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This cypress Tree is located along 17-Mile-Drive on California's Monterey Peninsula. The low rays of a setting sun were upon the rockface. From my... more
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This cypress Tree is located along 17-Mile-Drive on California's Monterey Peninsula. The low rays of a setting sun were upon the rockface. From my original photograph under "Landscapes and Seascapes", I presented it as it might appear as a painting.
Through my photography, I share the things I see in the natural world around me. My photographic aim is to end up with a photograph I can share that looks like what I saw in my mind's eye and to have it appreciated by the viewer. To that end, I shoot in camera raw and develop it in my digital darkroom to achieve a high quality, realistic-looking photograph of what I viewed. Beyond that process, I sometimes take a photograph to an additional step by rendering it as an Impressionist might have painted it centuries ago or by giving it a 'dreamy' look through my own technique . . . it all depends upon the photograph in front of me and how I wish to present it. I feel there exists an immediacy in much of photography that does not exist in...
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