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Fine art portrait photography around the world

Fine art portrait photography around the world Who said that for you to create those magnificent fine art pieces you need to come to the studio? Here are a few samples that were created during our recent trip to Florida, USA where we created a few fantasy and art pieces in the ordinary hotel room and small hotel pool. And… I only had one bag of necessary props with me in order for me to create magical fine art portrait photography for my gorgeous clients.

Art created with camera. Fine art photography

Art created with camera. Fine art photography What is fine art photography for me? It is simply Art created with my camera. Using photographic processes and drawing skills I want to create images that evoke emotion, that fulfil the creative vision, that express my perceptions and emotions and to share them with others. It is so much more than just a realistic render of the subject, much more personal. It is also something created for display, suitable to grace your walls, designed with such techniques that it can outlive the creator and the subject.

Mature Fine Art Portrait Photography

Mature Fine Art Portrait Photography Woman’s beauty doesn’t age if her soul stays young. We believe in dreams and romance, no matter what age we are… This client is 60 yo and was ok for me to mention her age as she believed it would encourage other women to not give up on themselves, to dream and to record their dreams and their ageless beauty. Lets create a beautiful fine art portrait of You.

Fine art portrait photography Sydney

Fine art portrait photography Sydney Almost anything is possible if you put your mind into it. This is what fine art portrait photography is about – making your dreams come true in the delicate, skillful and thorough manner, paying attention to all the little details. This client wanted to be photographed with the most beautiful, white horse. On that day – only a black horse was available for us to photograph. And we had only limited time to create the portrait. So I have combined the previous image of the white horse and then photographed my client separately, in the studio, recreating similar lighting that was used to photograph the horse. You can see “Behind the scene” image below the fine art portrait we achieved. Behind the scene – creating the portrait.