One last one from Art in the Park here...
This is from my friend Wendy Dickerson's booth called How Charming. She makes charms of every type you can imagine. This one struck me as sentimental since it reminded me of my nurse wife.
I'm finding in my artistic journey that it is not the technical aspects of a photo that sells it to most of us. It is the sentimental that makes us want to attach a photo to our walls or story books.
That said, the any good of a photo is almost equal parts technical and art that can tell a story.
So I guess our job as an artist trying to create a story from our minds and then to capture it in our particular product. If we do our jobs right with technical and artistic competence, we will have that story connect with some cord in others in a way that allows them to relate to the piece as well.
Not as easy as it sounds or looks...or to understand late at night after a good long day with four kids, yard work and a photo session!
P.S. Fujifilm X-E1with 60mm Macro. Contact Wendy at Howcharming22@gmail.com if you'd like to see her work!