Every time we pick up a camera, we have the opportunity to exercise our creative expression through photography. The subjects we choose. The lighting that attracts us. The lenses we use. The shooting angles that appeal to us. The camera settings we select. What we decide to do with our images in post. All of these factors help facilitate our creative expression through photography.
One of the content areas in our Nikon 1 eBook, The Little Camera That Could, is photo art. This short article features that section of the eBook. Continue reading The Little Camera That Could: Photo Art
From time to time I quite enjoy pushing some of my images into the realm of photo art. I appreciate that not all photographers like this kind of creative treatment. This article shares a selection of abstract flower images in bas relief. Continue reading Abstract Flower Images in Bas Relief
Since we’ve been having an unusually warm start to our winter in Southern Ontario I was able to spend a number of hours in Niagara Falls experimenting with light painting yesterday evening. Continue reading Experimenting with light painting
After burning the midnight oil quite a bit recently working on a major safety video project for a client, I decided it was time to take a break so I grabbed my camera bag and headed off to the Niagara Falls area for the day. Since I’ve always enjoyed working with Topaz to add more dramatic and artistic impressions to some of my images, I wanted to see if I could capture some waterfall images that could work as ‘photo art’. So, what follows are some abstract waterfall images. Continue reading Abstract Waterfall Images
For many photographers the use of software programs like Topaz to apply an ‘art treatment’ to a photographic image is akin to heresy. Continue reading Examples of Flower Photo Art