- When I post them to Facebook, people ask if I would sell my photos.
- My photos have appeared in the local newspaper and on the local TV news.
- A coffee shop owner asked me to display and sell my photos in his shop for a month. I remain surprised at the interest my work has generated.
Recently I’ve received an increasing number of inquiries about my photographic work. As a result, I’ve started a Facebook photography page called Randall Hartman Photography. In the future I’ll provide information on how to order your own art from the work I’ve captured.
I invite you to be a charter “liker” of Randall Hartman Photography. My goal is to get 500 likes by midnight September 30. Can you help me reach that modest goal?
Do you need motivation? On October 1, IF I reach that goal, I’ll draw the names of all “likers” out of a hat. The winning person will receive a FREE framed double matted photo ready to hang. Just let me know your favorite photo and I’ll have my professional lab send the finished product to you. This is a $95 value.
How did a preacher get started into photography?
The odds were against me, but I gave it a shot anyway. I heard a snowy owl had appeared on the beaches of Cape May, New Jersey. I got in my car to see for myself. It didn’t take long before I stumbled upon him sitting in the sandy scrub land. I took my phone out and snapped a picture for proof of my rare sighting. When I got home, I realized my phone camera couldn’t capture enough detail to even tell it was a bird!
At that moment, I decided to get a “real” camera. That was three years ago. Since then I’ve taken more than 15,000 photos of the outdoors. My work has generated some interest.
I hope you go to your Facebook and search for my new Facebook page: Randall Hartman Photography. And, who knows? If you like my page you might win a framed and matted piece of wall art of your favorite photo.