Jacob has been creating art ever since he was a child and continues to approach the world with eyes wide open. Born and raised in West Texas Jacob began photographing what he saw at age 8 and has continued to hone his craft, photographing weddings and fine art portraiture all over the United States and the world. Oilfield Imaging was born out of a curiosity with the oil business as well as a desire to showcase a different perspective of the industry. Jacob is not your traditional photographer, always striving to bring a unique perspective and dramatic flair to his images no matter the subject.
All prints are done using an Epson wide-format printer which uses a 10-channel, drop-on-demand, ink jet print head with 11-cartridges containing professional-level pigment-based ink technology Epson UltraChrome HDR ink. Not your normal desktop printer.
Media used is the highest quality archival certified, OBA-free combination of canvas and fine art paper and as of December 2012 includes Breathing Color "Lyve" canvas, "Vibrance Rag", and "Vibrance Metallic" papers. All canvas prints are protected using "Glamour 2" an award-winning and proprietary canvas varnish (and/or giclee varnish) to protect, preserve and enhance the finished canvas prints.
Limited Edition: Currently we are offering images in a limited quantity of 25 or less. Images are signed, numbered and come with a certificate.
Open Edition: We only offer a few images this way. Images maybe signed however are not numbered nor do they come with a certificate.
Printing: There isn't a huge warehouse where hundreds of prints are waiting for shipping. We print these images, and they are finished ready to hang images. Your image will be printed once payment has been received.
Ordering: We are sending invoices via PayPal that you complete yourself. You don't need to be a PayPal member to make payment and your credit card information remains safe & secure. Once we learn the shipping costs we will then contact you with an second invoice.
Options: Canvas prints - you have the option of ordering a ready to hang image (stretched). Paper images are likewise shipped rolled unless they are small enough (16x20) to be shipped flat. All you need to do is take the paper image to your local framer.
Shipping: Shipping of a stretched canvas can be expensive running several hundreds of dollars in the case of a large print. All prints are shipped with a tracking number provided and insured.
Pricing: Prices vary based on size, type, and the edition the prints. All images are available to license for your publication or report.
Please feel free to contact for more information on ordering using the "contact" section or below.