The photographs I take are an attempt to capture a scene or object the way it appears the moment the photo is taken. Sometimes this may be more difficult than one may think. But for me the object is to capture the photograph in the camera in a way requiring as little manipulation as possible to achieve an accurate representation of the subject. The tools I use to manipulate an image, when necessary, are the same tools someone would use to produce a good print. Sometimes an image may need to be darkened or lightened. Cropping may be needed. Sometimes a photograph may need more color saturation. Funny thing about color saturation. A photograph, sunset for example, may come out of the camera and produce a print with vibrant color. Other photographs, same camera, lens, and memory card, may need a little extra color saturation to look "right". In conclusion, in most of my photographs the object is not to create a work of art but to capture one, a unique moment in time. Then again, some are just for the fun of it.
Benjamin M. Gibson
A Word About The Flowers:
The maximum recommended print size (Max RPS) for the larger groups of flowers is 12x18; 8x12 is recommended. For the small flowers the recommended size is 5x7 not to exceed 8x12. Consider creating a lasting bouquet for a wall.