What is Fine Art Photography and Where To Find It For Affordable Prices

Confused about Fine Art Photography?

Lest start by answering a less confusing question. What is photography? Photography is the Art, Science, and Practice of Creating Images by Recording Light.

Your camera is merely a mechanism to record the light around you. The camera is an extension of your eyes, with the ability to record the light into a memory card and a piece of paper, therefore, saving it forever.

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Fine Art Photography

What is Fine Art Photography? This is a question I often get. The definition can be different for different people.

We all have different taste, different views on life, mixed emotions, and the meanings are going to be something different for all of us. To put it in simple terms Fine Art Photography is an image that is pleasing to the eyes.

For the last ten years, I have been working on perfecting my craft. It has been an incredible 10 years, and I would not trade them for anything. Photography has taken me all over the world, where I have met some of the most amazing people that have touched and compellingly changed my life.

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The Craft

During the last ten years, my primary focus has been devoted to my craft. Do not get me wrong photography is something I will always be trying to improve and still practice developing. I am a perfectionist.

Having worked with National Geographic and some of the biggest brands in the world I have developed a style and know exactly what I like, what I can do with my camera and where my passion lies.

I am entirely devoted to creating images that I love, and you can hang in your home and office.

My Goal

The reason I created my store, is to bring this vision, quality, and beauty to your home and office. I have a very large collection of images from around the world, and as I continue to travel, I keep adding photos on a daily basis to this incredible gallery.

My purpose is to bring you Fine Art Photography at affordable prices but retain the quality I am known for.

When you take one of my images home, you are not just hanging any picture, you are bringing part of me into your home. My passion, my values, my eyes and the vision of the beautiful world we live in. This is something I want to share with the world and translate that harmony into your walls.Miami Pop art for home and office, Miami photos fine art phtography

These images are printed on the best possible materials and delivered to your front door ready to hang. To learn a bit more check out the new site and please share it with your friends and social media.


La Oia Santorini Sunset

What is an Epic Sunset?

To me, the definition of an epic sunset is one that moves you. One that does something to you on an emotional level. 

You know when you are looking into the distance lost in thought when all the sudden a really great memory pops into your head making you smile from ear to ear? That’s it, that’s what an epic sunset is all about. 

I shot this photo in La Oia Santorini. As I sat there at the old castle ruins,  with my feet hanging over the edge waiting for that epic moment for the sun to show up. I close my eyes, take a deep breath of fresh air, my lungs inflate like balloons right before I exhale. When I open my eyes, the overwhelming orange from the sun surrounds me putting a massive grin on my face. 

I love when everything comes together. It all starts with you being there on time to catch the action when and if it happens. In this particular case, the movement began and it came with a fury. There were about 50 photographers around me, and as the sun made its way down, you could hear a pin drop. 

Everyone sat still, all the sudden all you could hear was cameras clicking away into the sunset.  Santorini is one of those places where there is something magical in the air. Something pure, I like to call it joy. As you look around, all you see is smiles looking into the epic La Oia Santorini sunset. 

The gear I used for this particular shot: Nikon D800 with a Nikon 70-200mm  I used this lens to compress the sun into my image. Notice how I made sure that boat was in place before I clicked the shutter. A MeFOTO tripod. I edit all my images with my Lightroom Presets download them and give them a try.

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Have you ever been to La Oia Santorini