The poetic photographic underlies

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Artist Satatement
My Photographic Poetic, The Underlies, is inspired by Geometry and History, Graphic Design and Music. My work has Psicodelia and Surrealism as photographic lenses, the creations are 70% conceptual and abstract.
My masters in photography are the pillars Ansel Adams, Henry Cartier-Bresson and Elliot Erwitt, and produce the “look underlies” Nature, Landscapes, People / Portrait and Visual Poetry which represents the other 30% of my production.
Photos that release of the observer himself, photos made in moments of respite from the real, mystical moments that convey the silence and poetry of life, when “all elements harmonize” with my mind that unifies the whole, reaches equilibrium.
When Compose new readings of objects or common scenes look at today, and to create an independent aesthetic beauty, make a cut that abstracts the “canonical information” photography appropriate by channels of communication, and commercial production systems.
Sacred Geometry pf sunlight and Shadow
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Ordilei Caldeira
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Limited Editions

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Profile-Picture-SmallEvery artist pondering the concept of reproductions, especially photographers whose every piece is a reproduction, wonders if limited editions will increase sales.

Over the years I’ve observed some negative aspects of limiting editions:
• Some artists fail to keep accurate records of the number of actual editions, thereby destroying the mission, the purpose, and credibility.
• Some images sell well and artists often offer the same image in a different size as a “new” limited edition, thereby destroying their own credibility and eroding the reputation of the limited edition concept.
• Some limited editions don’t sell out, either because there is little demand or the artist offered too many editions, or both.

In order for limited editions to have integrity, artists and the galleries should be disciplined. Print few, keep good records, and retire the image completely.

With the exception of one limited edition image early on in my career, I don’t offer them. I may not have the perfect alternative, but it works for my clients and me. I maintain a collection (The Collector Series) that
• Garners a respectable price for each print
• Is printed with the highest quality materials
• Is guaranteed for permanence
• Bears my personal signature
• Are not printed by anyone but me

Non-Collector Series images are also available. They sell for less and their rights can be purchased.

As with everything valuable, its integrity is foundational.

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Reflections As Collages

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DeWolf_20120104_6192Collages can be some of the most interesting visual creations. The type I have in mind is not the unimaginative grid layouts of individual images, but the textured, multi-image overlays.

Window reflections are readymade collages. The challenge for the photographer is to blend and strengthen the components so that they become a single image with impact. The blending and strengthening happens in the “darkroom” after capture.

In addition, that auto focus function on the camera often hinders the right capture. You may walk away thinking your composition was good and that you got the right shot only to find out the lens focused on the wrong subject, like something behind the window.

Take some precautions, unless you enjoy being frisked. Before your creative impulses override your rational mind, contact the police department and their dispatch agency and tell them what you’re up to. To the average person, the photographer shooting reflections looks like a voyeur. He or she also looks like a burglar casing a building when the window being photographed belongs to the bank or jewelry store. And, don’t be shy about walking into the store or office and explain yourself when you notice someone inside with a bewildered look.

Brian DeWolf
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The Three Legs of Business

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The Three Legs of Business

An old axiom identifies three attributes of every business as price, service, and quality. However, one attribute, price, is automatically affected by the other two.

Wal-Mart emphasizes low prices and good service. As a result, customers don’t expect to find the highest quality products at Wal-Mart.

Similarly, Apple, Inc. has a reputation for innovation, high quality, and great service. To maintain those standards, their product pricing must support those goals.

Photographers who sell and market their images are no exception to this formula. To create and print the highest quality images, and back a business with 5-star customer service, prices must reflect those investments. You spend a lot of time editing and refining your images. You buy the best equipment and highest quality inks and papers to produce the best results. You spend time, and money if necessary, to treat clients like they are the most important people in the world. With those standards, you not only deserve a higher price for your work, you must not let “price shoppers” persuade you to sell for less than your business deserves. Eventually, you will either lower your standards, go out of business, or raise prices to survive.

Price is the crux of this formula. Decide which market you want; higher volume at lower prices or less volume with higher pricing. Just realize that prices determine the level of service and quality.

There is one more aspect to marketing art. If you put a lower price on your work than what you think it is worth, the market won’t think it is worth much either. But, integrity is priceless, so do not falsely inflate the price of your work.

