This portfolio contains Epson Ultrachrome prints on Hahnemuhle Baryta paper. Portfolio 2 is produced in an edition of 100, with 20 artists’ proofs. Owning this Portfolio of rare and beautiful photographs gives you an instant image collection with which to reflect on the fine art of this ensemble of brilliantly talented image makers. We have this portfolio on display in the gallery.Read more
The staff of Bergen County Camera and Gallery 270 wish you peace, joy, and inspiration this holiday season, throughout 2023, and always. As the destination for photographic inspiration, we’re grateful to each of you for your support in 2022 and continuously for the past 42 years of our growth! We recognize that we’re only able to continue our work and pay it forward, because of your ongoing kind patronage. We extend our heartfelt gratitude for your overwhelming support, and for allowing us to help you capture, create, exalt, cherish, and celebrate life’s important moments. And in your honor, as part of our commitment to our community and in honor of both customers and staff, we’re continuing our donations to some of our area’s most worthy and deserving non-profits that you can learn more about by clicking on their logos here- Bergen PAC, BVMI, Fyke Nature Association, NY/NJ Trail Conference, Palisades Nature Association, Table To Table.
Be safe, be merry, be well!
Tom and Bob Gramegna
Co-Founders and Staff of Bergen County Camera and Gallery 270
Image: George Tice, Sledding in Westside Park, Newark, NJ, 
8×10 toned silver gelatin print, printed later, on display in the current Gallery 270 show Lifework: The Enigmatic and Obscure
Thanks to all who came out to for the overwhelming reception given George Tice and his daughters Lisa and Jennifer ! The June 2nd Lifework book signing sold every copy in stock and a good portion of the replacement order that’s due to arrive soon.
We’ve heard from many who’d like to have attended, and due to the great success, and how much everybody, including the Tices , enjoyed themselves and Lifework the Tices are looking forward to a repeat visit! The “Second Signing” at Gallery 270 is on Thursday July 21 from 7-9PM . You can sign up now on Eventbrite and pre order the books that George can then personalize for you.
George Tice will be visiting Gallery 270 in Westwood, NJ on Thursday July 21st from 7 pm – 9 pm for a book signing. At the center of this event is his new book “Lifework – Photographs 1953 – 2013.” You can meet George Tice and his daughters Lisa and Jennifer and have your book[s] personalized at this free event on Thursday, June 2 from 7 pm – 9 pm. In addition to George’s latest book, Gallery 270 will have other Tice titles on display and available for purchase.
About the book Lifework chronicles the extraordinary career of George Tice, one of the most celebrated American photographers of the modern age. Beginning with his photographs of The Bowery in the early fifties, Tice has used his camera to document the people and places of everyday America that often go overlooked. This beautiful hardbound book contains photographs from all of Tice’s major bodies of work, as well as images that have never been published.
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Please join us on May 3rd 2018 from 7-9pm at Gallery 270 to introduce our upcoming show, Leonard Freed’s A Concerned Worldview.
“I’m more involved with the people in the world around me and their relationship to the world around them. I use technology as a tool to penetrate this world. After all, the photos I take don’t come from the camera, but from me.” Read more
The book that had its beginnings with Michael Massaia’s spring 2015 exhibition at Gallery 270, Scenes From A Childhood is finally ready to be appreciated as a beautiful, unique book in two editions! Brilliant Press in Exton, PA was chosen as our publishing partner for their unsurpassed print quality, attention to detail and old world craftsmanship evident in every aspect of the book. The 96 page book with 73 photographic plates printed in rich duotone and glorious color is $65. They include photographs from four of Michael Massaia’s portfolios: Afterlife /QuietNow/Saudade/Tr
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The Deluxe Limited Edition is offered as a signed and numbered edition of 100 with 30 artist proof (AP) and 15 Hors Commerce (HC) copies. Housed in a clamshell box with book well and elegant ribbon pull, it is accompanied by an inner folio with two signed and numbered 11×14 original photographs made by the artist. The first is a toned silver gelatin print of “Point Pleasant Funhouse” from the series Afterlife; the second is a pigment print of “Sponge-Bob” from the series Transmogrify. This Deluxe Limited Edition will be in stock sometime in May/June 2017 and begins at $1000.
You can secure $300 savings now with the pre-publication price of $700 by concluding your purchase before its expected delivery date in May/June 2017.
Westwood, NJ – March 3, 2014 – Bergen County Camera proudly announces an upcoming series of lectures entitled, “Evening With An Artist”. Each lecture will feature a professional photographer discussing their topic of mastery. The “Evening With An Artist” series begins March 26th as local photo legend, Melchior Digiacomo, joins us from 7 pm until 9 pm at the Westwood Community Center. Mel has spent much of his life photographing everything from the streets of Antigua to the US Open and specializes in capturing the moment naturally. Mel will discuss the importance of getting to the right place at the right time to create photographs that capture the essence of the moment.
