Limited Edition Photography
Texas based landscape photographer



Why 995 limited prints?

Because these prints have to support me and my family for the rest of my life. Once they are sold out, I can never again sell them. I wanted to give you something special, but at the same time, I wanted it to be collectible and an investment in me as a photographer.

Why 24x36" and 36x54" sizes?

Amazing landscape photography should be enjoyed as large as you can possibly make it! These are sizes that really show off the print in all it's glory, and they become an artwork centerpiece in your home to talk about with others. They truly are epic to see at these sizes! 

Why are framed prints so much more expensive?

Normally a framed print is not that big of a deal, but Joe hand makes every single frame himself. He literally goes to the local mom and pop hardware store and chooses the wood for each and every frame. He then cuts, sands, stains and builds every frame until it meets his extremely high standards. The framed print is then matched with a crystal clear piece of acrylic that makes the print look breathtaking! Through it all, Joe signs and puts his stamp on the frame with little hidden signatures. He's a huge collector of things, so he is really big on making each piece super special in one way or another!

Will the price go up over time?

Yes. As the limited edition sells more, the price will gradually go up due to popular demand. 

Can I resell these pictures in the future?

That's totally up to you. We have no idea what the future will bring, as far as prices go, but we do document every single piece and your certificate of authenticity will validate your print if you do ever decide to sell it in the future.

What's the purpose of the Certificate of Authenticity (COA)?

The COA serves as a verification tool to let you know that you have an authentic limited edition Joe Hendricks Photography print. Never lose your COA, as it will match perfectly with the print you order. Framed and Gallery pieces come with a COA attached to the back of each framed print. They should never be separated. Gallery pieces in particular have special details about where and when your gallery piece was displayed.