One of the most rewarding parts of being a photographer is seeing your work on display.
Let me share a little bit of the process of how I created this Fine Art Print.
I wanted to have a warm, autumn feeling as I gathered these props for this photo. The set up is located on a countertop in a kitchen with dark wood. As I took this shot, I looked the rich colors and decided to edit this fine art photo darker and moodier. With the printing process, I used McKenna Pro and this beautiful photo for a great price. When you are editing to print, you must always have your computer brightness to a little less than half. This allows you to see how dark it will print. It’s critical to edit your photo much lighter because it will always print darker, and not as crisp. If I could print this again, I would even go brighter and sharper with my editing.
The name of my photo is “Apple Spice and Everything Nice”
This photo is now being displayed on the main floor of the Spori building on BYU-Idaho’s campus. Come and see!
To see other Fine Art photos, click here to Martin Bailey’s work!