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February 7, 2010

Mike Umscheid Photography to Appear at ChaserCon 2010!

Filed under: Photography,UTM Updates — Mike U @ 10:48 pm

Mike Umscheid Photography will be appearing at the 2010 National Storm Chaser Convention (dubbed “ChaserCon”) (February 12-14, Denver, Colorado).  This will be my second public showing of a number of my images, including some fantastic new images from 2009.  Once again, I am really looking forward to sharing my work with a number of other storm chasers and photographers.   I will have the following available to show off and for potential customers to buy:

around 80 8×12 glossy prints, (print only) unsigned & not numbered, including new works from 2009 (~ $12)

around 45 8×12 metallic prints, (print only) signed, titled, numbered, including new works from 2009 (~ $30)

10 10×15 metallic prints double-matted white to 16×20, signed, titled, numbered, including the following new works from 2009:  (~ $100)

3 16×20 metallic prints double-matted white and wood-framed to 20×24, signed, titled, numbered: (~ $375)

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4 Comments »

  1. I cant wait to see how the prints came out! Awesome work! See you at ChaserCon.

    MC.

    Comment by Michael Carlson — February 9, 2010 @ 12:38 pm

  2. Thanks Michael… really looking forward to it! See you there. -Mike U

    Comment by Mike U — February 9, 2010 @ 12:41 pm

  3. This will be my first ChaserCon. Looking forward to seeing your work in person!

    Comment by Darren Addy — February 12, 2010 @ 10:17 am

  4. Hey Mike,
    What exactly is a “metallic print?”

    Just curious.

    Also…how the heck did you end up getting that “one tree strike” shot???? That is one of the most impressive lightning shots I’ve seen, if only for the odds of getting it!

    Comment by Charles Dalton — February 16, 2010 @ 12:20 am

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