A glorious, breathtaking stampede of horses in the sea! This is a perfect scene for not only those who like horses, but for those who appreciate the incredible energy and power of animals. A single animal can prove to be powerful enough. Bring together the energy of several examples of the same animal, and you have boundless potential for that energy and power. Artists have captured this in their works for years, and this piece is no exception. Available in several different prints, or as an interior décor product, such as duvet covers, t-shirts, or shower curtains. (Jan Keteleer)
This dynamic, rich piece features the striking visual of falcons in their distinctive, powerful surroundings. A moon that is simply massive, almost too close for comfort, hangs over the evening sky. The falcons are profoundly dedicated to their purpose. They will not stop hunting until they have found what they are looking for. If you happen to be one of the animals preferred by falcons, it isn’t hard to imagine the moon representing the heart. It is almost about to burst from fear and excitement. Available in several print forms, or as a home interior décor product. (Jan Keteleer)
Few creatures emphasize power and grace in a more compelling way than the rhino. Unfortunately, if we don’t take climate change seriously, they may disappear in our lifetime. This provocative fine art piece reminds us that we still have so much to do, if we are going to save the world. (Jan Keteleer)
There is something about this fine art piece that draws us in from the first moment we look to it. We can almost imagine a scene such as this from a dream. We know that if we were there, we would have to make our way into the clear water. We would have to swim towards that great structure, which seems to float on the water. We know this is impossible. We don’t know far we will have to swim to get there. We move forward anyway. We are compelled by whatever we are going to find in that structure. Available as framed or canvas wall art.
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Winter conditions are often harsh in Sweden, with lots of snow, ice and darkness.
We travel a lot in northern Sweden and this HD-1080 video clip collection shows the dificult conditions when driving on slippery roads and motorways.
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Photography is a form of recording life. Adjusting, or editing, the photograph is a form of interpreting life. The magic happens after the picture is taken when the artist bends and twists the information to give the image personality.
Although I am often guilty of over-interpreting by giving too much emphasis to the parts of the scene that I want to strengthen, it is best for edits to be subtle. Think of it as a stew where no single ingredient dominates and takes the mystery out of the creation.
A great image demands the viewer’s attention, but stumps him or her as to what it is exactly that is so captivating. Too much color saturation or over-manipulation of light and shadow, for example, causes the maker’s interpretation to be obvious. It’s like someone stating a profundity and then repeating it. It only needs to be said once to have the right effect.
That being said, this foggy scene of the Japanese Boat House has about 3 hours of editing into it. Hopefully no one sees that.
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One morning when I was doing a Caracara survey, I suddenly realized that a fog bow had formed. I had never seen one before and was a bit confused, but I took photos. Later in the day, I compared notes with others involved in the survey and a number of people had seen them.