Paxton Prints – How It Began
Note: You can jump directly to my landscape images and urban portraits or view all of the images here.
Paxton Prints – Photography by Steve Paxton
In 2006 I began sharing my favorite landscape images on Paxton Prints. What started out as just a few landscape images evolved into a website filled with tutorials and free resources for photographers.
Paxton Prints was designed around older web technology and struggled to keep up with all of the content I produced. In 2012 I decided to move everything to the F/Stop Spot. This is now home to my photography guides and resources, landscape photography, urban portraits and other personal images. My commercial portrait photography can be found at Paxton Portraits.
You can view an archived version of Paxton Prints here.
Fine Art Photographs : Giclèe Prints Signed by Steve
Nearly every image is available for purchase as a printed fine art photograph, for non-exclusive stock use and as greeting cards. Fine art photographs are printed on high quality, acid-free, Kodak Professional Lustre paper using state-of-the-art printing methods. Photographs are hand-signed and approved by Steve prior to delivery.
Non-Exclusive Stock Use
Most images can also be purchased for non-exclusive stock use. Prices are based on the image type and use and are competitively priced within the industry standard. Images are made available to our clients the same day (typically within hours) via secure FTP once payment has been received. We provide clients with a high resolution JPEG and a flattened Photoshop file. Please contact me about pricing and usage.
The text and digital image files on Paxton Prints are subject to United States and International copyright laws. The text and digital images files may not be reproduced, copied, stored, manipulated or used (whole or in part) as part of a derivative work without my written permission. I work very hard to capture and process all of my photographs. I just ask that you don’t steal my work. Please contact me if you have a usage question.
View the Images
You can jump directly to my landscape images and urban portraits or view all of the images here.