Listing Category: Artists
When I started taking photos as a kid, it was, 24 or 36 shot rolls of Kodak film and a darkroom. Today, it’s SD Cards, 1,000’s of shots and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. With current digital cameras and tools, there is an entirely new universe for combining photography with digital creative tools. Three key areas of my photographic artistry include:
- Photocolor™, the result of combining a digital stylus with raw format photographs. The result is printed on genuine Monadnock™ cold pressed rag stock watercolor paper. The resulting art combines the reproductive qualities of a photo with the distinctive style and feel of a watercolor. Once you see it, like others, you’ll ask, “Is it aphotograph or watercolor.”
- Flower Squares™, an ever-growing collection of square cropped flowers, are designed for mixing and matching to create unique decorating solutions that can be updated easily by changing out one or more of them. Most are available as either a photographic image or Photocolor™. Decorators love them.
- Uniquely Expressive Prints, of course, what would a photographer be without his prints? These cover an eclectic and wide range of topics.