Digital photography allows the artist to translate that which is present in the real world into that which is in the mind of the artist – his vision.
The camera and lens capture the depth and detail as well as crops the image in an effort to bring order out of chaos. Post-processing allows for the enhancements to the raw image which fulfill this vision. Finally, like anything in life, the end result is limited by the raw input.
All three are integral in fulfilling this vision.
My goal is to create images which translate the real world to my vision of fine art. Fine art adds a third dimension. It becomes classic – something that doesn’t go out of style. It is quality vs. quantity. It becomes more than a picture someone took – it appears as a painting someone created.
Here are some of my other sites:
“TacBright” is all about tactical gear – flashlight, knives and even first aid equipment. This site is not only about recommending and reviewing the best tactical gear available, it also covers a knowledge base of information about how to best use this gear. It’s a one stop resource for quality tactical and outdoor gear.
“The Wrist Watch” is all about mechanical watches. Their history, lore and passion. This site not only reviews and recommends, it explores the background and stories behind the ubiquitous wristwatch. There is something alluring about mechanical creations. Mankind’s ability to create is reflective of our creator and with wristwatches we have the ability to herald this artistic characteristic.