But Karl Buhl has come up with many masterpieces to prove that art is a non-binding concept that will continue to proliferate and show you scenes through static images only when the photographer can express it the right way.
With the smartphones with dual cameras and high megapixel lenses making their way into your life, photos have come down to the level of selfies. But can we call these photos art? No, not at all, for photography will transform into art the moment you can control every element of the picture. Myself, Karl Buhl, would like to explain fine art photography as the portrayal of a story with each picture. If you see my Fine art environmental portrait photography collection, you will realize that I have not just digitally recorded the subject. I have captured the moment precisely, which will show you more than you can imagine from a photo.
Close to Nature
Being a passionate photographer, I always prefer to capture the essence of whatever is happening in front of my eyes. For instance, I visit a sandy beach, and I see a palm tree swaying. I have immediately captured the same. But the trick lies somewhere else.
I experiment with the light and lens as I know the two of them never ceases to surprise me if I can offer the right permutation and combinations.
What I capture is not what the camera sees but what I see.
There is a huge difference between the two ways of photography that can bring about a major difference in the quality of the pictures. The camera is just a medium for recording the story that I see and expressing to my clients. When you buy a photograph, I want you to feel what I perceived when I was right there in the context. It is a difficult task, but the reviews on my website encourage me with positive words.
Control of reality
When you buy one of my Metal photo prints, I would suggest checking how I have tried to control the reality. Sounds weird? Well, the perception is definitely difficult. Reality has no sense of aesthetic, but I do. So what I capture will balance the aesthetic elements of the crude reality that cannot enhance the appearance of a room or an art gallery. Once you perceive this thought through my photos, you will also provide me with some inspirational words to continue my experimentations.
Name: Karl Buhl
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