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Public Service Announcement For Better Mobile Device Videos.

Public Service Announcement For Better Mobile Device Videos.
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landscape Orientation when shooting videos

 

PLEASE Remember to Turn your Mobile device TO landscape Orientation when shooting videos

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Posted on: 01-5-2013
Posted in: Public Service and Education

America the Beautiful Veteran’s Benefit Print Sale Comments

I am very grateful for the service of all our veterans who served/are serving in the US Armed Services to help keep this land free.   It is because of their sacrifices I have the freedom to be an artist.  To celebrate Veteran’s Day and to show my appreciation, I will be having a special sale to help wounded veterans.  Purchase any 8″x10″ or 8″x12″ prints below and 50% of the print price will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project by me.   To find out more about the Wounded Warrior Project and all the good they do for wounded veterans please visit them at: www.woundedwarriorproject.org

Each signed print will be made by me personally.  Prints are on archival fine art paper and will last over a 100 years with proper care.  Print are $30, plus $5 for shipping.  Be sure to put the print title in the instructions box to make sure you get the correct print.

Thank you for your support!

Eric W Zippe

Adirondack Sunset

Blackbird Fisheye

Cherry Blossoms

Colorado Peak

Coastal Redwoods

Death Valley Moon Rise

Lancaster Sunset

Maine Woods

Mojave Veterans Memorial

Shenandoah Buck Hollow Falls

Shenandoah Clearing Storm

Thoreau’s Walden Pond

Trap Pond Cypress

Valley Forge Winter

West Quoddy Head light

Wild Orange Trees

Yosemite Pines

Zion Guardian

Zion Rainbow

USAF ThunderBirds

 


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Posted on: 11-11-2011
Posted in: Fine Art Photography

Visions Gallery Show at Darlington Art Center Comments

Eric W Zippe Trula K Blize show postcard

Come experience collective works of Trula K. Blize and Eric W. Zippe
in a gallery showing called  “Visions” at the Darlington Arts Center.

Location

Darlington Arts Center
Shavertown Rd
Garnet Valley, PA 19060
phone: 610-358-3632

Dates:

September 9-26, 2011

Artist Reception:

September 17
5:30-7:30pm
Light Refreshments
will be served

 

Posted on: 09-13-2011
Posted in: Uncategorized

Juried Selection: 2011 Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts Photography show Comments

Eric’s photograph “Adirondack Morning Solitude” has been selected by The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts to be displayed at their 2011 National Juried Photography show.

8/26/11- Exhibit Opening
9/24/11- Gallery reception 5:30 pm –  7 pm,
9/24/11- Exhibit Closing.

 

The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts
Blue Mountain Lake, NY 12812
Phone: 877-752-7715 or 518-352-7715

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Posted on: 06-21-2011
Posted in: Fine Art Photography, New Work

Mojave Memorial Cross (MIA) Comments

This image is from Memorial Day 2010 when I went to visit the site of the vandalized Mojave Memorial Cross.  The wreath was place by veterans commemorate Memorial Day and to mark the site of the missing cross.  To me the whole saga of the Mojave Memorial Cross is less about freedom of religion, but more the right to memorialize our country’s veterans and recognize their supreme sacrifice. I also feel strongly, that many in the USA are forgetting the the bravery and sacrifice of our wounded serviceman and women.

to purchase a signed print with various sizes available. 50% of the print sales will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project

Print

8×10 $30 plus $10.50 shipping
11×14 $50 plus $15.50 shipping
16×20 $75 plus $25.50 shipping

Please feel free to share this with everyone and help a great cause.

Zippe

More about the Mojave Memorial Cross From Wikipedia

 

Trula K talks about her Bannack, Montana work… Comments

Here is a great video of Trula K giving some insight to her Bannack artwork.

Be sure to check out the gallery links below to see more images from the series.

Bannack:
The Inside Stories

The Intimate Conversations

Cape Henlopen State Park Comments

Text and photography by Eric W Zippe

Cape Henlopen State Park is situated where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean. The park is just east of the historic town of Lewes and just north of the world famous resort town of Rehoboth Beach in southern Delaware. Cape Henlopen is located on the Atlantic fly-way and is visited by a host of migratory birds. The range of habitats from salt marsh to sandy pine forests to crashing surf make this 5193-acre park a very exciting photographic attraction
Cape Henlopen State Park is home to the highest dunes in the Mid-Atlantic region. The “great dune” stands over 80 feet taller the shore below. Inland “walking dunes move though stunted pine forests.
The park has an excellent nature center near the entrance, and interpretive displays throughout the park help visitors learn about the park. For overnight stays the park has a 159 site campground.

Cape Henlopen weather is typical of the Mid-Atlantic seaboard climate; Hot humid summers with cool ocean breezes often make the park cooler than just a few miles inland. Spring and fall are usually mild. Spring arriving late March to early April and fall weather often lasting until mid November. One thing to remember is that the cape is subject to hurricane season, June 1-November 30. Be sure to make travel plans with that in mind. Winters are often cold, 20s-30s with occasional outbreaks to the 40s and 50s. Be sure to bring a windbreaker whatever the season. Mosquito repellent is a must for the summer season.

Cape Henlopen offers everything from sweeping seaside vistas to macro opportunities. The pine and hardwood forests offer great flora and fauna with short hikes. Observation Towers built for World War II offer panoramic views of the whole park. Views from the overlook of the cape offer dunescapes and osprey nests. the park also offers photographic possibilities of two Lighthouses and ships entering the Delaware bay. Take precautions against sand and saltwater with you equipment. Shorebirds are best photographed using medium to long telephoto lens. Ospreys are best shot with long telephotos because of their wariness of people. The lighthouses can be easy photographed with a medium telephoto. Many macro opportunities can be found both on the bay and Oceanside beaches as well as the forests.

One of the best attributes of Cape Henlopen State Park is the great photographic possibilities year round. In the winter the sea grasses turn a brilliant gold which can be spectacular with snow. Spring brings migrating hawks, falcons and eagles. April the piping plover and other shore birds nest along the dunes. The tip of the cape is closed March 1 to September 1 to accommodate nesting birds. Full moon in May brings the horseshoe crabs to the bay beaches to lay eggs. The following 3 weeks are the best time to shoot the migrating shorebirds. In the fall, after Labor day most of the visiting tourist have left the park. This makes it an ideal time to shoot the shoreline and to enjoy the solitude that this small park can offer so close to many metropolitan areas. Breath taking sunsets are always possible.

Posted on: 05-6-2011
Posted in: Favorite Places

Ode to Eugène ATGET Comments

“Between 1897 and 1927 Atget captured the old Paris in his pictures. His photographs show the city in its various facets: narrow lanes and courtyards in the historic city center with its old buildings, of which some were soon to be demolished, magnificent palaces from the period before the French Revolution, bridges and quays on the banks of the Seine, and shops with their window displays. server information He photographed stairwells and architectural details on the façades and took pictures of the interiors of apartments. His interest also extended to the environs of Paris”read more

There is an old adage “that the best camera is the one you have with you” This scene pasted before my eyes on the way to the Apple store. With nothing but my iPhone I captured this image with the the old master in mind.
-Zippe

Posted on: 03-5-2011
Posted in: Ode to the Greats
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