I wanted to share some of my fine art work. I am known for my technical expertise, but I feel that technique with out feeling is usually meaningless. Technique ought to be in the service of visual communication, whether commercial or beautiful or both.
The images in this book are from the beach, buildings, beings and beauty: four Bs. I hope that they will invite you to make your own images.
The images in this book were done over many years and evoke deep feelings for me. There has been a lot of involuntary time travel as I assembled these images. I hope that they will be meaningful for you. I hope this book will help to open your own vision.
Please consider supporting my work by purchasing this book. Since this is privately printed I will know of each sale. This is really an attempt at a more personal sharing. Thank you for your attention.
John Siskin is a fine art and commercial photographer who often works with landscape and architectural images. He has taught photography for more than twenty years. He is currently teaching lighting and portrait classes at BetterPhoto.com. You can see more of his work can be seen at www.siskinphoto.com. His first book, Understanding and Controlling Strobe Lighting: A Guide for Digital Photographers, is published by Amherst Media. It was first available in the fall of 2010. His second book for Amherst media will be Lighting spaces, a photographers guide to lighting architecture, commercial and other big spaces with flash and ambient light. You can also find a book of his fine art images: B Four, at Blurb.com. He has been published in The New Yorker, View Camera Magazine, Shutterbug, Photo Technique and several other magazines. You can view some of his magazine articles on his website: www.siskinphoto.com. His work has been part of many exhibits.