Fine Art Landscape Photography Wall Art Prints
"Captured with love, produced with perfection."
In the fine art landscape photography galleries below, you will find images from many sublime locations captured in stunning high quality print that range from grand landscapes to intimate detailed images. This landscape photography has been captured with the highest resolution equipment available today and produced to bring you, the viewer, into the scene as if the landscape were now apart of your space. The landscape photography galleries below are organized by location and image subject category. The photography you see in these galleries is carefully selected and curated to bring you, the collector, the highest value and most beautiful art works to be enjoyed in your home.
About Fine Art Landscape Photography
How is fine art landscape photography different from "normal" landscape photography you may wonder? Simply said, fine art landscape photography represents the image as the photographer sees, or more important, feels about the landscape being photographed. Fine art landscape photography shows more about how the photographer wants the viewer to feel about the subject, rather than simply reproducing the scene as captured. These collectable limited edition fine art landscape photographic prints are presented here to give you an unsurpassed connection to nature and bring the beauty of some of the worlds most splendid landscapes into your home. Place your order now and begin enjoying one of these masterful pieces of art.
What is the Fine Art in Landscape Photography ?
"Landscape photography shows spaces within the world, sometimes vast and unending, but other times microscopic. Landscape photographs typically capture the presence of nature but can also focus on man-made features or disturbances of landscapes."
"Fine art photography is photography created in line with the vision of the photographer as an artists using photography as a medium for creative expression." Really?
I think the goal of fine-art photography should be to capture a concept that will express an idea, a message, or an emotion that the artist-photographer felt when the idea for the photo was conceived. That conception often happens months or even years before the shutter is pressed. Then other times the concept of the final image changes while the photo-artists is looking through the viewfinder. This 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.
In short Fine Art photography is about creation rather than documentation. Easy enough to say, but concept creation in photography is not really that easy. The camera is meant to capture a scene, whether in stills or video, it can be the ultimate documentary device. It is the photo-artists job to make that capture more than what we commonly see. There are as many ways to accomplish this concept. A skilled artist has many tools at hand to make this captured scene their own. Lens can compress or expand how the scene is captured. The shutter can control the actual time the scene is recorded but slowing or freezing movement in a scene. The angle of light the artist chooses will make the scene seem harsher or softer, more defined by shadow or reviewed by direct light. That is only a few of the vast decisions the photo artist has the opportunity to make in the creation process there are many more to make before that shutter is opened.
Then when the image is recorded the fine art concept takes another step in the process. That of the darkroom work to bring the concept to life. It is not really important if the artist chooses the manual manipulation of the image with enlarger, burning and dodging the light as it strikes the paper and filter to control the strength of the contrast or a computer and software to have even more control of the creative process. Those decisions are just the choices the photo artist can make in the creation of their fine art photograph.