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Flooded Woods Print

T Paige Dalporto

United States

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my photography I was first inspired by photojournalsim..the great war photographer, Frank Capa, for one...all of that black and white photography from the 60's was just unbelievable. The decisive moment. I would love to go back and visit the golden days...Edward Weston...some of the photo mags.from way back...Collectors...just awesome stuff. Elliot Erwitt, are you kidding me? Weegee...I could go on and on ...Diane Arbus, I really wish I could recall all of them...y'know but then the artistes took over...Cindy Sherman..and I think to myself, something is really wrong with the art world. I mean it's just wrong, Irony? You mean extreme cynicism...anti-art...anti everything that makes art art...The new? I give to numb chucks for the new, by itself. It is nothing. There has to be what there has to be and it is what makes art art. Sorry to spew but you asked You had to Have a great day..Sorry Cindy...I'm not impressed by it.

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Print:Giclee on Photo Paper

Size:12 W x 8 H x 0.1 D in

Size with Frame:17.25 W x 13.25 H x 1.2 D in

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Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments. Somewhere between Impressionistic and Surrealism, Composition is important, Detail is important, Contrast is important, Lighting is important. Beauty is important. Freezing the subject is not important. tripod free. holding the camera is important as facilitator. It's been a revelation to me what the camera is capable of. And what the human eyes does not see. So this is visibility. Expanded. (I will say, the shutter speed is slow and the aperture setting is appropriately 22 ish or smaller). Monet and the Impressionists and the Decisive Moment photographs, who tried to capture what they saw when they saw it. I have brought us much closer to this goal. These photographs are made in the field, at the moment I press the shutter button of my camera. They require little more than your basic darkroom work. I started taking pictures when I was 12. Even then I was ahead of my time, taking pictures of my Weimeraner dressed up in sweat pants, seated upon my go-cart, and on the roof my parents house. (The dog was the trusting sort). I also came up with the Ken Burns Effect before Ken Burns, with a video I made and still have. I was a photojournalist in WV for 20 years. In 2007 I began taking these Unique Fine Art Photographs, One day they will rock the art world. Get in now on the ground floor, if you're an investor, or if you just appreciate beautiful, unique fine art photography, or nature, revealed as the human eye has never seen it before, for the very first time in these photographs. If you like, buy one please. Needing that validation. T. Paige

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