(See Also Special Announcement Below)
Photography Has Proven One Of The Most Profitable And Satisfying Art Forms To Collect.
How Do The Experts Recommend To Start A Collection?
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The maturing of photography as an art form has been accompanied by an explosion of interest both in the enjoyment and creation of photographs. With the advent of digital cameras and camera phones, nearly everyone is now making images. Interest in collecting photography has also grown dramatically, not to mention the value of some photographs.
In a November 2006 Fortune Magazine Article titled, “Investors Zoom In On Photography,” Stephen Milioti wrote that in the decade from 1996 to 2006, a photographic print by Helmut Newton “enjoyed better price appreciation than a comparable investment in an S&P 500 index fund, General Electric Stock, or ten-year treasury bonds. And Newton isn’t the only photographer whose prices are on the rise.” Prices and demand fell off in 2008 and 2009 but are rebounding well in 2010. >>>> READ MORE >>>>
(Goes to Fine Art Photography Collector’s Resource Blog at http://philiphydephotographycollector.com/)
Special Announcement: Companion Blog to Landscape Photography Blogger called Fine Art Photography Collector’s Resource…
Fine Art Photography Collector’s Resource Blog…
…Was launched in Boulder, Colorado on February 25, 2010
This blog will offer general information about collecting photography and share the personal journey of David Leland Hyde as he expands his personal collection and learns more about collecting photography. It will also provide a resource to those interested in learning about Philip Hyde’s vintage and original prints, as well as the development of the special edition numbered archival fine art digital prints made by David Leland Hyde and Carr Clifton of Philip Hyde’s rare and sold out works. The Fine Art Photography Collector’s Resource Blog will not be updated as often as Landscape Photography Blogger – The Main Blog. Blog posts will be written on this new resource blog a few times a month or to announce important events.
See also the blog post, “Photography And Art Dealers Rebound In 2010.”