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Morning Glory Delight

Fine Art Photography by Todd Breitling

 

 

Morning Glory Delight

Photo of the Day

Snake in the Flowers

Fine Art Photography by Todd Breitling

 

 

Snake in the Flowers

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Pillars of Light

Fine Art Photography by Todd Breitling

 

 

PillarsofLightWestminsterCemeteryLondonOct2009

Photo of the Day

Within the smallest tiniest drop of life is everything, all at once, always.

Fine art photography by Todd Breitling

Words by Nina Sherak, Wellness and Law of Attraction Coach

Far Away Fall Reflection November 2015 copy

Ocean’s Edge

Nina Breaking Waves Seven Mile Beach April 2015

Protest NSA Surveillance

This is crooked:  The NSA “is harvesting hundreds of millions of contact lists from personal e-mail and instant messaging accounts around the world, many of them belonging to Americans.” The Washington Post

NEW PAINTINGS

NEW PAINTINGS

From My “Ascension” Series Oil, Acrylic & Epoxy Resin on Canvas; 12″ x 36″ : Ascension No. 1

Photo of the Day

This is one of my favorite places to explore and photograph in the area. It is a small state park outside of Wilmington, DE called Brandywine Creek State Park. Here is a photo I would like to share with you. Image can be purchased online @   http://todd-breitling.artistwebsites.com/index.html

BrandywineCreekStParkRockWallSkyJune2012

Oil on Pavement: Creating your own photography style

Hello All,

It’s been a while, I hope everyone is enjoying their St Patty’s Day.

OilonPavementCradleoftheWorldJune2009

Creating your own Photography style is an important & ongoing process that allows your viewers, fans and collectors to distinguish you from the masses of other photographers in the world.

The first step in doing this is finding a subject that you love to photograph. Make sure it is something you have frequent access to, so you can practice perfecting your subject, while also showing it in different perspectives and from a unique point of view. 

Second, make sure your subject is interesting and imaginative. For example, find a unique subject like a rare automobile and find a way to bring your viewers in deeper contact with the vehicle, such as shooting the auto from the inside, or on top of it. Or, shoot a mundane subject such as a sneaker, and photograph it from an unusual point of view, such as the sneakers.

This segues into the title of this post: Oil on Pavement. I have found a unique and unusual subject matter that I love to photograph that my viewers and collectors find  mesmerizing. Often, the most beautiful and unique images are found right in our own neighborhood, the key to recognizing this is to keep your eyes and, more importantly, your mind open to seemingly random images above, below and in front of you. Also, ALWAYS carry a camera with you!

Attached is an example of one of my more popular images “Cradle of the World”

Shoot on!     


Fine Art Photography Prints

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