Timothy Wolcott Photography

Timothy Wolcott Photography Timothy Wolcott is the world's best landscape photographer and master printer. His gallery will show you the true way a photograph should look.

Timothy Wocott uses his camera to capture nature’s ethereal moments. The otherworldly essence and liberating quality of his fine art prints document the natural topography found across the continental United States. Crisp details illustrate his technical precision at capturing color and black and white images. Creative artistry was Tim’s lineage and destiny. The Wolcott family celebrates 175 years in photography in 2014, anchored in his forefather Alexander Wolcott’s invention of creating the first camera and photo studio in 1839, a year later, the first photo exhibit was exhibited in Washington D.C. in 1840. Born in Dubuque, Iowa in 1965, Tim was exposed to the photographic process at an early age, including time spent in his father’s darkroom at his childhood home. As six, Tim started making his own images and, in high school, honed his photographic interest to include fine art images. Using his 4X5 Zone V1 Camera, Tim exposed the wind-swept countryside circling his home, winning two Kodak Photography contests. “I seemed to understand landscapes early on and that the magic of the image came back to life in the darkroom.” Continuing on in this vein, Tim received an education grant from the state of Wisconsin. While attending college, Tim worked under noted commercial photographer Bruce Weber. Weber’s ability to create in-studio masterpieces from commercial elements struck Tim the most. “What I loved about working for Bruce was to see him put pieces together that later make the image a masterpiece.“ In 1983, Tim began study under photographer George Philips, a colleague of Ansel Adams. It was under Philips, Tim began to master the nuances of fine art black and white printing. By 1988, Tim was showing his work with the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD). He was one of AIPAD’s youngest photographers at the time. Drawing inspiration from Ansel Adam’s lifelong goal to attain pigment printing in color photography, Tim joined two others to pioneer the Evercolor Pigment Printing Process, the first method to allow photographers to produce truly archival images with saturation and tonal qualities that had not been achieved in color imaging. Tim continues to utilize the Evercolor system to produce environmentally sound and modern technology and do his consultation with digital-based brands. “I borrow from the masters before me and with the new printing technologies I’ve achieved; I am keeping the traditions alive and creating my own unique style of art.” Introduced to the head of conservation as Smithsonian in 1997, Tim proposed a project that would create exact replicas of extremely rare ephemera, such as important historic images and document, with an end goal of release to the public. Up until then the rarity of the artifacts, including early civil war still, Wright Brothers flight images, and portraits of the Great Sioux Chief J.A. Anderson, had been barred due to their value. Tim’s practice for preservation of these collections was featured on PBS in 2003 and his connection with the Smithsonian continues today: in 2009 and 2010, they named him Best Landscape Photographer. Enthsiasts of Tim’s work range from private to corporate collectors, including Guggenheim, Photokina, Micosoft, Kaiser Permanente, Chevron and the Nature Conservancy. His images have been exhibited at Fahey Klein Gallery, Photography West, Vision Gallery, Photocollect, and Grubel Gallery. Tim’s persistence in documenting history via art led him to publish two coffee-table books. The first, Along the Water’s Edge, features essays alongside images Tim made over the last 20 years. For the Love of Texas, Tim’s second foray into publishing, features spring landscape of Washington County with commentary from notable Texans, including George W. Bush, Lance Armstrong and Nolan Ryan. In 2000, Tim realized a dream to open the first green gallery in the world. Dedicated to showcasing his own work and the artistic talents of others, Gallery of the American Landscape is located in Southern California’s iconic high country of Big Bear Lake. In 2012, Tim created a revolutionary new printing process. This proprietary new paper combined with a proprietary new coating is considered to be the finest pigment printing process on the planet. This proprietary printing process allows the art lover to have a visual experience, to see the artwork without the use of glass or plexiglass. This innovative new printing process creates the most realistic luminant photographs known to mankind. This process is also green and is the longest lasting process in the world.


The Castaway is Closing!
C&F's regular stomping ground for more than a decade,
is temporarily closing for a $10 million renovation.
We're now looking for a new home...

Clickers & Flickers Photography Network
will have one of it last photo-networking dinners,
best described as a "Mini Photo Festival"
at The Castaway. Join us.
June 27 & July 26, 2017.

JUMP into Action!
RSVP today.

