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W: 600mm x H: 450mm x D: 20mm
W: 24" x H: 18" x D: 1"
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Sometimes I feel the need to do something, that while related to photography, is also something more than and different to photography.
I hope you like the results. Some works are almost modern, digital versions of the hand-coloured photos of yester-year, while others, like this one, have little, or no relation to photography at all.
In this image, my eye was caught and held by the splotches of colour scattered across the beach.
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Photography has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. My father has a photograph of me, at age 3, taking a photograph of him. In high school I discovered that photography and a camera confidently wielded, provided access to people & places that might otherwise have been out of reach.
However, what fascinated me from the very beginning, was that I could capture moments in time, manipulate them, and turn them into art. Digital photography and editing has of course opened previously unimagined possibilities in this regard. The digital age has forever changed what it means to be a photographer. Photography now includes not only 'pure' photographic images, straight from the camera, but also digital imaging art, using photographs as a starting point and framework for new artistic, photographic possibilities.
I believe that photography is art if it is treated as such. I believe that art requires constant experimentation, learning and pushing of boundaries. I believe that creativity and its appreciation is a basic function of humanity. I don't believe in limiting myself to any one style or aspect of my art.
Eshowe Art Show 2016
Art In The Shade (Mtunzini) 2017
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