AboutWisconsin fine art photographer Jim Sincock, focuses on large format black and white landscape and fine art still life photography.
I’ve added six new images to the Landscape gallery. I’ve gone back to shooting large format B&W film on much of my newest work, and it has been a refreshing change for me. While the ease of digital will still […]
I’ve added some new images to my Landscape, and Still Life galleries. There is also a new gallery called Historic Processes which contains my work with Wet Plate Collodion, Dry Plate, and Paper Negative. I’ll also try to get the […]
I’ve begun working on some new still life images for my Untold Stories series. The images are an interplay of light and shadow, texture, and the juxtaposition of objects. The “meaning” of the stories is left up to the viewer […]
I’ll be displaying, and selling my photography at a couple art festivals this year. It is my first year for trying the art festival scene and so far I’ll be at the following events: Evergreen Fine Arts Festival August 25-26, […]
Colorado has a wide range of scenery to choose from, whether you are taking a family vacation, or adding to your archive of landscape photos. Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve may come as a surprise for those who […]
I happy to announce that a portfolio of my black & white landscape photography will be featured in Issue 19 of Landscape Photography Magazine. If you’re not familiar with the online magazine, I highly recommend it. It contains beautiful landscape […]
Creative inspiration for me often comes from being in the wild, and fully experiencing the elements and the landscape. I took this photograph on a backpacking trip in the Indian Peaks Wilderness Area in Colorado. We had just set up […]