Leading lines are maybe the common element throughout my whole portfolio. It is very important for me to have a composition where the eyes will be drive naturally towards the main subject. Having super-light or any moody weather conditions will not make a good image whether the composition is not perfectly balanced…. And for me, good composition is a matter of leading lines.
EWW: Several artists have some difficulty in discerning between photography and fine art photography. What are your thoughts about the two types or is there really no distinction?
JORGE: For me Fine art photography is a work that was thought of, there was a special care in the creative process, from the conception, the shooting and post-production. It’s about an artist vision, a message, an emotion we want to transmit to the viewer.
Ellen Fisch has exhibited her fine art architectural photography, Novoimago, extensively in the United States. Exhibitions also include solo and group shows in the NY Mercantile Exchange; Museum of American Finance; African American Museum of Art; numerous libraries and galleries in NYC, and many other locations.
EWW: You have several galleries such as Still Life, Tulips, ﬂoral, landscape, etc. Do you have a favorite? Why?
Craig: I would have to say “Surfs Up” My surﬁng gallery. I love the motion and beauty of the riders carving thru the waves and shooting in great lighting conditions. I’ve found it more exciting than shooting Racing.