For This Screen Star, Rock Photography Gets Personal
Alec Baldwin loves photography. That was clear from the first time we met several years ago at Rock Paper Photo’s launch party when a just-released photo of a young Michael Jackson stopped the actor dead in his tracks. Now comfortably occupying the guest curator’s chair, the star has hand-picked a few dozen photos of music and film legends who inspire him – The Stones, The Beatles, Elizabeth Taylor and others. For him, rock photography get personal. “Rock ‘n roll photography – with the artwork, the liner notes, the lyrics - it was a huge part of the experience for me when I was young,” he shared with guests at a Rock Paper Photo event celebrating the release of his curated collection. We hear you, Mr. Baldwin.
Printed to gallery standards by leading industry professionals using archival materials. Photographs are printed on a range of fine art papers including fiber based, resin coated, matte and pearl finish. Pigment prints are produced with archival inks. All prints are produced from the original negative or a high resolution scan from that negative.
Authentication takes several forms: hand-signed by the photographer, estate-stamped or embossed with an official seal. Every print we sell has been authenticated by the copyright holder - in most cases, directly by the individual photographer who captured the image. The copyright holder can also be a legal representative of the photographer, such as his or her or estate, a music label or a photo agency. Each print is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
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