The collection of Elvis photographs comes from a discovery of negatives made by recognized artist/photographer Lynn Goldsmith in 1974. They were purchased out of her love for both photography and for Elvis. Research was done to try and find out who the various photographers were, but other than finding one of them and returning his negatives to him, any more information on any of the photographers was never found. Lynn stored the photographs for many years as they were badly scratched or torn. By the year 2000, scanning of film and retouching techniques allowed her to bring back the color as well as, repair the scratches and tears in many of the images. Lynn is now able to make these portraits of Elvis taken at the height of his career available. The prints are unlimited editions which are printed with archival inks and paper under her supervision. They come with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by Lynn that the image is part of her collection.
These images can be ordered as color, black and white, or sepia.