Monday, October 13, 2008

a photography project of mine

Hi everyone,

I'm plugging a project I'm doing now-- a "pay what you want" run of four of my favorite photo prints. If you click on the below image it will take you to my blog entry where I explain in more detail...



Cheers :)
Jess

7 comments:

steve said...

Jess, these are quite beautiful and I'm having a very hard time choosing. I love the donation method too. Would you be willing to bend the rules a bit and make a trade? I just finished a limited run of seventy sketch "zines" - basically little art books compiling my favorite animal sketches from 2007. They are signed, numbered and have an actual drawing drawn on the cover. People tell me I should sell them for ten dollars, but instead they're going for five. I usually throw in a freebie with the book as well - a drawing, and artist trading card, etc. You can view 'em at my blog. So, let me know if you would like to trade, and if you do, surprise me and send me any of the six photos. If you don't want to trade and stick to your proposed guidelines, I completely understand! :) Once again, wonderful photography and best of luck!!

Jess said...

Yes, totally, I will PM you! :)

steve said...

AWESOME!!!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Jess, you fine art photography is stunning! Its intrinsic worth in invaluable, meaning--very valuable. (Weird word!)What people think it is worth and what they can afford to pay may not be the same (eg: I'm unemployed!)

I wish you best of luck with this work. It is wonderful.

If I had to pick a favorite (I love them all), it would be crow.

Andrea said...

Jess, I just donated $$ for a print. I would have like to donate more, but that is what I could afford right now. I hope you will share your results with us when you are finished.

Jess said...

Andrea, thanks so much, I got your order! I will for sure share what knowledge I can pick out from the experience. Please don't worry about what you paid-- it's all good because it's part of the experiment. :)

ian russell said...

really fine work, Jess.