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Direct Purchase

The Photographs appearing on this Blog and on the LightCentric Photography website are available for purchase.  I can provide electronic files in various sizes for various purposes.  Cost to purchase or license will vary depending upon the intended use and the tax status of the purchaser.  If you have an interest, please contact me directly at my e-mail address. (adr1957@gmail.com).

My SmugMug© Website

My Photographic Image Site, LightCentric Photography, is powered by SmugMug©, and they are able, through my site, to provide images in a variety of formats, including electronic images, prints and other printed products and merchandise, all of which are available in a variety of sizes and options.  Again, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me directly and I will be glad to discuss them with you.

Fine Art America

My Images can also be purchased directly from Fine Art America, on my site there.  They provide printing, size, matting and framing options directly.


Currently, my Photographing Vermont’s Fall Foliage and my Photographing Michigan’s Upper Peninsula guidebooks to places (with illustrations, directions and commentary) to photograph in Vermont and the Michigan “U.P.”  as an eBooks on major booksellers such as Amazon, The iBookstore, Kobo, Barnes & Noble, etc.  These are two of the most beautiful and photogenic places in North America.


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