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 • Photographic Expressions Gallery
Fine Art Photography by Joan S. Case. Nature, Wildlife, Landscapes, closeups and abstracts.

(Added: 17-Jun-2001 Hits: 134 Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
 • PHOTOgraphical.NET
Fine art photography galleries with landscapes, nature and urban scenes mainly from Europe. Articles on equipment and digital techniques are frequently updated. Free high-resolution downloads.

(Added: 10-Dec-2001 Hits: 94 Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
 • Photographics
Many artists would agree that writing one statement to describe a body of work is an incredibly difficult thing to do. The task seems to teeter on the brink of impossibility. Producing a good image is challenging enough and even the simple act of naming an image usually proves to be difficult. Words just don't flow as naturally for many of us as they must for others. They are a difficult medium with which to work. They can be like vague landmarks of our world once removed from sight and touch. Sometimes they can even be like faded signs, unintelligible and pointing in the wrong direction. The infrequent happenstance when words make the connection to our world of senses is always delightful, but it is, for some of us, significantly rare. All the more reason the task of writing a statement about this work seems more like it is tipping off the brink into impossibility. But if words are the opposite of visual and tactile substance, there must be a way for them to coexist. Hopefully people looking at this work will see things as they haven't seen them before. Part of the goal here has to be to show things in a new light, or as the case may be, in a revealing darkness. Part of the goal has to be to strike a certain, indistinct chord that reverberates with a familiarity beyond what is seen. Sometimes the goal, or at least part of it, has to be to strive to pull ideas from the subconscious. This process, often building upon improvisational techniques, especially with more abstract work, ultimately provides the viewer with the opportunity to enjoy discovering his or her own meaning behind the image, with a wink toward's Derrida's "freeplay of the signifier." Yet another part of the goal has to be to try to reconcile the difference between opposing elements, color and monochrome, line and form, simplicity and complexity, truth and fiction, cognition and emotion.Each image is different and speaks differently, but each one has a voice. Sometimes it takes a good bit of courage to let that voice be heard. Self-doubt and prejudice nag constantly and hinder any objectivity. A clear mind is a fantasy. But each image becomes like a friend, supportive and encouraging. Sometimes they need the same in return. Images help us celebrate our joy, and hold us while we cry. We are anchored by the gift of creative vision and liberated through it. Even the less well received images have a voice. They provide perspective with which to approach the rest of the work. They have a generosity beyond that with which they were made. They are dynamic and like a dance, they change with the music.When blessed with the courage, determination, and good luck to exhibit work, it is often quite refreshing to learn that it speaks to others too. This is a cause for great pride. It is like someone heaping praise on your child. After all, the work is not you, but something that became itself through you. Like good deeds and children, it is often tempting to describe them in great detail, pointing out each feature and benefit worthy of praise, but in the end, it is usually best to let them speak for themselves. And as with raising children, family and friends prove ever so helpful with their wit, insight, honesty, encouragement, and support. I think in any statement like this, it is important to offer to them a sincere, "Thank you."

(Added: 31-Jan-2002 Hits: 159 Rating: 5.50 Votes: 4) Rate It
 • photographie contemporaine
The article, from which we proceed, does not have a meaning..... is arranged and again forgotten often it arbitrary Gegenst?e of the everyday life life...Insert this light fragment, which reflects a whole universe into these stored things, if the view of it f?t. memory of a past or coming life.... There is no certainty. Something energize, but do not impose, the Rahmen. ?net a way, where we are completely free. A way into the uncertainty, the dream, the R?kehr to itself, to the others. The Ungew?liche?rrascht us, without coordinates we of the Tr?e forgotten of the Fantasie into other worlds is entf?t. There, where we begin to swing. A breathing space in this to limited, to structured world......, again tr?en, again......My Freiheit in the picture.

(Added: 14-Feb-2005 Hits: 22 Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
 • Photographie-Andreas P÷cking
Fashion & People Photography.

(Added: 17-Jun-2001 Hits: 171 Rating: 6.36 Votes: 42) Rate It
 • photographs by hikaru
fine art photographs by hikaru.

(Added: 18-Sep-2004 Hits: 41 Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
 • Photographs of Ryan Collier
Find occupations and American life very unique. Use a different approach to making landscapes.

(Added: 17-Jun-2004 Hits: 31 Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
 • Photography
This site houses representative images of the large and medium format photography of Robert Hallock. There is an emphasis on things often overlooked. Black and white predominates, but there are color images as well. Hopefully you will find the images relaxing as well as interesting.

(Added: 5-Jun-2004 Hits: 46 Rating: 10.00 Votes: 4) Rate It
 • Photography & Poetry of Michel Kisinis
Photography & Poetry of Michel KisinisA walk throught the rubbles of our society...Photos from Paris, Alsace, France and Greece.

(Added: 26-Sep-2001 Hits: 85 Rating: 10.00 Votes: 1) Rate It
 • Photography at Penn State
The Photography Department at Penn State offers a modern comprehensive photographic education in a university environment that fosters creative and professional growth.

(Added: 17-Jun-2001 Hits: 90 Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
 • Photography by Joel Anderson
Black and white photography

(Added: 17-Jun-2001 Hits: 167 Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
 • Photography by Kevin Saidler
Fine art photogrpahy with an edge.

(Added: 16-Aug-2004 Hits: 45 Rating: 10.00 Votes: 1) Rate It
 • Photography by Kris Rackham
Photography: my work, my vision, my life

(Added: 17-Jun-2001 Hits: 120 Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
 • Photography of Frederick J. LeBlanc Jr.
Classic Photography of Windjammers, Tallships and seascapes.

(Added: 3-Feb-2003 Hits: 80 Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
 • Photography of Paul Blieden
Paul Blieden is a fine art photographer offering fine art prints, note cards and portraiture services.

(Added: 25-Mar-2006 Hits: 19 Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
 • Photography of Rein Karp
Fine art and nature photography

(Added: 17-Jun-2001 Hits: 148 Rating: 8.80 Votes: 5) Rate It
 • Photography...In Black and White
A Black & White portfolio of the photographic art of Tracy Schock. Site also features a blog, and a spotlighted artist each month.

(Added: 9-Jul-2006 Hits: 17 Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
 • PhotographyOne
Based in Portland Oregon, PhotographyOne specializes in fine art landscape and portrait photography.

(Added: 18-Jan-2007 Hits: 13 Rating: 0 Votes: 0) Rate It
 • Photoimpressions
Photographic images of impressionist style, displaying carnivals and various sights of the UK.

(Added: 2-Aug-2001 Hits: 103 Rating: 9.00 Votes: 1) Rate It
 • PhotoMediaService - photo gallery online
An extensive photo gallery which contains photographs related to thesubjects of landscape, architecture, nature, fashion and macrophotography. The photographs are specially selected and arranged into subject-related, homogeneous single galleries

(Added: 24-Feb-2002 Hits: 134 Rating: 1.00 Votes: 1) Rate It


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