Updated: Feb 12
What's the difference between normal day to day studio photography and fine art photography?
Well art implies the control of reality, for reality itself possesses no sense of the aesthetic. Photography will become art when certain things are applied. So, a fine art photograph must go beyond the literal representation of a scene or subject.
It is a more creative styled session, enabling the creator to explore different styles, tones and textures. It's about the control the artist has rather than the camera sees.
Fine-art portrait photography editing comprises of different textures, tools, and photoshop actions to enhance the photograph. Digital drawing, textures, tones are added to the image to creative more of a rich editing style.
Some times the usual editing style can get boring and repetitive so enhancing into the fine art style gives more creative control. Each image is fine tuned to how my vision sees.