one or the many good photo(s) you’ve produced and market
them for a very affordable price to a broad clientele is our
image is selected with the competence and knowledge of Creative
Director and Fine Art Gallery Owner Rolf Goellnitz
and his partner(s),
competent experts recruited from Museums or the Visual Communication
The Good PhotoÈ is open to work with any photographer, amateur
or professional, who fulfills the selection criteria, business
terms and conditions of The Good PhotoÈ.
The Good PhotoÈ is your competent and attractive source to buy
for a very reasonable price. Each Photograph
is sold for a price between $9.99 and $999.00. The price does
not include framing, matting, shipping, sales tax and insurance!
The Good PhotoÈ:
- - Is offering a virtual platform under www.thegoodphoto.com
- Is organizing Photo Exhibitions and Photo Events Workshops and
- Is doing research on photography sources and any photo or photo
history related issue
cooperating with photographers around the world
- Is managing photography related services like:printing, matting
- Is consulting how to present, display and hang photographs
- Is consulting how to establish a collection
- Is organizing and presenting “The Good Photo” Award
- Is publishing Photo books, DVDs, Catalogs and Editions (Starting
Rolf Goellnitz (Founder)
Born in Germany, Rolf Goellnitz is presently living in California.
He has been working internationally for almost 20 years as a Creative
Director (Art), developing successful campaigns. His work gained him
numerous National and International Awards. He is the founder and owner
of the OMC Gallery for Contemporary Art, which focuses on International
Photography and he has curated nearly 50 exhibitions since 1999.
by the statement of world renown artist Joseph Beuys “
Each Human is an Artist” and due to his true belief that there
are thousands of photos made every year, which are good photos, he
developed the idea to establish a platform, which contributes to that
Dominic Moschetti (Co-Founder)
Born in Newark New Jersey, by way of Philadelphia, Colorado
and presently living in California. Dominic's educational concentration
has always been in the arts of painting and photography. Never
really finding his way through traditional schooling, he found
his teacher: the real world.
1995 that real world teacher took him to Europe to study the art
on the walls of the Louvre, Musée
d' Orsay and the Prado. Then to Columbia, South America, it
was along these travels his sense of style, design, color,
composition, humanity and self were further developed.
working as freelance art director and owner VIDA
In life…don't take pictures...make them...find the humanity
in your subject.”
A tip for life: find someone who is supportive and encouraging
as you pursue your artistic endeavors.