In this workshop entitled, How To Create Fine Art Photography That Sell I create a series of fine-art images that I’m hoping to sell.
Earlier this week I headed down south to capture some fine-art pictures of Dovercourt Lighthouse. To say it was a long day was an understatement. I arrived in time to shoot a sunrise and stayed all day just so I could shoot the lighthouse during sunset. A long day indeed!
The day went really well and I was more than happy with the Fine Art images I captured. As per the norm, there is always something to moan about so here goes mine. It’s a real shame the sky wasn’t brilliant. There were a few clouds but they were so high and very whispy. Whilst this is great for colour it didn’t help me to create long streaky cloudy skies! As much as I’m not normally a huge fan of moving clouds in an image it’s always nice to have the option when you’re there! Moan over 🙂
All the same, I’m very happy with the results, are you? If you agree with me about my take on what fine-art photography is or not then please let me know in the comments.