Here are a few of Steve’s favorite things at Mpix.
There is nothing better than receiving a beautifully framed print that can be instantly hung on a wall right out of the box.
Coffee Table Books
Mpix books are a great way to share stories of where you have been with your friends and family.
Gallery Wraps are a very elegant way of displaying your photographs. People are often awstruck at how they pop off the wall and wrap around edges of the canvas.
True Black & White Prints
I love using Mpix's true B&W paper for prints because it produces masterful tone representation from a digital negative. It's silver-based emulsion performs the same as traditional b&w continuous-tone papers which helps me achieve that fine art feel I'm looking for.
With Standouts I never have to turn down a short notice art show request. They are light and easy and to transport with out damaging them.
Square prints are small and elegant. They are a great way to stand out in crowd becuase of the unique format.
Steve is a Southern California guy with a die-hard passion for landscape, nature and wilderness photography. As a Los Angeles
based photographer he enjoys Death Valley, Eastern Sierra, Big Sur, and Yosemite but there is so much more in between all of
these familiar spots. A photographer's paradise can sometimes be found a little closer to home even if it just pulling
over on the side of the road or a planned outing, what matters most is just being out there. Spending time in nature and
letting it capture him is where the emotional connection comes from. California has helped him become one the most versatile
landscape photographers around.
Steve's work has been featured in many publications around the world including Outdoor Photographer, Digital Photo (magazine) and American History and has been featured on the National Geographic website. His photography was used in the fight to keep the 8,000 acres of Montana De Oro State Park off California's giant State Park closure list in 2008. His work exhibits in galleries, hotels, restaurants and even national and state park offices. Steve believes "everyone has their bad moments, but the good moments always out number the bad; with a good attitude, you can always make something out of nothing."