There are many ways of seeing things, many possibilities of interpretation. As a fine art photographer, I strive to show my vision, my interpretation of a scene or an object to the viewer. It is up to the viewer to look at and see my 'finished' vision as they wish to see it or interpret it.
The Rocky Mountain like geometric peaks and sharp lines of the Denver Art Museum beckons to be photographed.
December 2012. It was an early, cloudy Central Coast morning when I set out with camera, tripod, and my ND1000 filter to capture the wonder and beauty of the area I come from. I shot California Shell Beach Rocks (below) on this day and recently made it into my vision of what I wanted it to be.
My intention was to begin a black and white series of mostly long exposure photographs of the ocean and shoreline between Oso Flaco and Avila Beach all the way up to the Monterey Peninsula. It has grown to include color and experimenting with techniques I previously had not tried.
While on the coast again in August, I bought a Tiffen 77VND (77MM VARIABLE ND FILTER) so I could work on refining these new techniques with a little more control. For those of you that are looking for such a filter, I can highly recommend it.
Oso Flaco is a place you should visit on the Central Coast.
I spent an afternoon with cameras and gear shooting in this wonderland.
Walking along the dunes at Grover Beach, I saw trees bathed in light atop a small hill ...