"Heroin's Icy Curl", photographed by Steve Munch in Kauai's rich waters.
As art consultants, we are often asked what is possible in our gallery. Each week we will highlight a FAQ on our blog to help you get the most out of your art shopping experience.
Q: Do you Photoshop or "filter" your images to get those bright colors?A: No, we try to stay authentic to the original integrity of the image. Any images you see with especially vivid colors were shot with special film that brings out those colors. We time our photographs to maximize the lighting and natural play of colors. Mother nature is pretty amazing, we are lucky to share how we see this beautiful world.
"Ventura Sunrise" and "Two Trees" by Steve Munch, photographed with Fuji Velvia film:
"Harbor Cove" by Stephanie Hogue, photographed in late afternoon sun at low tide, causing exquisite clarity and color variation in the Ventura Harbor water: "Harbor Sunset" by Stephanie Hogue, captures a gorgeous winter sunset as it is mirrored in the water:
Before we can form a solid understanding of fine art nature photography, we need to explore what defines fine art photography and nature photography in their own right. When combined, these two approaches come together to evoke emotions, tell a story, and connect us to the endless power and promise of nature through awe-inspiring fine art nature photography. When we hang such art in our indoor spaces, we elevate our quality of life by bringing the purity of the outdoors inside.