Fine Art Photography by Perrin Clarke Photography. Award Winning Australian Photographer showcasing included photographic work.
Fine-art photography is photography created in accordance with the vision of the artist as a photographer. Using photography as a medium to bring something to life that only lives in the artist’s mind. Simply capturing what you see in an artistic way is the art of photography and not creating fine art. The goal is to express an idea, a message, or an emotion. Fine art photography stands in contrast to representational photography, such as photojournalism, which provides a documentary visual account of specific subjects and events, literally representing objective reality rather than the subjective intent of the photographer; and commercial photography, the primary focus of which is to advertise products or services.
Before work can become fine art photography the artist has to have a vision of what they think their work will look like.
Fine art is about an idea, a message, or an emotion. The artist has something that they want to have conveyed in their work.
That idea or message may be something small, a single word such as abandon, or it may be a whole statement, like exploring the way the moon affects the tides. It is a start. It is like a hypothesis.
The work you create to demonstrate your vision and ideas has to have a consistency to it. When all the work is together it has to have similarities. Often artists will use the same medium and techniques for each idea.
Body of Work
In the end there has to be a body of work that shows your ideas, subjects and techniques. If you were to get your images into a gallery there would need to be a uniformity to them all.
Finally you would most likely need an artist statement. A short explanation of what the work is about, why you created it and how.
When you go to a gallery you might look at the work and wonder what it is about, so you look for the artist statement. It will help you figure out what the artists intentions were, the reasons why, and how they created that work.
Fine Art Photography by Perrin Clarke Photography Offers a wide range of ready to hang acrylic wall mounts, canvas wall mounts, acrylic blocks, traditional photographic prints and fine art cotton rag prints.Compositions are presented in both Portrait Fine Art Photography or Landscape Fine Art Photography.