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The Definition of Fine Art Photography

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December 31st, 2012 - 06:45 PM

The term fine art photography is used to refer to work created with such a desire in mind, to articulate an impression, a feeling about, or relationship with the world. When I use my camera it's not only to capture a moment in time, but to preserve that moment in the most artistic way possible. Not being a painter I use HDR to create a feeling of painted images in some of my photography. It is meant to enhance the photo, not to replace it. In my natural light photography I use light to paint the artistic image I want to project to my patrons.

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