The fine art photography is defined as the photographs that are taken based on the photographer’s vision rather than the subjects in the scene. Similar to the fine art pain gins, the fine art photography delivers that artist ideas through the elements of the shot.
The fine art photography is also defined as the photography projects that are provided for sale and not part of specific project or commercial campaign. Selling fine art photography can be done through the exhibitions and the artist website (Check our 10 Best Photography Marketing Ideas Part1 and Part 2).
Similar to any artist, the photographer looks to visualize their ideas, thoughts and the interaction toward different human feelings and problems. Most of the commercial photography projects do not fulfill this artistic need inside the photographers. Therefore many photographers like to do fine art photography besides their commercial work. There are many types of it such as fine art portrait photography, fine art nature photography and black and black and white fine art photography such as our today’s photographer Marcin Ryczek (check Beautiful Black and White Photographs).
Marcin Ryczek is a fine art photographer from Cracow who is specialized in different type of photography and his photos were published in different magazines including the Gaurdien, Der Spiegel, Yedioth Ahronoth, La Repubblica, Politiken, The Daily Telegraph and National Geographic.
Most of Marcin’s artwork focuses on minimalism and the usage of very few elements and contrast between black and white from one side and colors from the other to represent his ideas and concepts. His fine art photography artwork were presented in exhibitions around the world in Poland, Germany, Japan, China and France.
Marcin Ryczek won many prizes in photography competitions including the Grand Prix de Découverte: International Fine-Art Photography Award 2013 for his photograph, A Man Feeding Swans in the Snow.
The below showcase includes some of his amazing black and white fine art photography showing how he uses contrast between elements and shades to visualize his concepts.
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