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Why Would You Buy A Limited Edition From Moshe Levis?

Stunning landscapes, fine art paintings, home decoration, beautiful furniture. You surround yourself with things that make your environment more beautiful, more meaningful, more attractive, more you. Limited edition masterpieces by Moshe Levis are striking, breathtaking images from around the world – bursting with emotions and conversation topics.

Take a look at your walls.  What’s on them?  What do they say about you?

Purchasing an original limited edition photograph from Moshe Levis is more than buying a beautiful picture, it’s an investment for both you and our amazing planet.

I have come up with a brand new approach and strategy for selling my photography, and I believe that any photography buyer, art investor or anyone who cares about our planet, will love!

All of my limited edition photos are going to be limited to only 10 (I’m updating the website to it right now) which means they will be a lot more unique and increase their value as they sell out. Unlike other artists that “limit” their prints to 900 or so.

Buying the first picture of a limited run will make you an active investor of my artistic adventure. Thanks to your purchase I’ll be able to make the first order and save up for the gallery I plan to open in Los Angeles.  Other than owning an original and unique photograph you’ll be earning 30% of the profit coming from the other nine prints of that edition.

Saving the planet – I will be donating 30%, of every sold limited edition photograph, to organizations that focus on helping and reversing climate change.

With that, I welcome you to enjoy the photographs and share them with the world.

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Limited Edition Photography Is An Asset to Buyers

When you buy a limited edition photograph you’re making a meaningful and long term investment, especially when the edition sells out. 

Limited editions are defined as a series of one photograph, with a predefined number of copies, produced using the same technique, resulting in prints of identical size, format and material. No additional copies of the same photograph can ever be produced once the number of copies in the Limited Edition series is exhausted.

All limited edition photographs by Moshe Levis come with a Certificate of Authenticity, detailing the photograph title, its copy number within that limited edition, materials, location, date, photographer’s signature etc.

When you acquire a limited edition photograph from Moshe Levis, you are getting an asset that can only go up in value. Once a limited edition series is exhausted, the sold copies value in secondary markets can skyrocket, as it is impossible to find additional copies anywhere. No supply plus demand equals very high prices.

Buying limited edition fine art photography, is not really buying. It is investing on an asset that has real value as there is an embedded worth in every art piece.

My Happy Place

Paper Size: 54″ x 36″

Print Size: 50″ x 32″

Edition Number: 1/10

Paper: Fuji Pearl Paper

Price: $1,200

I have seen countless images of the beautiful bonsai located at the Portland Japanese Garden in Oregon. Most images look the same while some look too “artistic” to my taste. Don’t get me wrong, there are a few unusual good photos, but it was my turn to show the world what the tree looks like.

As I walked around the garden looking specifically for that tree, I’ve seen one small bonsai that kind of looked like the photos but not exactly. I was thinking to myself “this can’t be it!” and kept on looking. When I finally found it I had a big smile on my face, staring at one of the most beautiful trees in the United States of America.

The next paragraph is great for photographers who go visit there.

I joined another photographer who was already there photographing the tree for several hours. Very nice guy and a great photographer, Kane Engelbert. He was using a tripod (it says “no tripods” on their website) while I left mine…

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Minerals Paradox

Edition Size: 1/10

Paper Size: 40″ x 36″

Print Size: 36″ x 32″

Paper: Archival Luster photographic paper

Price: $1,200

Finding a composition, for me, is more than just setting up your camera and looking through the viewfinder or live view (the LCD screen).  It’s more than just aiming a lens at an interesting subject and framing it perfectly.  It’s even more than just trying to be unique and creative with my photography.

Finding a composition, for me, is actually a big part of the entire photography adventure.

Finding the composition for, Minerals Paradox for example, took about three days, starting at the drive from Los Angeles to Portland, OR, a drive that takes about 15 hours in one go.  I did it in 19 because I had to stop at Mount Shasta for…

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The Magic of Latourell

Edition Size: 1/10

Paper Size: 54″ x 36″

Print Size: 50″ x 32″

Paper: Fuji Pearl Paper

Price: $1,200

From Los Angeles to Minnesota and back through Portland, Oregon.  That’s how we ended up gazing at the beautiful Latourell Falls.

When you first get to beautiful Portland, you know that you must go explore the beautiful Columbia Gorge.  You have to find the famous waterfalls and hiking trails you see mentioned everywhere in travel websites and blogs in general.

One of these waterfalls called Latourell which is unique among the best-known Columbia Gorge waterfalls, in the way that it drops…

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Majestic Fall

Paper Size: 54″ x 36″

Print Size: 50″ x 32″

Edition Number: 1/10

Paper: Kodak ENDURA Glossy “F”

Price: $1,200

There is simply something mesmerizing in waterfalls. For some reason, most of us get excited from the sight of a waterfall. You can argue that it might be the continuously flowing water, or the height from which the water fall. Maybe it’s the landscape around waterfalls. Maybe it’s all of the above.

One thing is for sure, waterfalls are breathtaking.

This waterfall is called Rainbow Falls and is located near Mammoth Lakes, California. It’s a pretty easy access via bus that takes you through Devil’s Post Pile national park. Along the way there are several stops that will lead you to different hiking trails…

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Six Centuries Later

Paper Size: 54″ x 36″

Print Size: 50″ x 32″

Edition Number: 1/10

Paper: Kodak ENDURA Glossy “F”

Price: $1,200

The Duomo in Milan is one of the most impressive structures I have ever seen and experienced.