“Evening With An Artist” lectures are intended to provide knowledge and inspiration to both amateur and professional photographers. Each lecture will be two hours in length and cost $50 per person. Future “Evening With An Artist” lectures, featuring Canon Explorers of Light and Nikon ambassadors, will be announced on bergencountycamera.com in the coming weeks. Tickets are now available for “Evening With An Artist” featuring Melchior Digiacomo.
For more information, call Bergen County Camera at (201)664-4113.
Submissions are limited to one image per person.
All images should be color corrected and cropped to an 11×14 aspect ratio.
The show’s theme is “Water”.
All submissions with artist information must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 1st, 2014.
A local photographer or panel of photographers will judge the show and select approximately 20 final images to be featured in the show.
All images will be shown on Bergen County Camera’s Facebook page and BergenCountyCamera.com and the top 20 images will be framed and hung in the gallery for the show.
The finalists will need to submit their own 11×14 print. We will mat and frame all finalist images. Finalists will be offered a Free Consultation and a Special Price for images printed through Bergen County Camera.
The opening will be on Thursday, April 10th from 7-9pm in Westwood.
The show will remain on display until April 26th.
At this time there is a possibility of a second showing at an off site location. More details on this show will become available at a later time.
Sale price of images will be determined after finalists have been selected. We will advise customers on sale prices if needed.
Bergen County Camera shall be entitled to a 20% commission for any featured art sold during this show.
We look forward to seeing some fascinating work. Good luck!
Most photo books are only printed in small quantities, often less than 5000 and some as few as 1000 copies. Some individual artist made books are made one at a time. Most well printed photo books accrues additional collectible status when it is a first edition and or signed by the artist. All the major auction houses like Swann, Christies and Sotheby’s run regular auctions dedicated to photo books. Truly affordable works of art when first released, individual books can rise quickly and dramatically in value as the small quantity sell out.
They make the perfect gift for those difficult to buy for. Pick a subject, person, or time in history and chances are we have a beautiful photo book that’s topical and strikes a resplendent chord for an individual. Since we are music fanatics here, you could guess that we represent some of the finest photographers in the world of music. We have a great selection of their books, many of which have been signed.
Photography collecting is widely misunderstood to be very limited to only those whose bank accounts stretch to seven or more figures. Many people that I speak to about fine art photography collecting believe that they must make a bold move like purchasing a museum grade Ansel Adams photograph to enter the field and nothing could be further from the truth. I believe that photography collecting is very democratic and can start with nothing more then a deep love for the medium. It is a very natural extension that’s easily accessible to all who enjoy any aspect of picture making themselves.
The photography field has so many niches that photo books offer an almost universal appeal. Stop in at Bergen County Camera or Gallery 270 to check out our large selection of photo books.
Due to circumstances beyond our control, the Peter Liepke Show scheduled to be shown in Gallery 270 at Bergen County Camera has been rescheduled for 2014. We apologize for the inconvenience. George Tice’s show “George Tice at Seventy Five: Sixty Years in Photography” will continue being show at Gallery 270 in Bergen County Camera for the immediate future.
We are proud to announce our partnership with Gallery 53 in New York City for Baron Wolman’s “Icons of Rock and Roll”. The exhibit will be opening on October 24th from 7pm-9pm. Running through January 9th, “Icons of Rock and Roll” will highlight some of Baron Wolman’s best images of rock and roll’s greatest artists. Refreshments will be served. Gallery 53 is located at 246 East 53rd Street between 2nd & 3rd Ave in Midtown Manhattan, 10022. Need directions to Gallery 53? Click Here
Baron Wolman will also be joining us on October 26th at 9:30am for a Special Saturday Morning Session, “The Story Behind the Pictures”. Baron will treat us to some of his favorite stories behind his images. After the session, Baron will also be available to sign and personalize books. We hope you can join us.
We also have an extremely exciting opportunity to announce. Baron is offering a select number of photographers the opportunity to have him review your portfolio. On October 25th and 26th between 1-4pm Baron will be at Bergen County Camera in Westwood, NJ to offer advise and recommendations to upcoming photographers. For just $25, you can reserve your spot to sit down the the Legendary Rock and Roll Photographer himself. If you sign up for the portfolio review, you will be able to purchase a Baron signed 8×10 historic pigment print of Santana at Woodstock for $50.00 (normally $100) and Baron’s signed iconic 11×14 Multiplex for $175.00 (normally $350). This opportunity is limited to just 18 photographers and is sure to sell out quickly, so sign up soon.