and Kate Minear Sorenson, who focuses her gaze on quiet moments in the landscape of Ohio.

At a time when our environment feels undervalued and threatened, photographers like Sebastian Dijkstra Nilander (Norway), Andrea Lambe (Ireland), Judith Sayrach (Spain), Brad Curran (USA) and Henrik Hansen (Denmark) takes us an a journey through forests, fields, and seas, reconnecting us with the comforts and joys of a life spent close to nature.

Travel from the arid deserts of Abu Dhabi with Olga Petroff, or take a dip in the warm waters of Costa Rica with Emiliano Zuniga Hernandez. See the Blue Mountains at sunrise through the eyes of Bryson Prior, and experience the lushness of Teotihuacán, Mexico through the work of Michelle Loren.

If you’re looking for still life fine art photography, check out the work of Antonio Schubert, Neil Kryszak, and Rowan Spray, who take a contemporary approach to classic botanicals through the use of color and composition. Here, our nature photography art prints take on a surreal tone, blurring the lines between reality and fantasy.

From the vivid landscape photography art prints of Aaditya Suresh (India) to the sunlit nature photography art prints of Marc Schindl (Austria), Superfine Prints is home to a diverse array of imagery, all hand-selected by Alison Zavos, the Founder of Feature Shoot. Find still life, nature, and landscape photography art print for sale here.

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