After six centuries it is, sort of, complete and there are still constructions happening on site.

This photograph was taken during night time. I just looked up from the entrance and had to express the energy and power of the amazing cathedral.

The black and white made it 10 times more emotional than the color version. I hope you like it as much as I do…

Title Wave

Edition Size: 1/10

Paper Size: 54″ x 36″

Print Size: 50″ x 32″

Paper: Archival Luster photographic paper

Price: $1,200

One of the most important things you should be doing, as a photographer, is to be original with your work. I can’t express enough how difficult it is to be original with photographing landscapes these days. Most people own a cellphone that includes a pretty decent camera which makes it easy to simply snap landscape photos all the time. This make our job as photographers much harder in being original and creative.

Believe it or not that could be a good thing. It gives photographers a much more challenging career and actually helps developing their creativity and view of the world.

As a photographer I always look around to see what might be an original take on landscape photography and show…

The Conductor

Edition Size: 1/10

Paper Size: 54″ x 36″

Print size: 50″ x 32″

Paper: Kodak ENDURA Metallic

Price: $1,200

I was definitely not the only photographer there that morning.  It is near Zabriskie Point after all, a very popular location for photographers and tourists in general.

Many people think that capturing an image is a matter of finding a nice composition and pressing the shutter release button.  What they don’t know is that sometimes the way to getting to that moment of truth, the pressing of the button, could be extremely…

The Devil’s Rage

Edition Size: 1/10

Paper Size: 54″ x 36″

Print Size: 50″ x 32″

Paper: Kodak ENDURA Glossy “F”

Price: $1,200

About 100,000 years ago a cooling lava flow cracked into multisided columns and created what you might know as the Devil’s Post Pile, located in north east California, near Mammoth Lakes.

When I first got to Devil’s Post Pile I was amazed to see the formation of columns and huge pile of hardened lava rocks.  It was the first time I’ve seen something in that nature, but even though it was new to me I struggled to find a composition that I loved.  It felt like there was too much…

The Scream

Paper Size: 54″ x 36″

Print size: 50″x32″

Edition Number: 1/10

Paper: Kodak ENDURA Glossy “F”

Price: $1,200

The title of this image should give you a big hint why I named titled it the Scream, but in case you don’t know, there is a famous painting called The Scream. Go ahead, Google it.

This photograph was taken on an adventure near Mammoth Lakes, California. My wife and I went exploring some paths we haven’t walked through yet and we found all sorts of interesting subjects to photograph.

It was a pretty nice day when we got there, blue skies, some harmless clouds and beautiful conditions to photograph the surroundings, and even though I captured a few good landscapes images that day, I want to express that this tree trunk let me create an abstract image that I absolutely love and consider…

Rejuvenation

Edition Size: 1/10

Paper Size: 70″ x 30″

Print Size: 66″ x 26″

Paper: Archival Luster photographic paper

Signature: Signed and numbered on the front.

Price: $1,200

The hike back from the inside of the sand dunes field is always the toughest.

Arriving at Mesquite Sand Dunes for the first time was definitely a memorable adventure, especially since we didn’t know we’ll see such field before we get to Death Valley National Park.

We parked (by the way when I say we I refer to my wife and I) the car in Mesquite Sand Dunes parking lot, grabbed my camera gear and head out into…

Convict Moon

Edition Size: 1/10

Paper Size: 54″ x 36″

Print Size: 50″ x 32″

Paper: Kodak ENDURA Glossy “F”

Price: $1,200

Convict Lake, California, is one of those locations you just have to go back to in different seasons and capture it.

When I went with my friend Rich, who is a fantastic photographer himself, to Convict like to catch a freezing sunrise back in December of 2014, I moved around a lot. Not only because I wanted to capture photos that no one else captured, but also because it was so freakin’ cold. My toes froze. No joke.

Looking around the lake, and not always into the lake, pointing the obvious image every tourist takes, makes you appreciate and connect with your surrounding. You start seeing the beauty…

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The Missing Faberge Eggs

Paper Size: 54″ x 36″

Print Size: 50″ x 32″

Edition Number: 1/10

Paper: Kodak ENDURA Glossy “F”

Price: $1,200

Tsar Alexander III, was born in mid 19th century.  Emperor of Russia, King of Poland, Grand Duke of Finland and a loving husband. He loved Empress Maria Feodorovna, very dearly and did everything he could to make her happy. To see a smile of excitement on her face.

In 1885, to celebrate their 20th anniversary, Alexander decided to do something different. The inspiration for it, most likely, came from the Empress’s aunt, Princess Vilhelmine Marie of Denmark, who owned a marvelous Easter egg that captivated Maria’s imagination in her childhood.

And so, Tsar Alexander commissioned master jeweler, Peter Carl Faberge, to craft him…

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Life Finds A Way

Paper Size: 54″ x 36″

Print Size: 50″ x 32″

Edition Number: 1/10

Paper: Archival Luster photographic paper

Price: $1,200

One of the best lines from the Jurassic Park movies is probably “life finds a way”.

On an adventure to Zion National Park, my wife and I took one unique hiking trail.  You may have heard of it and know it by The Narrows.

The Narrows was a unique hike for me because I never in my life hiked up a flowing water stream.  It was definitely an experience worth having.  The hike wasn’t too difficult but at the same time had its challenges.  One of the challenges was not to fall into the water while filming and carrying my photography equipment.

Hiking in such different environment clearly opens…

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