Triptych Photography can provide some of the most striking displays and installations, whether in a museum or a home.
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In 1957 Russell Kirsch of the United States National Bureau of Standards developed a rotating drum that would allow images to be scanned. This was the start of digital photography. The first image to be scanned using this device was a picture of Kirsch’s son. Photography was still a new art art form full of wonderment. Now the digital era was just starting and as we know, would turn into a new ever evolving world.
Since the beginning of time humans have searched for ways to convey their emotions through visual methods. Starting with cave paintings, moving into charcoal drawings and oil paintings, and eventually into true representations of reality such as photographs, photo art has captivated and enthralled people for millennia.
Being humans means we are all part of this worlds natural landscape. This intrigues and inspires us in ways that nothing else can. Since the beginning of the photography movement, photographers have turned to the natural landscape for the subject of some of their best works. Truly landscape photography is able to evoke such emotions that it is perhaps the greatest subject of all.
There are many forms of photography such as nature, landscape Photography and Still Life, but there is also a more prominent form known as photographic art. In most cases this form of photography is used to capture a specific subject or situation in the way the photographer wants it as opposed to simply documenting certain scenes as they happen.
Nature photography seems to have grown in popularity as the rise in digital cameras has continued to grow. As the quality of these cameras get better, the photographs hitting the web have become more and more beautiful.
The triptych form has its roots planted in early Christian art. Triptych art in its early form was a popular standard format for altar paintings and reached its hight during the middle ages.
Landscape Photography is a difficult art form for many reasons and being able to use existing light to your advantage is one of the big ones. The very thing that can make Landscape Photography interesting in the first place is the stark contrast between the sky and ground. This element that creates beautiful subjects can be very difficult to tame.
Just like in Landscape Photography, consider your use of the foreground in a scene. You can use foreground for scale or to add interest to the image. Always look for interesting object like rocks and rock formations on the beach. You want to find objects that can lead the viewers eye to the subject.
Landscape Photography Tips Part #7 deals with Techniques to shoot – Seascapes – Beach Scenes and Mountain Landscapes and how to convey emotion in your composition.