Jeffrey Stoner Photography:

The Meaning in Trees (retail price on front cover)

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Jeffrey Stoner
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
44 pages Perfect-bound
fine art, Jeffrey Stoner, Low Country, mountains, photography, south carolina, Tennessee, trees

I was eight years old when I first had the desire to make an image. Walking outside after an overnight ice storm, I was mesmerized by an ice-covered tree glistening in the morning sun. I desperately wanted a camera to make that image.

My ongoing fascination with trees inspired me to make this special portfolio of my favorite tree images from the Mountain South to the Sea.

I believe the viewer of a fine art photograph completes the process the photographer started.

When making a photograph my goal is to create an image that not only includes what I am seeing but also what I am experiencing with my other senses. To accomplish this I choose what portion of the scene to include in the photograph, how much of it is in focus, whether any motion should be frozen or blurred, and how to lead the viewer’s eyes through the photograph using light, lines and color.

My desire is for the viewer of my images to not only see the image but experience it as well.

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