AJ Curtis graduated university with a letter of honor and distinction in photography a member of the British institute of professional photography & the Federation of European photographers.
Photography is art!
The elements of fine art photography. The seven basic elements of fine art: Created by the photographic artist with aesthetic vision, an idea, a message and emotion. Working with space, balance, shape, size, depth, color, texture and most importantly…Light. Knowledge and awareness of these elements are vital to the success of a composition, to convey the meaning of the photographic art. With a deep understanding of the elements of fine art. Coveted fine art photographers create works on high-quality, archival prints, in strictly restricted editions, for the collector and growing market.
Furthermore - Fine-art photography is photography created in line with the vision of the photographer as artist, using photography as a medium for creative expression. The goal of fine-art photography is to express an idea, a message, or an emotion. It is plain to see that a carefully composed, exposed, focused, and captured image has inherent artistic value. Photography, as a medium, can shade reality with new context and meaning. Messages and symbolism can be conveyed through the presentation of a still image. The juxtaposition of visual elements can take on new value when frozen in time as a photograph. All of the near-infinite photographic variables and possibilities make it clear that photography is art!