Sometimes as a designer and photographerI forget that art is not 100% control. When it comes to graphic design, the process may end up looking controlled, like a scientific process but it’s nori. It does not start off that way. In photography control is an illusion. You are either capturing the randomness of life around you, or you’re creating the moment with lights and make up and such. Even when the image turns out pretty much exactly how you wanted it there is still the random to balance and enhance the purpose. I’m working on a painting and in this the random is even more present and it can be at times so very hard to let the random have it’s lead. Still when I do remember it, it’s presence seldom steps wrong.
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I'm a Freelance Artist living in Middle Tennessee! I do Photography, Graphic Design, Illustration and more! It is my hope I can assist you with your creative needs. On top of it all I have a site called ForgottenTennessee.com a site dedicated to capturing old buildings, cemeteries, and more before nature and time erase them. View all posts by jerrywinnett