Martin Konopacki

As eloquent as any form of image making can be, photography can offer the greatest opportunity for expressing creativity. Whereas the definition of fine art can be debated in any medium, it still holds true that beauty (and art) is in the eye of the beholder. For whatever purpose you may be acquiring fine art photography, aesthetic appreciation or for investment, the primary consideration is the appeal of the artwork to you personally. Could you live with this image? Does it have meaning beyond the context of the design? Does it have a modernity, pertaining to a time? Traditionally black and white photographs offer an established form of fine art for many varied uses. The illustrations here are a few examples of form and technique.