Brian DeWolf, Photographer
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Brian DeWolf
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Crazy Lighs – Contemporary Abstraction

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Ordi-Calder-Ordilei-Caldeira_ordi-calder-fineartistHi! I’m Conceptual and Fine Art Photographer and I try to photograph the underlying reality of most people, I am a historian and expert in graphic design and photographer for 11 years, 2 years full time artist. I photograph Beyond the conceptual, the Fine Art Other categories: Architecture, Nature, Scapes, People.
My work classified as Golden is just Limited Edition: 1, 3, 5, 7, 10 Units Each Work in only one size and paper; it’s printed on cotton 310g Canson Photographique, with Certificate of Authenticity and certified to last through more than 250 years.
The work classified as Silver and Bronze are avaliable in Open Editions printed on the Fine Art papers and photographic papers.
In my development am a Bachelor in History and an Expert in Graphic Design, Photographer since 2001 and am there two years full time artist. I’m based on Cabo Frio, Rio de Janeiro, place of incredible beauty.

Ordilei Caldeira
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Lights Colors Reflex Horse Silhouette

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ordic150Specializing in conceptual fine art photography and documentary. Available for portraiture, commercial and editorial work. Based in Cabo Frio, Rio de Janeiro.
All the works on this site are available as Limited Edition Prints, Fine Art Prints and RM License.

To receive a list of prices for Limited Editions, please contact me!

My target are Art Consultants, Collectors, Galleries and, my work are available for licensing RM.

I use print labs Adorama Pix (New York) and EZ Prints (Georgia) and Spectrum Photographic (UK), photoshelter partners, to sell products with maximum quality: Prints, Framed prints, Mugs, Key Hangers, Mouse Pads,
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About :
Ordilei Caldeira is a self taught fine art photographer for 11 years (2001) his own style is the Conceptual, influenced by Surrealism, Psychedelia and Esoterism. Passionate about photography, also photographs Architecture, Landscape, Nature, People, Portrait and Travel.
2012 two works selected for exihbition ABSTRACTS 2012: the alternative eye, at 1650 gallery Los Angeles
In 2011 two of His conceptual work received the “Selected Award FIAP”.
His poetic photography is best understood through the concept of “underlies” the perception of the real scenes imbued with poetic values and where he can compose their subjective aesthetic.
Ordilei Caldeira
Website – Blog – Galleries – Portfolio

http://ordicalder.photoshelter.com
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Biography & Artist Statement

Foggy Morning Ride

Brian DeWolf

DeWolf_20120104_6192 “The more carefully we look, the more there is to see.”

DeWolf Biographical Info

Brian DeWolf lives in Batavia, IL. He began taking pictures after graduating from college in 1971. He did some portrait photography, but after having success in photographic competition with his landscapes, he devoted his efforts to it and refined his trademark style.

Brian grew up in Wheaton, IL. He attended McKendree University in Lebanon, IL and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. He sold hardware and related products as a manufacturer’s representative for his father’s business in the 1970’s and was a policeman in St. Charles, IL from 1979 until his retirement as a sergeant in May of 2000.

Serious attempts to be a photographic artist were made using a relic Mamiya 35mm camera and two lenses in the 1970’s. As time permitted, he photographed on sales trips around the Midwest. Before retiring from law enforcement he built a darkroom and shot with a medium format Hasselblad system. Eventually, high resolution film scans imported into Photoshop replaced the wet darkroom. Now his shooting and processing is all done digitally.

Brian is a member of Professional Photographers of America (PPA). His image “Foggy Morning Ride” was accepted into the PPA Loan Collection for 2002. Marathon Press, publisher of the Loan Collection, describes the collection as “the best of the best” from over 8,000 entries. “Foggy Morning Ride” was featured as the introduction to a special advertising section for Geneva, IL in Chicago Magazine June 2003. It also won the Denise Kavanagh award at the St. Charles Fine Art Show 2003. In 2008, he was awarded the Bronze Level Photographer of the Year award when four out of four entries merited in PPA’s international print competition. Thirteen of Brian’s images have “merited” in these international print competitions since 2002.

In 2006, about 80 of his images were chosen for “A Toast to the 14 Congressional District” event and fundraiser for Speaker of the House, United States Congressman Dennis Hastert. The featured guest speaker was the late Whitehouse Press Secretary Tony Snow.

