Fine Art Print Collections in Back to Black
I share with you fine art prints of nature in a personal style that I have called back to black.
I have decided to develop a decidedly clean style that creates artistic photos that can be hung in your living room, bedroom, or professional living space.
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Showcase the Wonders of Nature With My Style Back to Black
The purpose of these photos in my back to black style is to stimulate your imagination. I wanted an original style, very personalized. All the photographed subjects are presented with a black background to go to the essential. All the superfluous details are plunged in the black. The details that had no direct relation with the subject were erased as if they were not important.
Often, most of the photographed animals or fish are presented with a natural background. In creating this style, I wanted to go beyond the simple photo.
I wanted to create art photographs that look unreal. I wanted to play the photographic magician. I imagined having a big black hat from which I could pull out subjects and present them to you.
The black background of each photo is like a jewel box in the middle of which shines a wonder of nature. I wanted to create photos that would catch the eye by evoking great mysteries.
This back to black style allows me to make photos that give off a great deal of serenity, a lot of calm. They are soothing.
The black allows me to highlight the subjects. The visual impact is very strong. When you have one of these photos hanging in your home, you can be sure that it will not leave anyone indifferent. I took the time to make these photos to have the most beautiful lights possible. My goal is to always emphasize the details of the subjects and highlight them.
I created this style to give the impression of having photographed scenes and subjects in nature as if I were in a studio with artificial lights. However, all the photos were taken in natural environments. All the land photos were taken with natural light. Many of the underwater photos were taken with flashes in order to show details and freeze the movement of the fish.
Most of these pictures show you wild animals. I wanted to show their elegance, their beauty, the delicacy in the movement. The eyes of the animals are an essential element. Often, they are penetrating, inquisitive but they remain very benevolent.
These back to black art photos will have a real magnetic effect when hung in your home. They will arouse interest and many questions.
I wish you a beautiful journey in a very ethereal, dreamlike, and cathartic universe.