News from Lance B. Carter
11/02/2016: Amsterdam Whitney Gallery to Show Carter's Work: Dec 9th - Jan 31st
We are proud to display a group of images at the prestigious Amsterdam Whitney International Fine Art Gallery in the in the “Heart of Chelsea”, the unrivaled, influential global epicenter of the art world. Carter's images will be on display from December 9th to January 31st with a reception on December 17th. Come join us!! http://www.amsterdamwhitneygal...
10/17/2016: Epson International Photographic Pano Awards Honors Carter
Two of Carter's panoramic photographs receive recognition in this years Pano Awards. The image "Snake River on Fire" of Grand Teton National Park was honored with a Silver Award and "Hideaway Cabin" from the Great Smoky Mountains NP received a Bronze Award. The "Hideaway Cabin" was taken with a Fuji GX617 110mm panoramic film camera to honor this old time scene. Hopefully, not a lost art. See our panoramic section on our site for the image or use this url http://www.lancebcarter.com/ph....
10/16/2016: NANPA- 2017 SHOWCASE
08/17/2016: PPA- IPC RESTULTS ARE IN AND THEY APPRECIATE CARTER
The results are in and Prof. Photographers of America (PPA) at their International Competition (IPC) has award two images, "The Magic Cavern" and "Crater Lake Ablaze", top appreciation with Loan status. They will both be displayed during the 2017 Image USA conference. Another image, Piering to the City" has made the grade with receiving a merit as well.
10/15/2015: Panoramics Get Some Love!
10/05/2015: Nature's Best Awards Brings Carter back to the Smithsonian
Carter's video Teton's Native Pilgrims awards him Highly Honored Photographer in the video category. To be displayed at the Smithsonian during the 2015 Nature's Best museum show. Check out the video at https://vimeo.com/channels/lan...
08/22/2015: PPA INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION AWARDS CARTER
The verdict is out that the PPA also likes Carter's images. His first year Carter has earned six merit points with two of his images getting the highest honors for the International Photography Competition by being awarded loan. Both "Gateway to the Pacific" and "Painting the Beach" were honored with merits while "Maine's Morning Lights" and "Orange over Blue" received the additional top honors of the IPC. This makes Carter a Gold Medalist for this year’s International Photographic Competition!
04/08/2015: Agora Gallery in NYC Features Lance B. Carter Prints
We are excited to announce that the Agora Gallery in NYC will be featuring Lance B. Carter's photography during their promotion "Illumination: An Exhibition of Fine Art Photography" from April 24 - May 14, 2015. For more details go to http://www.agora-gallery.com/artistpage/Lance_B._Carter.aspx
10/24/2014: Black & White Spider Awards
10/18/2014: "The Big Reunion" wins in NANPA's Showcase 2015 Competition
8/29/2013: "Winter's Repose" Honored by San Diego Natural History Museum
8/01/2013: Carter Wins Mulitple Awards for Panoramics
11/26/2012: Carter's Image Honored by International Loupe Awards
Carter received an award for his image "Heart of Spring" photographed in Newfoundland, Canada. This is an especially favorite image of the Northern Gannet taken in one of the largerst Gannet colonies in North America found in a remote part of Canada. The intense look of these striking birds sharing a moment of courtship pulls you in.
11/24/2012: Carter Wins an Award for Medium Format International Loupe Competition
08/05/2012: Carter's Images Awarded by Epson International Photographic Pano Awards
10/05/2011: Carter heads to Washington DC!!
Carter's image "Alaskan Tan" has placed as an Highly Honored image in this years 2011 Windland Smith Rice International Awards. The art work will be displayed at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum during 2012 and Carter will be there for the opening ceremony. The work was photographed in a very remote island sanctuary off the coast of Alaska where few have ventured.
11/17/2011: Carter Wins an Award by International Loupe Medium Format Competition
10/15/2009: Carter Chosen as Highly Honored Photographer by Windland Smith Rice Awards
Carter's image "When Heaven Touches Earth" wins him the title as a Highly Honored Photographer in the 2009 Nature's Best Windland Smith Rice International Awards. The art work will be displayed at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum during 2010 in their High Definition video. This very dramatic work is of an oncoming rainstorm at sunset in the northern part of Wyoming.