Paintography

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Paintography

I am always challenging myself to photograph subjects that will translate well into a painting. Sometimes I go the watercolor route and many times I employ digital painting techniques, something I call “Paintography”. What is Paintography? It is the combination of Digital Photography and Digital Painting.
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Fine Art Watercolors

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Fine Art Watercolors

I’ve always admired watercolor and fine art acrylic painters. What special talents they have. Especially nature artists like Robert Bateman, Daniel Smith, Morten Solberg and Nita Engel. I have several of their pieces in my private collection and I never get tired of looking at them. Their compositions and their color palettes have greatly influenced my photography and digital art.
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Fine Art Photography

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Fine Art Photography

All of my fine art starts with a quality digital image. I’ve been studying and practicing photography for over 30 years. I specialize in Fine Art Photography depicting Nature, Landscapes, Seascapes, Wildlife, and Floral. I’ve had the privilege to travel to many places around the world and have used those travels to capture the scenes that form my art.
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Special Services

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Special Services

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  • Photography By Gregg

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  • Getting The Best Shots

    Fill The Frame – Get Closer

    You’ve got a whole frame to fill. How you fill it is the difference between a nice snapshot and a stunning image. Too many times I see photos with a lot of dead space around the subject distracting the viewers eye from what’s really important. If the background is not contributing to the image get rid of as much as possible by moving closer, zooming in or cropping it out in post-processing.
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