Call for Photographers

Call for Photography of Natural Texas Landscapes, seeking one of the following regions:  North Texas, East Texas, South Texas, Hill Country Texas.

Each year Kudela & Weinheimer seeks a talented photographer of Natural Texas Landscapes to feature for our holiday appreciation gift. We are currently seeking our 2011 special photograph. For the winning photograph pending negotiations of price, we will purchase the rights to reprint an existing image that the artist already has in his/her portfolio, then have the image printed at our trusted imaging center on museum quality archival paper and have the artist sign the images. We then matte and frame the images, package and hand deliver them to our clients with a special card that includes information about the fine art print and the featured photographer. These images do not represent any buildings or humans, just open natural Texas landscape.

This will be our 6th in a series of photographs. In past years we have represented Rio Grande, Big Bend National Park, Dallam County (west Texas region), Lost Maples, and South Padre (coastal region). Our past photographers have included Joe Akers, Laurence Parent, Richard Reynolds, Tom Kilty and Geoff Winningham; maybe you can be our next featured photographer!

Send an email to kw@kwtexas.com if you think you have a breathtaking natural landscape photograph of Texas [excluding the regions mentioned above] that should be the next addition to our series.

The printed image size is approximately 7.5″ x 5.5″ framed in an 14″ x 11″ matted frame.

An example of a past image to get an idea of what we are looking for.

Image in frame by Richard Reynolds

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