Photography West Graphics, Inc., has published a new book of Roman's European images titled Absolution: Fifty Photographs from Europe. The following images are only available with the purchase of this book: Moon over Tuscany, White Gondola, Path to Monastery, and Bielsko Biala. This book can now be purchased from Photography West Gallery.
Absolution: Fifty Photographs from Europe received the prestigious award of the United States Literary Award in the category of Fine Art Photography in 2013. For more info about this award, please visit www.unitedstatesliteraryaward.blogspot.com.
This book and/or print can be purchased from Roman Loranc directly and signed with a personal dedication.
Contact Roman at romanloranc@gmail .com
Published in 2009, Fractal Dreams - a retrospective of Roman's photographic career - was released by Photography West Graphics to popular acclaim. Signed copies remain available at Photography West Gallery for $300. Fractal Dreams featured elegant embossed end sheets and was produced by the legendary LA printer, David Gray Gardener who invented a patented state of the art process and was Ansel Adams favorite book printer! In addition, one exquisite slip cased limited edition accompanied by an original Roman Loranc photograph is still available. Inquire at Photography West Gallery in Carmel-By-The-Sea. 831-625-1587.
AWARD: 2010 PIASC Best of Category - Art Books
Photographs by Roman Loranc
Essays & Poetry by Lillian Vallee
Foreword by Graham Chisholm
Cloth, with 50 duotone photographs
The Photography of Roman Loranc
The Central Valley is the heart and soul of Two-Hearted Oak, a collection of photographs by Polish American photographer Roman Loranc. Two-Hearted Oak will delight anyone with an appreciation for nature and the art of photography. Roman Loranc’s visionary reflections are those of a unique artist whose palette captures light and form and transforms them into images reflecting a depth of feeling rarely found in nature photography. It is a fitting homage to the Central Valley.
Two-Hearted Oak is now sold out and out of print.
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Why Photographs Work by George Barr
Every photographer, from weekend enthusiast to professional, can learn by studying the "greats". In Why Photographs Work, author/photographer George Barr analyzes 52 striking images by some of the world's top photographers. Accompanying Barr's analysis of each image is an explanation by the photographer describing the circumstances of making the image, including not only the how, but also the why. Also included is each photographer's biography, a reference to his or her websites and publications, and brief technical descriptions of the equipment used in making each image.
Portrait of Vilnius
The book Portrait of Vilnius is a compilation of images taken in Vilnius, Lithuania, by an accomplished group of Lithuanian photographers and will include photography by Roman. The book will be published this summer and is now available to purchase through R. Paknio Leidykla.