How would you define ‘fine art photography’? The general idea of fine art photography is to use photography as a medium of creative expression. The ultimate goal of that is to express an idea, a message, or an emotion, or may be to set a certain mood. A fine art photograph should not always be a portrait or a heavily composed scene. A photograph from any genre of photography which fulfill the above mentioned is a fine art photograph.
Can a pet photograph be a fine art photograph? Yes it can, and the photographer Haron Haghuis has shown it by examples with his works. His pet photographs (dog photographs specifically) are not just typical captures. All of them are conveying some strong emotions and create a mood. Let us dive into the images and let the photographs talks themselves.
Framing, composition, exposure and lighting are spot-on in these photographs. Further, the depth of field is taken into advantage extensively and it has added a great value to the photographs. And for the hardest part, he has cleverly managed to maintain certain emotions on dogs’ faces.
He has totally devoted his photography career for dogs. There are tons more dog photographs in his websites and social media channels. Make sure to visit them. And finally, don’t forget to leave a commment on these amazing photographs. Enjoy the rest of the images below.