All photos are currently available for sale as prints. I am able to print in a wide variety of sizes and formats, primarily using metal, acrylic, and satin polyvinyl (Xpozer). All printing is of archival quality. For color images, I highly recommend considering metal or acrylic, as I feel this process provides a modern look and produces a very vibrant photo. I can also discuss matting and framing options. Some images are released as part of limited editions. Please contact me to request a quote. Pricing will vary depending on image size, shape, medium, framing, and shipping options. Most orders will take approximately two weeks to process. Personal delivery is free within the Santa Barbara area. If you do not receive an immediate response from me, please be patient. I am frequently on the road taking new photos, often in areas with poor connectivity to the outside world.
If you would like to use one of my photos for advertising, publication, web usage, or any other commercial ventures, please contact me to discuss licensing terms and costs. If you would like access to a digital photo for educational or non-profit use, I offer low to no cost options, provided certain terms are agreed to. No photo can be physically printed or used without permission.
If there is a particular subject, location, or theme you're searching for, and you did not find it in my portfolio, please feel free to ask me. This online portfolio is only a small sample of my work. I currently have over 20,000 images, and I'm adding more all the time. I have taken photographs throughout most of the United States. Internationally, I have photos from Antarctica, Argentina, Armenia, Baja Mexico, Cambodia, Canada, China, Ecuador, Egypt, Georgia, India, Jordan, Nepal, Peru, and Turkey. I am also currently open to contracts and assignments.
Brent Leftwich Photography is a strong supporter of our public lands. Currently, 25% of sales will go to the Use Your Lands project. This project consists of a combination of photographic visuals, narratives, and informational pieces detailing our natural, cultural and archaeological wonders on federal, state, and local lands. While initially a two day exhibition, the hope is to turn this into a traveling exhibit and continuing web series.
Also, please feel free to contact me with any questions, comments, or feedback. I would love to hear from you.