Fine Art Snapshots
These aren't really snapshots. I usually make blended exposures and sometimes panoramas to be photomerged, but these pictures are intended to be quick impressions to share on my website and social media. It’s important to me to always be making pictures, so I always make sure to bring my Fujifilm X-T10 with me in case something speaks to me. And it usually does…
One from outside the Tatum House that uses reflection. This is a self-portrait. I work with reflection in a lot of my fine art photography. My first major series uses reflection to depict the architectural landscape of small towns. It’s titled, naturally, “Reflections On the American Small Town,” and can be seen here on my website.
A landscape of the front yard of the Tatum House that uses reflection. I work with reflection in a lot of my fine art photography. My first major series uses reflection to depict the architectural landscape of small towns. It’s titled, naturally, “Reflections On the American Small Town,” and can be seen here on my website.
It seemed to take a while for the leaves to turn and fall this past year. So, when we finally got some fall foliage beginning to happen I wanted to make some pictures.
Right before Christmas we had some warmer weather and a beautiful sky filled with alto cumulus clouds, here tinged with the setting sun.
Strong outlines against a dramatic sky is one of my favorite formal relationships. The barn structure and a ‘Big Sky’ connotes a very American theme. Andrew Wyeth is really at the heart of a lot of my pictures. This one is just a relatively quick one, and I don’t typically photograph farm structures, but this one worked nicely. I also liked the tree top just reaching into the frame.
More to come…
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