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Original photography BEHIND acrylic glass 

museum-quality ART for your walls


I absolutely love expansive nature scenes and complex timings and alignments. Most of my photographs aren't simply a snap of the shutter but rather a complex process of scanning a scene and stitching the resulting set of images into a very high resolution final scene. The result is a wider more immersive, enveloping view with incredible detail. Some of my images have over 500 times the resolution of a standard HD television.  


Sunset with my Gigapan robot at the Teton Mountains - © Chris Fabregas

Over the last few decades, I've spent time finding and photographing many of these expansive scenes across Washington and the greater Pacific Northwest including many National Parks such as Yellowstone, the Grand Teton Mountains, Glacier National Park, Mount Rainier National park and many more. Proceeds from this gallery will continue my quest to continuously add new pieces with a large emphasis on very, very, very large-format panoramic photographs captured by my automated panoramic robot. I also plan to maintain a digital journal to contain more details behind the creation of each photo I post as well as featuring real walls having real prints in customer's homes. 

For now, October 2017, I am launching this site with 42 photographs. My archive consists of several hundred more and I plan to upload new shots frequently. Consider subscribing to my mailing list at the bottom of the contact page and/or following me on Facebook + Instagram






This isn't your average photograph! It's a gallery-quality finished piece ready to hang. The process starts with metallic paper and HP 1200 dpi pigment printers for a sense of depth and intense color pop. The print is then covered by a sheet of semi-matte acrylic glass which is static-free and resists damage. Behind the print is 1/8" sheet of Dibond which is two layers of aluminum sandwiching a layer of polyurethane. Finally, a mounting frame is added to make hanging on the wall an easy task. Point track lights at the print and the combination of the acrylic glass and metallic paper will make the photograph appear to be backlit. These pieces are made here in Seattle by a small group of people who pay very close attention to perfection.

59 Awesome US National Parks
5.9% Of All Profits Donated Back

A large number of photographs in my galleries were taken within or around our amazing 59 American National Parks.  I've decided to donate back 5.9% of my profits to help keep our parks open and maintained for others to experience. Thank you for your support!

Join me on  Facebook and Instagram to catch new photography as I add it to this gallery. 


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