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Natural Art is truly the opposite of my Abstract Art. It really is a whole different challenge to create captivating nature art and photography. I have always had the blessing, (or maybe it is the curse), that I view anything and everything from a lens, even if I am not holding a camera to my eye. Perhaps this is true for most photographers. In a constant state of looking at everything in a frame, over time I can tell I get a little bit better at knowing what is going to look good as wall art and what may be less appealing.
Natural art are scenes taken of nature as you might have guessed. While simple in definition, the execution of natural art photography is quite complex with many variables factoring into the final image. Light conditions, weather, timing, and luck are all components necessary for a great nature photo. Like anything else, I figure that the more times I try, the more likely I am to get a shot worth sharing in my gallery. My natural artwork pieces have little to no post-processing to stay true to how the camera captured the image in the field.
Perhaps my favorite natural art pieces are sunset pictures, and I have often been called a sunset chaser. You’ll see by my gallery that I am obsessed with sunset photos. The sky and earth are unbelievable canvases. It is quite different from the abstract art I create, but this seems to be just as fulfilling and perhaps even more difficult since the natural canvas of nature cannot be controlled.