* Enlarge your knowledge with inspirational speakers.
* Expose your work to buyers and collectors.
* Focus on new cameras and gear.
* Zoom in on upcoming, "C&F members only" events.
* Stop Down this month with C&F.

Honored Guest Speaker:

TIMOTHY WOLCOTT, twice named "World's Greatest Landscape Photographer" by the Smithsonian Institution, presents "A True Modern Master of Landscape Photography" at C&F's Photo-Networking Dinner.

Timothy Wolcott is one of the great landscape photographers of our time. He has traveled more than 500,000 miles to create amazing and stunning photographs. His work has exhibited alongside Ansel Adams, The Weston's and Eliot Porter.

Wolcott's work has been exhibited in more than 23 countries and many museums, including being showcase at the Smithsonian Institution.

See Timothy Wolcott's photos on C&F's website ~

Clickers & Flickers Photo-Networking Dinner:

Date: June 27, 2017 (Tuesday)
Time: 6:30 – 10:00 pm
Place: The Castaway – * * * MOUNTAIN ROOM
1250 Harvard Road, Burbank, CA 91501
RSVP: (626) 794-7447 or Reply to this e-mail.

Join Clickers & Flickers - "the" Photography Network!
Premier speakers. Great connections. Food and Fun.

Clickers & Flickers' photo networking dinners can best be described as a "Mini Photo Festival" with added Bonuses & Announcements prior to the Honored Guest Speaker.

BONUS: C&F Members' Digital Slide Show (8:45-9:00 pm). Deadline - Images MUST be sent to Rodney Nicholls by Noon, Sunday- June 25, 2017 with RSVP. Send your images to him according to Rodney's Rules. He writes forget using Dropbox as requested in the past.

BONUS - In attendance - past C&F guest speaker (3x), award-winning Wildlife & Nature Photographer, Dave Welling, who shared his photos of encounters with wildlife around the world, including Virungas Mountains National Park, Zaire; the Parks of Tanzania and Kenya; Northwest Territories, Canada, Texas and the Southwestern United States; and wild animals he has known from the Wildlife Way Station in Southern California.

BONUS - In attendance, past C&F guest speakers: Nick Ut (retired after 51 years from Associated Press & Pulitzer-Prize winner of Kim P**c, Na**lm Girl in Vietnam); and Raul Roa (Los Angeles Times Media Group, Staff Photographer).

BONUS - In attendance, past C&F guest speakers: C. Hunter Johnson, Musician, Composer, Photographer & J.J. L'Heureux, renowned Painter, Photographer, Adventurer & Naturalist, who presented "Penguins to Polar Bears" with inspirational music videos & breath-taking photography stills at the C&F Halloween bash!

BONUS - In attendance - past guest speaker Beverly Houwing, a nature and wildlife photographer who presented "Capturing the Wild" at C&F's November 2014 photo-dinner. Beverly teaches Adobe software and organizes photo-safaris in Africa. She has exhibited at The [email protected] Gallery, been included in Slideshow Night at the Annenberg Space for Photography, and published in National Geographic.

BONUS - In attendance - Buddy Weiss, who also exhibits at the [email protected] Gallery. In reference to Clickers & Flickers' 30th Anniversary, Buddy wrote:
"The last five years that I’ve been a member have been the best! Just sorry I missed the first 25." ~ Buddy Weiss – fine art photographer, semi-retired advertising copywriter, producer, director, creative director and winner of over 100 advertising awards.

BONUS - In attendance, past C&F guest speaker (twice), Greg Dyro, former Director of the Warner Bros. Photo Lab (15 years); C&F webmaster, and co-curator “Up From the Vault: 85 Years of Treasures From the Warner Bros. Photo Lab” at The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in 2010.

BONUS - In attendance, past C&F guest speaker Phil Condit, independent filmmaker & fine art landscape & nature stock photographer.

BONUS - Boris Smorodinsky, General Manager of Striving Artists Picture Framing, 1st place International Award winner, in picture framing competitions. He helped hang C&F's HUGE yellow banner at the BIG Photo show and been "hanging" around C&F ever since!


Special table of "At A Moment's Notice" announcements with "Hot Off The Press" information about upcoming Special Events around town. Bring YOUR own photo announcements to also promote.


Your EYEBALLS can also FEAST on Fine Art Photography Books, relating to this
month's guest speaker's subject & new Press Preview copies from the Clickers &
Flickers collection.


Special Gift to all attendees because C&F ROCKS!

