New Contributors and Change in our Photo Facebook Page
Photographers Jim Hinckley and David FiskLegends' Photo contributors Jim Hinckley (left) and David Fisk (right). Kathy and I are excited about recent changes to our Photo Print Shop and the addition of yet another excellent Photographer. As you may recall, back in late June we announced the addition of Jim Hinckley's America. Jim is a former Associate Editor of Cars and Parts Magazine, and author of multiple books. With his love of Route 66 and the American Southwest, Jim's writing and photography are an excellent addition to Legends Of America. Jim says even though he was born in North Carolina, he's a product of the desert southwest, where he currently lives with his wife Judy in Arizona. As a husband and wife photography team, the Hinckley's have a lengthy and colorful resume of work appearing in magazines, books, corporate website and promotional material.
Not only will you find Jim and Judy's excellent photography through Jim Hinckley's America, but Jim writes about the early days of the American Auto Industry for Legends as well. You can find links to all of his articles HERE.
In addition to Hinckley's America, we are also proud to announce our new partnership. "Through the Lens of Fisk" brings you the sharp eye and perspective of David Fisk. A native Texan and now longtime Oklahoman, David Fisk is a retired newspaper editor, writer and photographer, living in Edmond, Oklahoma since 1986.
Fisk has been an Editor, writer and photographer for newspapers in Texas and Oklahoma since he first picked up a camera about 1970, and has a knack for finding interesting perspectives in his photography.
He and his trusty girlfriend/companion/co-driver spend much of their time traveling the back roads and byways of America with David's camera and unique eye. His many passions include baseball, great Barbecue, spicy foods, Rock N' Roll and Blues music, and discovering new places. He lives just a few miles from historic Rt. 66 and has spent many hours discovering it's nooks and crannies.
He is working on a couple of photo book projects and in February 2014 his book "Legendary Locals of Edmond" will be published by Arcadia Publishing Company as a part of their series of historical books. Like Jim Hinckley's collection, Through the Lens of Fisk will continue to grow over the coming months, so check back often.
We have also re-branded our "Vintage Photos Of America" Facebook fan page, renaming it simply "Legends Photo Prints" to better reflect our overall goal of bringing more than just daily posts of vintage photos, but also some of the unique scenes from across America today.
As we get into the holiday season, Legends' Photo Print Shop provides a wide selection of everything Old West, Native American, Ghost Towns, Route 66, and much more, in print sizes to fit all budgets and tastes. In addition to our prints, you'll find that you can choose your favorite photo to be put on a wide variety of products. Buttons, T-Shirts, iPad Cases, iPhone Cases, cutting boards and much more! To select products, on the photo you like simply choose "Buy", then "Select Products". You can also add matting and frames to prints with a wide selection to choose from.
And don't forget, year round we offer a great Print Package special, where you always save 30% off Four 8x10 photos of your choice from the thousands we offer.
We continue to re-arrange and add photos to our galleries, so visit us often. If your looking for something specific, use the search bar. In the meantime, enjoy these slide shows of just some of the excellent work from our latest contributors, Jim Hinckley and David Fisk.
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