About

Photographer Wood Sabold uses his cameras and lenses and a lot of patience to capture the detail and sublime lighting of his landscape subjects. His masterful use of color and composition are influenced by his design training and former practice as a landscape architect. Wood’s photographs have been published internationally. Publication credits include Golf Magazine, Golf Digest, Links Magazine as well as Sierra Club and Audubon calendars, Outdoor Photographer, Coastal Living, and Oregon Coast magazines and numerous advertising campaigns. Most of Wood’s photographs are available for editorial and commercial licensing. Contact Wood for details.

FINE ART PRINTS
Although proud to be published by others, the true realization of Wood’s photographic work can best be appreciated with his fine art prints.  Many images were exposed with a large format field  camera and color transparency film for optimum sharpness and depth of field to allow for superior print quality at large sizes.  Professional scanners then convert the images to digital files.  More recent photographs were taken with high-end digital cameras.  Regardless of the camera of capture digital files are then corrected for color and tonal quality for producing prints that are true to Wood’s photographic vision.  The corrected files are then printed by Wood with state of the art printers using inks and paper that result in archival prints with fade-free viewing for generations when framed under glass or acrylic and placed to avoid direct sunlight.   Prints are signed and numbered for authenticity.  Also see “PRINTS.”

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