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Unbelievable Masterpieces of Photographic Art

April 11th, 2011 • by Sandy Zimmerman

By Sandy Zimmerman  

(COVER and All Photographs in this article by the William Carr Gallery)

While walking around the Planet Hollywood Hotel waiting to review one of their shows, I noticed one of the most magnificent galleries.

The gallery was amazing, it was the William Carr Gallery and I interviewed the amazing William Carr, the amazing photographer, artist, or whatever you want to call him.

Sandy:  “How would you describe yourself, photographic artist or master of the arts?”

William:  “I am really known as William Carr Modern Master of Photography. My wife and I have been traveling around the world for many years collecting poignant imagery for display in this gallery.”

Sandy:  “But the photographic art is unique, they are not like any other paintings or photography and the detail is just amazing.”

William:  “Yes, the detail is amazing, I shoot with a high resolution, high definition camera with a tremendous amount of intonation built into each image so when you blow them up they have incredible detail.

The color gamut is extremely wide, so the colors have a tendency to pop out.”

Sandy:  “You see the leaves around the branches, the little lines in a house, it is just amazing. I keep saying that, but it is amazing.

William: “The people come here from all over the world and they recognize many of the areas that we photographed- Europe, Germany, France, Austria, Japan, Hong Kong, China, and Singapore as well as in the United States.

Bringing back all of that incredible imagery for people to have in a sense a new window in the world of life.”

Discover the Ultimate is honoring William Carr for bringing his travels to life.  Anyone who is seeking Las Vegas attractions, unique photographic galleries, places to go, and unique photography will want to experience his work.

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Unbelievable Masterpieces of Photographic Art

(Photo Above:

William Carr in the field.)

Sandy: "These are famous scenes around the world, some are nature studies, but we see it differently when it is one of yours."

William:  "Correct, a lot of people have said they saw photos of the same image, the same location, the same view, but for some reason I have a way of capturing it a little bit differently than the average photographer.

This is a personal point of view being an intuitive observer which allows me to be able to sense something a little different in the scene, maybe with a different lens, a different angle on the subject."

Sandy:  "You must see the scene differently through your eyes."

William: "Correct. Ten photographers in a row all shooting the same scene each capture it differently.

Sometimes by underexposing or overexposing the light slightly, by changing the focal length of a lens, or cropping out information that other photographers included in their image but maybe it is not needed.

For example, many photographers show up at a scene while the sun is shining and everyone is waiting for the magic light to appear.

They set up their equipment, shot through the light in a sense, then they start picking up their equipment when the light is waning.

I will be the last one at the scene and continue shooting.

People ask how I got that image.

I lingered longer waiting for the light to do something special that other photographers don't get.

People entered my William Carr Gallery in order to see for themselves.

They don't believe it."

Sandy: "Yes, to "really" experience  your work, they have to see how the light   plays on the scene and the 3D effect."

William: "We print on a very unique compound that most photographers will not use.

Our system took around 8-10 years to develop.

It was an old roller press mounting system process developed and started in casino industry.

It is called Bella Glass.

They wanted to be able to show the different slot machines with light behind the graphics inside the machines.

The graphic was actually face mounted the backside of the glass.

We took one step further with a piece   of high impact acrylic face mounted with    UV inhibitors allowing the colors  to last for a long, long time."

William Carr Gallery an inspiring setting to relax and experience an unbelievable exhibit of MASTERPIECES of photographic art.

They have several rooms in which to demonstrate the photographs different lighting comparable to your or office.

For information, call William Carr, the Modern Master of Photography, at 888-1088.

Step Inside the World of the William Carr Gallery, at the Miracle Mile Shopping Center, inside the Planet Hotel. Open Daily: 10 am-midnight.