The "Feeling" of a Photograph!

February 03, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

There is a difference between a "snapshot" and a photograph that creates an emotional response. They may both might have good compositions and be technically correct, but the latter will create something else. The viewer will have an conscience or passionate feeling about what they see in the image. In other words, the photograph evokes a "feeling."  How does a photographer do this? The photographer must look beyond the "technical" and what is in front of them. They must use their own understanding, intuition, compassion, and humanity to elicit an emotional response from their audience. When achieved by the fine art photographer, the image has "feeling" and creates more than the sum of its parts.  I enjoy listening to music while taking photographs. I see what I hear! My images record that "ultimate crescendo."

 

 

 

<a href="http://fineartamerica.com/art/all/original/canvas+prints" style="font: 10pt arial; text-decoration: underline;">original canvas prints</a> Soul without ColorSoul without ColorI took this photograph at Smuggler's Cove in along the coast in Oregon.

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