Fine Art Giclee
Photographic Prints

From the moment he trips the shutter to the time you receive your new artwork, photographer Alan Plisskin is personally involved printing, packing and shipping your fine art prints. By doing so, he can assure not only faithful reproduction of his work but your satisfaction with your purchase as well.

• Archival Prints
Available in a variety of sizes, prints are created by the giclee method which uses pigmented inks (not chemical dyes) printed on museum-grade archival paper for maximum impact and longevity.
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• Framing
Optional mounting, matting and framing of prints is available. Please contact Alan directly if you'd like his assistance in selecting matte and frame styles that will enchance the print as well as compliment your decor.

• How to Order
United States customers can order online. Use the Print Size selector on a photo's enlargement page to add prints to your shopping cart.

Please contact ASP Images directly to arrange international orders or if you prefer to order offline.

• Questions?
If you have any questions, wish to make a purchase offline, or are interested in print sizes not offered on the web site, don't hesitate to
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The sun broke through at the end of a cold winter day to light up the face of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park.
On the eastern edge of Glacier National Park the aspen trees were blazing in fall color glory.
While photographing the Yosemite Valley, the sun broke through and illuminated Bridalveil Falls for a  matter of seconds before it disappeared.
National Parks Fine Art Photography Gallery

A fellow photographer once told me that he didnít like to shoot in National Parks because anyone could drop a camera and get a good picture. HelloÖ thatís why theyíre National Parks! Fortunately the United States has hundreds of National Parks dedicated to preserving Americaís most beautiful landscapes.

Living in California, I havenít visited many of the parks in the eastern United States (on my to-do list) but I have spent much time exploring the National Parks of the Western United States: Yosemite National Park, Grand Tetons National Park, Glacier National Park, and the national parks of the Colorado Plateau and Southwest - Bryce Canyon, Zion, Arches, Canyonlands and the Grand Canyon. Iíve visited them numerous times over the years, capturing their beauty in different seasons and light. Itís a tough job, but somebody has to do it!

These side-lit dunes in Death Valley National Park remind me of a woman laying on her side.
With the vegetation starting to change colors, the sandstone wall in the background added a graphic compliment to this row of bushes and trees in Capital Reef National Park.
Crater Lake in early morning light.
An approaching storm in Death Valley was cause for concern until it switched directions.
After a long hike down to the Colorado River and back, we crested the South Rim of the Grand Canyon just as the light was receding.
A wonderland in southern Utah, Bryce Canyon hoodoos bring out the imagination of children and adults alike.
A dusting of snow on trees in Yosemite Valley frame this famous waterfall.
Mountains in Glacier National Park are silhouetted in the morning sun
This beautiful creek in Glacier National Park was captured on an overcast day
Lake MacDonald in Glacier National Park photographed late in the afternoon.
Perhaps this Anasazi site in Canyonlands National Park was used for cermonies.
The trail heading toward Piegan Pass in Glacier National Park.
These geese were out for an early morning swim in Grand Teton National Park.
This small creek in eastern Glacier National Park was awash in color when we arrived.
The sun shone for just a second at sunrise behind this famous arch in Canyonlands National Park.
Lichen covered rocks glow along a creek in Yosemite National Park.
Glacier National Park is a beautiful mountain paradise.
Early morning sunshine highlights the sand pattern in these dunes in Death Valley National Park.
The uplift of the earth's crust is clearly visible in the Waterpocket Fold along the eastern edge of Capital Reef National Park.
The rolling hills at Zabriskie Point in Death Valley National Park showing dramtically different erosion patterns.
The aspen were glowing in the early morning light in Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming.