Fine Art Portraits

Fine art photography has no universally agreed definition or interpretation. It refers to an indefinite category of photographs created in accordance with the creative vision of the photographer.

The basic idea behind the genre is that in spite of simply capturing a realistic rendition of a subject, a fine art photographer always tries to produce something more personal, emotional and evocative in nature.

Being a fine art wedding photographer, I always strive to produce images that are more aesthetic in nature. Unfortunately, in real life weddings, you cannot have all your pictures firmly stick to the genre you follow.

So, when I’m not working, I brainstorm and try to give my ideas shape in my fine art portraits.

To me, a fine art photograph may not have a message to convey, but it should arouse your emotions while keeping you calm.

I’m always on the look for models for my fine art projects. Also, for ideas and inspirations. So it’d be awesome if you could help me by any means possible. Drop me a line and I’ll get back to you asap.