What exactly is Fine Art Photography?
You probably have noticed that I describe myself as a modern fine art portrait photographer.
Fine art portrait photography is my focus and passion. It is what I love to do, and the only type of photography that I decided to create.
But you may be wondering:
- What exactly is fine art photography?
- What makes a photograph worth of the description ‘fine art’?
- And, why is it worth having a session with a ‘fine art’ portrait photographer?
This is the most exciting thing to ever happen to me!
I’ve got something extremely exciting to tell you today. In fact, it’s so exciting that I can hardly breathe right now!!
… and it relates to the Rangefinder Fine Art Photography Awards.
In case you don’t already know, Rangefinder (Rf) is the award-winning monthly magazine for wedding and portrait photographers. It has been covering the photographic industry for more than 60 years.
Rangefinder runs a Fine Art Photography awards – an international annual competition that attracts hundreds of thousands of entries from photographers all over the world.
This year I entered my series of black and white portraits ‘ Soul Searching’ – where ‘”I tried to create enough mood that the story is spoken through the eyes.”
Who am I?
I was born in a small seaside town in North-west Poland in 1983 and moved to the UK in 2006 with my husband.
I am a mother to 3 wonderful children. I live for my family first and foremost.
After them, photography is my next love and passion.
I began my photography journey in 2014 and knew, instantly, that photography was the career that I wanted to pursue from that moment forward…