NEW FLOWERET ART COLLECTION
Angela Cameron's unique modern images captured the judges attention in the International Colour Awards as a nominee in the fine art category. Cameron's fine art photographs feature simplicity with graphic contemporary style. Ocean Nightscape is actually macro work in shiny objects downtown where just the right angle of view offers one of a kind landscapes not seen with the naked eye.
Sequence and Perspective tree series explore symmetry in a forest in spring before leaves take over the branches. Cameron utilizes camera movement to create these fine art pieces with just the right momentum. She frequently seeks what seems like ordinary landscapes to most, but finds a way to add her non computer altered style that brings the photograph to a unique fine art level.
Cameron feels that using the computer to change or alter images takes away from the emotional connection to her and the viewer of her work. The authenticity is lost, the emotional connection to the place is lost - therefore original art is created with one of a kind connectivity.
Some of Cameron's best work is through macro techniques that resemble inspired landscapes, ocean scapes and abstract linear hues. Her immense talent to "see" as others don't are not done through computer alteration. Cameron's extensive photographic experience goes back to the 80's in her darkroom and also Velvia slide film. The practises of discipline with film has enhanced her expertise and grown her talent without the computer.
We are left with a distinctive presentation and a deep emotional connection to a place through her eyes and decades of dedication to her talent and craft of professional photographer. Her goal is always to connect you the viewer to her connection of a place.
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