Print Of The Week – November 2, 2023

Each Week, A New Photographic Print For Sale

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Like you, I am a photographer and have been selling my images for a long time.  In the last few months, as I migrated from Capture One to Lightroom, I have been re-editing several of my images.  In doing so, I am discovering some new gems.  So, I thought I would start something new.  Each week I plan to offer a new print for sale.


These will be prints from images that are not on my storefront site, RaberEYES.  These will also be prints I make for you myself.  I will print them on the Baryta Archival Paper using archival inks.  The prints will be made using the Epson 9570 printer, which is one of the finest photo inkjet printers made today.  The paper’s surface is bright and has a smooth finish.

I will sign each print and provide a Certificate Of Authenticity.  The prints will be carefully rolled, protected, and shipped to you in heavy print shipping tubes. Once you receive your print, you can visit a local framer and have the images mounted and framed how you like.

This Weeks Print

This is one of the prints that sell the most during our studio open-house events.  This is the Harry Potter train crossing the Glenfinnan Viaduct in the highlands of Scotland.  It’s an iconic image made famous from the movie Harry Potter.

The Highlands of Scotland is a special place to visit.  For photographers, it’s a dream come true. There are castles, gorgeous gentle and not so gentle landscapes. The light is always epic and if you wait around just long enough, your likely to experience all four seasons in the day. I’ve run a number of workshops in this region of Scotland and always come home with a disk full of images to work on.

This image was made with a 100 megapixel Phase One camera.  This camera is famous for its astounding image quality. If you look at a large print of this image, you can see right into the windows of the train.

To get this shot, I had to climb a steep and muddy hillside. It was very slippery and my tripod legs sank into the mud.  I was worried the climb was going to take too long because of the conditions.  I arrived in a nick of time. Out of breath from the climb, I set my camera up and within a minute, the train was approaching.

As the train crossed the bridge, it let out a loud train whistle and a gorgeous plume of steam. It was perfect timing.

This print has sold well and is displayed in many offices and homes.  I hope you consider giving this image a place on your walls.

To Order

To order, please download this Order Form . . .

as a PDF.  Fill it out and return it to me at the email address on the order form. It also provides a link on the order form to pay online.

The following print sizes are available: 40 x 22.5 inches, 30 x 16.8 inches, 13 x 20 inches and 18 x 10 inches.

I will confirm your order once it is received and keep you posted as it progresses through printing.  If you have questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch with me at [email protected] or call +1 317-379-7482.

Thank You. I hope you consider this print for your home or office.

Kevin Raber
November 2023
Kevin Raber
Indianapolis, IN

Photography is my passion and has been for 50 plus years. My career in photography has allowed me to travel the world, meet some of the most interesting people on the planet and see things I could never have dreamed of. My goal is to share the passion of picture taking through photographs and teaching with as many people as I can, hoping it brings them as much joy and happiness as it has me. I do this through, this site, as well as Rockhopper Workshops, and other projects, as well as teaching as Artist In Residence at the Indianapolis Art Center.

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