Yaaayyy!!! you're thinking about buying something!!!
Traveling the country with ultra light weight hiking gear and a bunch of camera equipment isn't the cheapest hobby to have. Sometimes the only thing that stands between me and my dreams of hiking to the tops of Hawaiian volcanoes or chartering a flight to a base camp in the arctic circle is cash. But, on the bright side, I've taken some awesome photos that would look amazing hanging in your space. Your friends will come over and tell you they like your photo and you can tell them how some weird guy is attempting to hike himself to death and you're trying to make his dream a reality. Just like that, you're a philanthropist discussing a conversation piece hanging on your wall. You're so fancy!!! My friend, Trish, is fancy too. Check out her two 20x30 walnut framed deep matte photos from Pixieset below.
First thing you should know is that my photos are shot with a crop sensor camera and end up being a 2:3 ratio. When you're ordering you'll most likely want 6x9, 8x12, 10x15, 12x18, etc to get the full image but you can crop the images to fit whatever size you prefer. Some of my photos, mostly portraits, are already cropped to a 4x5 ratio and would make perfect 8x10s. You have multiple purchase options including prints, wall art, and digital downloads, so let me tell you my opinion about these options.
Prints: These are awesome and pretty cheap. All you need is a cheap frame from the thrift store and you can be fancy on a budget. I trust that you are familiar with ordering prints.
Digital Downloads: This is probably what i would do personally. You can download the high resolution file at an inexpensive price and take advantage of a good deal on Shutterfly or Mpix to get your wall art delivered directly to your door. You could also print them at your local Walmart or CVS and you can print them as many times as you want. Also, for you philanthropists, 100% of the money you spend on digital downloads goes directly to me. Keep in mind that a single high resolution photo may be over 20mb so you'll want to be sure your device has enough storage space. If you have a laptop or computer at home, I would recommend using that to download.
Wall Art from Pixieset: This is the easiest way to order. You pick exactly what size and style you want right here on my website and it'll be shipped to your door. Pixieset handles orders for professional photographers and what you receive will be very high quality. I compared Trish's gallery framed photo from Pixieset to the same photo ordered from Shutterfly and, up close, the Pixieset photos and frames are higher quality. They were also more expensive, but it really is a "you get what you pay for" situation. You deserve something nice though, so if you want to, go for it.
To see your purchase options, simply click a photo in one of the many galleries and then click the shopping cart icon in the top corner of the screen. Thanks for stopping by. I hope you enjoy learning about my adventures and seeing some of the most amazing places in America.