Capturing reflections, paint, angles and many other aspects of color and texture is often what makes or breaks a photo.
Here (as shown above) is a shot of four selected photographs (sized as 3' x 4') now featured in a local restaurant (Gracie's Kitchen) located in Voorheesville, NY. She was enlightened enough by the work to feature all four on one of the walls inside the restaurant.
Often, the eye of the [photographer can visualize the shot before it's taken. However, the beauty of photography is that it may also capture a unique aspect of the subject not seen in the lens.
Look for other photos used both in print, website design and also throughout the region being showcased by local establishments and art venues.
As featured in a local restaurant (Gracie's Kitchen) located in Voorheesville, NY
Photography – capturing the natural angles and many aspects of color from the tulip. These tulips were shot at Tulip Festival in Washington Park, Albany.
Some of these angles I practice capturing reflections, paint, angles and many other aspects of color and texture. Here (right) is a sample of a shot that will be featured in an upcoming book. This Super Bee was a Top 50 award winning show car featured at the Fav 50 on Sunday at the Adirondack Nationals Car Show held annually in September, at Fort William Henry in Lake George, NY.