Pardon Me? by Jamie Heiden

Pardon Me? by Jamie Heiden

Jamie Heiden

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This image is by Jamie Heiden, of Holmen, Wisconsin, using her technique of layered-digital photography.

All of her small prints are part of a limited edition series and are signed and numbered. The image is printed with archival quality, pigment-based inks on 11 x 14" cotton rag paper as large as the crop will allow while still leaving a white border around for ease of matting and/or framing. Edition size of 50. Signed in ink by the artist.

All of her large prints are part of a limited edition series and are signed and numbered. The image is printed with archival quality, pigment-based inks on 13 x 19" cotton rag paper as large as the crop will allow while still leaving a white border around for ease of matting and/or framing. Edition size of 50. Signed in ink by the artist.

All of her framed canvas prints are part of their own limited edition series and are signed and numbered. All are archival with a protective coating and are stretched on a wooden ready to hang frame. Edition size of 50.

All of her framed prints are part of a limited edition series and are signed and numbered. The framed image is printed with archival quality, pigment-based inks on cotton rag paper. The piece has white mat board and is framed. Edition size of 50.

Actual print does not contain watermark.

 

Once upon a time in a land far, far away…or was it right down the road and just the other day?  Either way it’s the beginning of a story.  A story of everyday, told with just a little bit of fairy tale mixed in.  A story that begins with the image and goes wherever your mind takes it, a different place for each and every person. 

Jamie Heiden is a photographer first.  She gets the most satisfaction out of taking a picture.  But when she sits down at her computer, the beginnings unfold.  Most of her finished images contain multiple photographic layers. Dodging, burning, boosting contrast and adjusting exposure were all tasks performed in the darkroom that are now tools she has at her fingertips using the computer.  What would have taken hours in the darkroom can be done and then undone in half the time, not necessarily making the completed process any shorter but allowing for ten times the amount of experimenting within. 

Her titles are an integral part of her images. She loves the journey words allow us to travel. Simplicity and story are the goals and the lists of artists who inspire include writers, painters and movie directors in addition to her photographic idols.  

Jamie’s interest in photography began early in school and carried through to her college education with a degree in Photography and Printing Technology from Northern Arizona University. 

Find more of Jamie's work here.


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