Charles T. Low Photography
Also on this page:
- The Flickr Gallery: hundreds of works; virtually everything which I show is for sale.
- Note the Online Square Store, a select collection (but ask about anything), and a convenient purchase experience.
- Consider a Commission: a favourite location, building, vista, or vehicle; get a bespoke custom photograph.)
- Books: one in print and others under consideration—an easy introduction to ctLow Photographic art. The Books page includes other small items such as 5x7" prints and greeting cards.
- Gifts: art makes a great and very personal gift.
- Select images also now available on ShutterStock.
You name it!
This can be anything. Some examples:
- Office (groups, headshots ...)
- Houses or other buildings:
- Do you love your house?
- What about the view from your house?
- Private Art Commissions
The main limit is our imaginations! Think about something - anything - which matters to you, and we will work out a way to photograph it.
Here, a small group of aspiring photographers—about three—head out photographing with me. For half a day, we go into nature or we roam through cities—whatever we prefer. We will produce at least one image which you will be proud to hang on your wall.
With a small group, I can quickly find out how you're doing, and on a customized and personalized basis, can point you expeditiously in constructive directions.
We do shared email follow-up (with permission), reviewing and editing the work, taking a day to a week.
Field-work – this is something which you can't get from books or classrooms - but by all means please i) read and ii) take courses! They make a big difference. We often start with something like this: "So, what is it about this scene while appeals to you? Good. Now, let's see how to make the photograph show that." In order for a photograph to "show that", we need a good composition, a deep awareness of the light, and attention to the background and around the borders.
Previous participants have loved it!
(Sometimes we end up in a coffee shop or a restaurant.)
The fee could be something nominal like $85.
I am skilled at editing photographs, if I may say so.
The top photograph of the car to the right is nice. The same photograph on the bottom shines.
This could start at around $30 for something straightforward.
Almost all of the work I offer is so personalized and customized that I almost hate to post a rate schedule. What follows is only a general idea—unlikely to be your exact, eventual fees, but it gives us a rough range.
- hourly: $175
- 3-hour session: $475
- 6-hour/day-rate: $850
- travel expenses extra
- Charities: please inquire
The fee may include (individual consideration) a small selection of edited desktop-size JPEG image files, for personal non-commercial use. (Copyright remains with the photographer, as is usual.)
Sample Print Prices:
- 18-inch print, plain: $95
- 18-inch print, matted: $200
- 18-inch print, framed: $365
- 24-inch print: $150
- 24-inch print, matted: $230
- 24-inch print, framed: $500
- prints may have an added white (trimmable) border, so are sometimes larger than listed
- 1/3 discount for multiple prints of one image
Please inquire about rates and terms for:
- commercial use (standard and reasonable);
- custom printing;
- publication, larger files and shipping.
Charles T. Low Photography subscribes to PayPal; transfer funds here.
Cheques, cash, credit/debit cards, email transfer ... all available.
It's also easy to pay on my Online Store (sometimes a brief discussion required).
- O'Connor Gallery, Gananoque, work hanging, 2023
- Gemmell's Garden Centre (Brockville), October 2022
- Brockville Library, April/May 2022
- O'Connor Gallery, Gananoque, 2020
- AOG Gallery, Elizabethtown-Kitley, 2020
- Martello Alley, Kingston, 2019
- Gallery Raymond, Kingston, 2019
- Richard's Coffeehouse, Brockville, 2017
- Hang Ups, Brockville, 2017
An exhibition is always an entertaining, convenient and informative way to see printed works in person.
#ctLowPhotography #ctLowArt -updated: 2023-04-06