In 2007 representatives of the Geneva, IL International Cultural Exchange
Committee and Croissy sans Frontieres in Croissy sur Seine, France invited DeWolf to photograph Croissy as a step in developing an artist exchange program between the two cities. Croissy and surrounding villages along the Seine River are called “the playground of the French impressionists”. It resulted in a 2009 solo exhibit in France that was attended by a member of the French Parliament, a French Senator, three local mayors, and the family of a former French Ambassador.

He offers a Collector Series that are “investment-grade” prints. Images are printed with inks and papers that have been independently tested for stability and longevity. His work is displayed, and sold, at Proud Fox Gallery in Geneva, IL

Artist Statement

“My photography began as an exercise to produce artistic images from the places that were most familiar to me. People no longer see the luster on what has become dull from familiarity. I learned that we need not travel far to find light falling seductively upon an object. Photography is a process of selecting, isolating, and enhancing a subject by finding that favorable light and then using techniques to enhance the most striking elements. It’s an exercise that can be done everywhere.”

“Our minds unwittingly interpret and isolate parts of a scene that get our attention and ignore others. The camera doesn’t interpret. That is one reason why the resulting print can disappoint us. A disappointing picture often tells us we should have noticed clutter in the scene and taken steps to omit them. Or maybe the lighting should have been better.”

“Just as one’s attention can be focused upon good, bad, or indifference, the camera can be focused on those aspects of life as well. I choose to focus my lens on that which is good in nature, good in mankind, thoughtful, and peaceful,. Although my work is photojournalistic in a sense, it does not illustrate strife and turmoil.”

“I don’t like to shoot spontaneously. I enjoy examining details of a scene. When something begs attention, instinct tells me to look at it more carefully. I evaluate the lighting, search the viewfinder for distracting objects, and look for the most favorable angle. Landscape photography sounds inherently relaxed, but even scenes that seem static are in flux and one must press the shutter release lest they get away.”

“A camera creates an historical document. I’m motivated to artistically document aspects of culture that often go unnoticed in a busy world. I hope viewers feel they are looking at a moment that was spared from its destiny as an unrecorded memory, and to do it in a way that is pleasing to look at. I also want the scene to produce an emotional response in others like it did for me.”

Brian DeWolf, Photographer
P.O. Box 113
Batavia, IL 60510-0113
www.BrianDeWolf.com
brian@briandewolf.com

Brian DeWolf

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P.O. Box 113
Batavia 60510
United States

Specialties

Landscape
Fine Art
Architecture / Interior

Meet Ordi Calder Fine Art Conceptual Photographer

Spiral - Work selected for the Hall Young Art XXIII Mato Grosso, 2003

Ordi Calder

Ordi-Calder-Ordilei-Caldeira_ordilei-caldeira-foto-do-artista I’m Conceptual Fine art photographer with two works Selected Conceptual FIAP Award (2011).
My target are Art Consultants, Collectors, Galleries and, my work are available for licensing RM.

I make available my work in Limited Editions and Fine Art Prints
I use print labs Adorama Pix (New York) and EZ Prints (Georgia) and Spectrum Photographic (UK), photoshelter partners, to sell products with maximum quality: Prints, Framed prints, Mugs, Key Hangers, Mouse Pads,
…………………………………………..
Prices:
Limited Edition: Please, contact.
Rights Managed: Pricing data provided by trusted partner fotoQuote®.
Prints: starts at $20
Ordilei Caldeira
Website – Blog – Galleries – Portfolio
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About :
Ordilei Caldeira is a self taught fine art photographer for 11 years (2001) his own style is the Conceptual, influenced by Surrealism, Psychedelia and Esoterism. Passionate about photography, also photographs Architecture, Landscape, Nature, People, Portrait and Travel.
2012 two works selected for exihbition ABSTRACTS 2012: the alternative eye, at 1650 gallery Los Angeles
In 2011 two of His conceptual work received the “Selected Award FIAP”.
His poetic photography is best understood through the concept of “underlies” the perception of the real scenes imbued with poetic values and where he can compose their subjective aesthetic.
Ordi Calder

Ordi Calder

Website

http://ordicalder.photoshelter.com

Blog and/or Portfolio

http://ordicalder.blogspot.com
http://ordicalder.photoshelter.com/gallery-list

Contact

ordicaldeira@gmail.com

Cabo Frio
Brazil
552281392800

Specialties

Conceptual
Landscape
Travel