By Sarah Jacobs
This is the fourth blog post in a series from our newest guide Selling Fine Art Photography. Download it here.
In October 2010, Peter Carroll witnessed a unique event at one of Australia’s most prized natural wonders: Uluru, a sacred rock formation in central Desert Country. It was one of those rare times of torrential rainfall, causing short-lived streams to run down the red rock and create dramatic color changes—all of which were captured on film by Peter. He sent one of the images to an Australian newspaper, and soon after the image was being showcased by …read more