Fine art photography originally saw itself squarely in the realm of Black and White images. Though I do capture almost all my photos in color these days, I continue to look for ones that will clearly show sparkle and mood to turn it into a black and white image. Some don't really shine until you give it a tint. All photographs here are for sale.
Portraits I create have deep focus on the person, and I often
use romantic blurs to create Hollywood-like styling without the obvious
look of a specific time period. I do not market my
portraiture services aggressively. My objective, first
and foremost, is to create for you a beautiful image.
Most of us see the world in color, but not all colors affect us the same.
Some of us, unfortunately, can't see colors at all, while others are severely
impaired in some way. But any color, even white, has hundreds of
varying shades, and we each see color with our own biases and
Near my house, every Summer on Tuesday evenings, the local classic car enthusiasts club meets. When I get home early enough, I go down the road and try to do a little shooting. I try to capture closeups as much as possible because the parking lot is usually crowded and filled with people, which doesn't make for great images.
Sometime about a year or so, I started seeing rust in a new way. I began to find the red and yellow and browns very rich, and so I began amassing a collection of images of Rust. These are just a sampling, and as the months go by I'll be adding to it.