Fine art photography is photography created in accordance with the vision of the artist as photographer.
I take images in this area of photography as the image arises. It has to look interesting or be of a conversational piece.
Within this gallery are firework explosions, an exothermic reaction, which form beautiful traces across the night sky. Sky explosions always look very impressive. The ignition of gun powder lighting up the sky with colourful streaks.
Sand footprints, such as a visit from Robinson Crusoe. I came across this print in the sands, I wondered, who made these, where were they going?
There is a small selection of images which feature stream traction engines, technology from a bygone age.
Rock faces have always interested me, the form, the colour and the intricate design.
An old AA box, found by the roadside in Wales.
Glass dumps [paper weights] seen close at hand.
Pouring pills, a conversational piece.
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I have discovered photography. Now I can kill myself. I have nothing else to learn. — Pablo Picasso
Own your own new form of picasso, as represented by SDL Photography
There doesn’t seem to be a definitive explanation or definition for what Fine Art Photography is, Art photography is down to the actual person viewing the image. It is a personal thing.
Like marmite, you love it or hate it.