BONUS + + + - ? ? ? open to adding more "Opening Acts" for the Main Event. Contact C&F.

Be pleasantly Surprised, Inspired, Informed and/or Entertained!
(Above "bonuses" are expected to be there but not guaranteed in case of emergencies.)

Reservations & Payment Required in Advance:

Clickers & Flickers Members’ price - $59.
Non-C&F Members’ price - $65.

"Don't Miss Out - We Sell Out"

(For your convenience, PAY PAL is now available for membership, renewal & dinners $59+.)
Please use the link on the C&F website: www.ClickersAndFlickers.com
1) RSVP & mail payment to:

Clickers & Flickers
P.O. Box 6094
Malibu, CA 90264-6094

2) NOTE meal choice needed (3) days in advance with paid RSVP:
(Not guaranteed, especially for LATE arrivals.....)

CHICKEN (Almond crusted chicken, stuffed with brie cheese and pears);
PASTA (vegetarian)
(Late & at the door only if space is available, meal is Chef’s choice.)

Clickers & Flickers Photography Network Proudly Presents:
TIMOTHY WOLCOTT, twice named "World's Greatest Landscape Photographer" by the Smithsonian Institution, presents "A True Modern Master of Landscape Photography" at Clickers &Flickers Photo-Networking Dinner. Timothy Wolcott is one of the great landscape photographers of our time. He has traveled more than 500,000 miles to create amazing and stunning photographs. In his early years, he spent much of his time with many of the great masters. His grandfather, Alexander S. Wolcott, was a dentist by trade and machinist, and credited with being the inventor of the first camera. He was the first American to secure a patent in the field of photography and open a portrait studio.

Timothy Wolcott's work has exhibited alongside Ansel Adams, The Weston's and Eliot Porter. His work has been exhibited in more than 23 countries and many museums, including being showcase at the Smithsonian Institution.

To achieve his vision and high standards, Timothy's photographs are printed using his own proprietary, 14 layer pigment printing process. This printing process is considered by many in the trade publication industry to be the finest printing process of our time. It used no chemicals, is free of glass, eliminates the need for protective glazing and has a 200 year archival display life. He has been called "The Da Vinci of Our Time" by Calumet Photographic Company. Rangefinder Magazine called Tim "The Godfather of Color."

Mark your Calendars: Do not wait to make reservations. "Don't Miss Out. We Sell Out."

► June 27, 2017 (Tuesday) - TIMOTHY WOLCOTT, twice named "World's Greatest Landscape Photographer" by the Smithsonian Institution, presents "A True Modern Master of Landscape Photography" at C&F Photo-Networking Dinner.

► July 26 , 2017 (Wednesday) C&F's last photo-networking dinner at The Castaway Celebrates 1) C&F's 32-Year Anniversary, 2) Malibu Mom's 95th birthday; and 3) Dawn of the Living Dead, Ain't Dead Yet! Honored guest speaker TBA.

► August, 2017 - C&F's Summer Break & "At A Moment's Notice".
Stay tuned for our next BIG move!

► September 27, 2017 (Wednesday) - C&F's Honored Guest Speakers TBA,
along with our new location!

► October 24, 2017 (Tuesday) - Editorial Portrait Photographer, PENNY WOLIN, presents "Portraiture as Facade" at C&F's Halloween photo-networking dinner. Costumes are optional & encouraged. Times Goes By... Start planning now.

(*Plus C&F Members’ Only Events & “At A Moment’s Notice Events" announced at "mini-photo-festival" networking dinners.)

"STOP DOWN" this month with C&F.

ENLARGE your knowledge.
EXPOSE your work.
FOCUS on fun!

Stay in the Loop! Connect with C&F. We look forward to meeting YOU.

Dawn Hope Stevens
(626) 794-7447

C&F magazines are mailed "HOT Off-The-Press" to PAID C&F memberships,
and are available at C&F events.
Thank you for your support - it's greatly appreciated.

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Yosemite In Spring Collection & Memorial Day Sale
Yosemite In Spring Collection & Memorial Day Sale

Yosemite In Spring Collection & Memorial Day Sale

Timothy Wolcott has been on a mission to make a fine art portfolio of Yosemite National Park. Over the years Tim has proven what it takes to create the worlds best fine art landscapes throughout our beautiful country. Now I am proud to present Tims Yosemite In Spring Collection. 


Rancho Mirage, CA


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