Archive | Fine Art Photography

Fine art photography refers to photographs that are created in accordance with the creative vision of the photographer as artist. Fine art photography stands in contrast to photojournalism, which provides visual support for stories, mainly in the print media, and commercial photography, the primary focus of which is to sell products or services.

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How To Catch Light In Motion

I had a great opportunity come to fruition this past week that has been in the works for about 4 months. Haus Fortuna is an incredible shop in Petaluma that specializes in elegant imported Italian ceramics and high-end housewares. They also feature local artists. I officially have over 50 pieces for sale in the retail […]

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Sleeping Giants

While on my way to a seminar in South San Francisco I noticed a few parked trains under an overpass. I made a mental note of their location because I had to see if I could find them after the seminar was over and photograph them. After the seminar I rushed back to where I […]

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Mind Bending Inspiration

Here is one of my fine art collage pieces. I love this style of fine art as it keeps the eye moving and the mind guessing. By layering multiple photos, adjusting opacity, and using different blending modes I am able to create this type of imagery. I learned this technique form Jim DiVitale who I […]

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Flame on

Flame on

I captured this image from the 2008 Sonoma County Hot Air Balloon Classic. For some reason I became fascinated with the flame units and now I have over 100 images of them. I fear that I may have missed some great shots due this obsession.  The 2009 Sonoma County Hot Air Balloon Classic is coming […]

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