Thoughts on Fine Art Photography

It seems that everyone has a thought on what fine art photography should be and the problem is that each one is a bit different.

My own thoughts:

Fine art photographs are an expression  of the artist vision in the photo medium, as a canvas to a painter or a piece of clay or stone to a sculptor.  This expression could be carried out anywhere in the workflow of the medium, from the actual composition and subject, to the processing technique used, as long as it is meant to express the artist vision for that particular piece.

Here are a few of my favorites fine art photographers, even though some of them may not consider themselves as such:

Cover Magazine
best2016
What Lies Beyond !
Evanescence
Lost Pier
When the levee breaks
no fishing today

https://www.flickr.com/photos/exectra/

Long As I Can See The Light

My philosophy on photography

The success of an image does not solely depends on its artistic or technical merits but how many thoughts it provokes, how it makes us feel, how it stirs our emotions, how it ignites our imagination and passion, how it may change us is some way.

Photos allow one to see the world through someones  lens, it is a reflection of their mindset, their interpretation of reality. They allow one to travel to far away places and share that experience and be inspired. Photos allow one to share a moment in time regardless of  physical locations, to share the human experience.