Blog 3: Thomasschoeller.photography UNDERSTANDING FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY In this day and age where everyone with a DSLR camera is called a fine arts photographer, there is no understanding of what exactly is fine art photography. What it is not: Just any picture that can be framed and has an artistic leaning and one that can be hung on a wall as part of a décor does not make it a fine art photograph What it is: A fine art photograph is created in accordance with the vision of the artist as photographer. It needs a detailed study of techniques and methods and have an artistic eye for detailed. A fine art photographer needs to have a clear theme in mind, visualise the image, and choose the right angle and lighting to form the image. The vision and the idea are the most important part of fine art photography. The aim of the end product is to evoke an emotion or convey a message, however small and seemingly insignificant. Once the idea is in place, using the technique that is consistent is most important. A technique of an artist should be so consistent that their piece of work is immediately recognizable as the work of the artist. The theme and the subject of the photograph should be clearly defined and must be brilliant enough to hold the attention of the viewers in a gallery or shop. Some of the best examples of fine art photography can be shopped from Thomas Schoeller Fine Art Photography. The available list includes fine art photography prints for sale, abstract photography, landscape and nature photography, Glacier National Park photographs and stock photos from New England, Vermont, New Hampshire and Connecticut. Thomas Schoeller has also classic waterfall prints and window art photographs.