Frequently the eye sees light as as source of brightness. It streams into a space. It illuminates an object. Light allows us to see where we are and whom we are with. But often we don't look at the light itself. Light has color, shape, form. It varies in its intensity. Light in and of itself is exquisite. Capturing light as a focal point for an image is formidable, but I continue to be intrigued by light and its many configurations. I especially love light steaming into a muted space. Illuminating all it reaches. Conforming to form as it curves and bends, spreads and constricts. Light is infinitely varied and wonderful, but elusive and challenging to capture. It is the single inspiration why I am a photographer. www.ellenfisch.com
Art genre: Sepia architectural art photograph
Complimentary decor: Traditional
Photography tip: Capture the shape of light, but be aware of soft, diffused edges.