Category Archives: Fine Art


Get Real!

As a traditional artist, I often find myself trying to coax realistic, artistic expressions from dumb, cold machines and programs that have no soul. As this digital illustration shows, it’s the operator, the person with […]

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Flamingo Fine Art

I’ve had this flamingo photo sitting around for a while and gave myself the challenge of putting it in a different environment to make an interesting piece of art from it. Well, as the wonderful […]

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Location scouting produces fine art


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“The Clearing”

Sometimes you find yourself on a predictable road or going through the motions and then suddenly something gets your attention. This photo of a bright opening up ahead breaks the monotony of endless greenery on […]

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Let Freedom Ring!

So good to know that even though the country is going through rough times, we still have something to celebrate! Now, I know that to make exciting fireworks photos, you should include a foreground element […]

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Fleeting moments

There’s a lot of meaning in this photograph… for me, anyway. This young boy has captured something fleeting, a dragonfly… I’ve capture a unique, once in a lifetime moment with a click of the shutter. […]

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Colorado clouds

A while back I wrote a post about visiting some friends in Colorado. One evening as I was drinking in the view and enjoying the slow pace of life on the ranch, this huge monster […]

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Polo partners

I recently attended my first polo game. So much action and movement that’ll make a photographer’s mouth water. Here, I decided to come in tight to focus on these gorgeous animals and went a step […]

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