We all need a safe haven and a place to call “home”.
No clearly defined focal point and somewhat chaotic. A bit like life itself at times.
Who decides what is art anyway? The artist? The art critic? The spectator?
This is a shot of a car park exit. I take pictures every time I’m there. I haven’t got a good one yet, but I think I’m getting closer.
Sometimes photography is all about being at the right place at the right time – with a camera.
It isn’t of course, but I thought it had a “Japanese” feel to it. A quick, grab shot while I was out walking the other day. I only managed to take one shot before the bird flew away. Couldn’t have done it without my little Canon camera.
The best camera is the one you have with you!
I always carry my Canon SX240 in my jacket pocket. That means I can get shots like the Winter Birch on my way to do the shopping.
I do have a DSLR and a Mirrorless System Camera but they spend most of their time at home. I only bring them along when the reason I go out is to take pictures. In good light there isn’t much difference in image quality from the DSLR and the point & shoot.
Probably not, but what is Fine Art Photography? My smart-ass definition is:
“A Fine Art photo is one that is taken with the intention to sell it to someone who will frame it and hang it on his wall”.
My goal is to take new pictures for this blog, but I will also post older shots from my archives. The one thing (the only thing in fact) they will have in common is that they have all been taken with a small sensor, point and shoot camera.