Welcome to photomaru.com, featuring the photography of Mark Reichert. Please bear with us as we are in the process of expanding our shop's selection of prints, print sizes, and folios. In the meantime—whether shopping or not—please enjoy the current selection of images.
October 8, 2013
Click through for my Who is Magdalena? submission page...
November 2, 2011
Thanks to Photography: The Art of Seeing for choosing "Alexandra" as the winner in its October "Faces" contest.
August 21, 2011
At long last I took a few pictures of angel wings this afternoon—they don't just fall out of the sky you know!—and Alexandra finally gets, or is starting to get, her wings... If there's one you like better than others, let me know!
May 30, 2011
A few images of and around Frank Gehry's new 8 Spruce Street in Manhattan...
May 15, 2011
From a stroll around the studio of Josephine Sacabo while waiting on an etching plate to dry...
May 13, 2011
With an assist by an antique mirror in the studio of Josephine Sacabo, some images of Alexandra and Veronica, both of whom were nice enough to model during blow drying breaks the first day of a recent photogravure printing workshop with Josephine. Thanks to both of them for their collaboration!
May 1, 2011
Thanks to Light, Space & Time for recognizing "Daybreak" in its May CityScapes exhibition.
April 21, 2011
Mark will be printing photogravures with Josephine Sacabo at an upcoming workshop in New Orleans. If you're a wedding or portrait client and would like to have one favorite image considered for hand-printing in a warm monotone on watercolor paper, please contact him with a list of a few of your favorite images. Ms. Sacabo's […]
April 5, 2011
Feel the need for a little Sister Sledge to put the groove (back) into your day? Check out the first pass through Salinda, Todd and Julia's "Family" photo session...
February 16, 2011
Thanks to the huge crowds that came out for Nude Nite Orlando, and to those that stopped to admire "Water Holding," with insightful comments on the circular frame-in-frame composition and the implications of the New Orleans quote, to the simpler, tactile tracing of a nipple by a husband for his pregnant wife, and eloquent reviews […]