I recently had requests for my HDR images of Broadway at the Beach for interior design projects and rooms. Children love colorful art and especially of places where they enjoy going, i.e., Disney World, Air & Space (NASA), sporting events and things that remind them of good and favorite times. These two images are from the “Art on Canvas Series” “Broadway at the Beach” created for a design project. They are in HDR and processed in Cartoon-style which fits the occasion and room. Creating art from our photography is important as it opens the opportunity for many other creative ways to use our photography in design. -JacyJoyPals
In search of beautiful light is always a quest for photographers and golden light of sunrise, sunsets, beautiful sunlit trees, cloudy days and waterfront are ones we truly delight in. The rolling hills and fields in the countryside spun with golden lights are also a favorite. There is beauty of golden light to be found everywhere if we just pursue it. A recent interior design project sent us on a journey for just the right light and color for fine art prints to complete our design. With our blue and white project, what is more beautiful than golden light hues coupled with the classical softness of HDR. The six images for this “Art on Canvas” project are thus entitled “Golden Lights.”
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“Above yon gleaming skies of gold One lone imperial peak is seen; While gathered at his feet in green Ten thousand foresters are told: And all so still! so still the air That duty drops the web of care. Beneath the sunset’s golden sheaves The awful deep walks with the deep, Where silent sea doves slip and sweep.”*
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____________________________ Excepts: By the Pacific Ocean, Joaquin Miller
Architecture, historic sites and Pop Art murals are some of my favorite subjects to shoot when traveling. There is a plethora of fun and funky pop art, murals and interior design all around you and especially in our cities that you have more to photograph that you can imagine.
I also love to photograph red subjects (as you can see from much of my work) and this is especially so in art and design, thus the attraction to this particular art wall in Crystal City. The subject is an exterior wall mural of an authentic design sketch and that’s pretty interesting in itself but what fascinated my photographic/HDR eyes as I passed by was the tree shadow on the wall art. What a contrast from the art, concrete and buildings of hard surfaces to the soft shadowy live wind-blown tree growing up in the city making its own art reflection. Thus, this was a “must-do” addition for my HDR Pop Art on Canvas Collection. If you are looking for interesting art/artists for HDR application, check out the links below and your city, town or country for great places to photograph this art subject.