I like art that is simple, though sometimes what I end up creating is not. It’s easy to get caught up in the glimmer and shinny lights, and allow them to blind you to what they’re supposed to be illuminating. In this case, I hope that I was able to simply illuminate the beauty that is already here.

Thank you

Thank you Photos Worth Seeing for the reblog of my photograph. I am humbled and grateful for it, thank you. Also thank you everyone who liked my picture, and who followed my blog, I sincerely appreciate your support!

Elegance is simple. It simply is. It doesn’t need to be loud to draw attention to itself, it simply does. It doesn’t need to advertise it’s beauty, it simply is beautiful. Elegance never tries to be what it already is. 

To me the most interesting photographs tend to have achieved a delicate balance between light and shadow. So I try to achieve that in my own work. The beauty of light is defined by the shadows that shape it. 

This one is a bit different than what i’ve been posting lately. It’s a continuation of a shoot I was working on last month. It was intended to be a nature themed shoot. As I imagined the shoot I kept seeing a red ribbon or scarf being utilized in the shoot. There is just something about it that kept coming into my consciousness so I figured, it’s there for a reason, why not try to create it. Anyway, that’s the story behind the red ribbon. 

Everything you do is an expression of whole yourself, it’s just the artist doesn’t hide it behind flesh and bone, but exposes it for everyone to see.

One of the most difficult things for me in post production is deciding on a color palette. I spend a whole lot of time experimenting and tweaking, sometimes just a tiny bit makes a difference, at least to me. 

Thank you

I would like to thank Imiging for the reblog, I am really grateful for it. Also I wanted tot thank all of you who follow my blog and are so supportive of my work, it’s a real inspiration. Thank you so much.