Fine Art Photography
When, while the lovely valley teems with vapour around me, and the meridian sun strikes the upper surface of the impenetrable foliage of my trees.
Photography is an art
It’s about finding extra-ordinary
In an ordinary place
Capturing the true beauty of landscape can be a long process but one I enjoy immensely.
Aside from the technical aspect of taking a beautiful shot, it includes scoping out a location, travel planning, and hiking to reach those hard places to frame that perfect view.
I am motivated to continuously improve my technical ability and train my eye in order to capture the natural beauty of challenging landscapes.
Chasing good light and beautiful subjects such as cloud formations, light breaks and ruppled multicoloured skies, from a unique perspective, is a joyful part of this practice.
More so being there choosing which part of the landscape to capture, and composing the best shot to record and honour the beautiful world we live in.
Being around nature, to capture moments and share the beauty of this world with others. To remember time and archive time spent better than the modern world would prefer. To take time and practice patience with use of precision to capture art.
A camera is merely a tool, a paint brush and paint set – the earth with set times, conditions and perspective set some of the best art available in real-time. A camera can capture this view and print allows it to be shared. I strive to be around the worlds beauty, to capture and share it.
You don’t take a photograph, you make it.
The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away.