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Photographer Captures Abandoned School Buses In The American Southwest Desert

March 19th, 2019

Photographer Captures Abandoned School Buses In The American Southwest Desert

SEARCHLIGHT, NEVADA - Fine art photographer Edward M. Fielding (edwardfielding.com) trekked into the Nevada desert under the blazing hot sun to photograph in old abandoned school buses and vintage vehicle baking under 115 degree heat. Hot enough to fry an egg on the oxidating metal hoods of these old cars, Fielding shot with a tripod, tilt-shift lens and a black Canon 6D camera body that became too hot to touch with bare hands. "I never drank as much Gatorade as I did that day in the desert. They say it is a dry heat, but 115 degrees is no joke no matter how dry it is".

There Is A Lot To See In This Black And White Still Life

March 12th, 2019

There Is A Lot To See In This Black And White Still Life

Grantham, NH - Black and white photography is a study of zen, ying and yang, balancing the dark shadows with the bright highlights. Creating an interplay of tones for light to dark.

Black and white photography strips away the distracting color and shows the eye a new way of seeing. A world in which only black, white and 265 distinct shades of gray in between can be detected by the human eye.

This is all you get to render a compelling image that stops the wandering eye. Dark and light, creating drama, intrigue, mystery and the exploration of wonderful texture. The skin on a pear. The timeworn scratches on an antique wooden bowl. The deep grain of an old wooden plank.

Stripped of color new information comes to the surface to take its place. Composition becomes paramount. The arrangement of the objects within the scene and within the frame becomes more important than color theory.

Lighting is crucial to the overall effectiveness of the final image....

Photographer Finds Some Strange And Wonderful Things On Cape Cod

March 6th, 2019

Photographer Finds Some Strange And Wonderful Things On Cape Cod

BARNSTABLE, MA - Fine art photographer Edward M. Fielding's recent explorations of the towns, villages, backroads and dunes of Cape Cod have discovered some interesting and unexpected things. Fielding's Cape Cod Portfolio (https://edward-fielding.pixels.com/art/cape+cod) brings to light a collection of images typically unseen by the tourist who flock to the beaches of Cape Cod.

Abandoned and discarded, old passenger train cars, shacks of driftwood hidden in the dunes, old mansions and country clubs left to rot, rows of indentical cottages from the 1920s bravely hanging on to the last bits of erroded shoreline.

This series of photographs of Cape Cod go beyond the postcard and tourist brochure images and dip into the reality of man's effect on the natural beauty of the Cape.

Photographer Finds Photographic Gold In The Middle Of The Nevada Desert

March 1st, 2019

Photographer Finds Photographic Gold In The Middle Of The Nevada Desert

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - For fine art photographer Edward M. Fielding (edwardfielding.com) finding abandoned vintage cars in the middle of nowhere in the hot Nevada desert is pure photographic gold.

Shooting in 115-degree heat under an unrelenting cloudless sky with no breeze presents a challenge for both photographer and photo equipment. With black plastic outer bodies of the camera reaching scalding temperatures, even controlling the focus ring has to be done with care.

Setting up a tripod and tilt-shift lens for multiple exposures, high dynamic range photographs of these handsome old cars abandoned in the American Southwest deserts, an hour from the nearest city, took great care and a lot of water for the photographer.

"I couldn't work more than 20 minutes at a time without feeling faint" said fine art photographer Edward M. Fielding of the experience. "I had to work for twenty minutes and then sit in the AC with a large Gatorade for about 30 minutes to...

New Release Of San Diego Fine Art Photographs From Edward M. Fielding

February 20th, 2019

New Release Of San Diego Fine Art Photographs From Edward M. Fielding

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA - Fine art photographer Edward M. Fielding has completed a photo shoot in the San Diego, California area and has released a portfolio of new images including the photographers favorite Scripps Pier.

Sea Lions basking in the sun on the La Jolla coast, Torrey Pines, photos of the University of California at San Diego, wine country photographs and Balboa Park. See the entire collection here: https://pixels.com/profiles/edward-fielding.html?tab=artworkgalleries&artworkgalleryid=840809

Photographer Edward Fielding Wins Best Of Trains Competition

January 31st, 2019

Photographer Edward Fielding Wins Best Of Trains Competition

Grantham, NH - "NIght Train" a fine art monochromatic photograph by artist Edward M. Fielding has taken first place in the "Best of Trains" art contest.

"Night Train" features a vintage steam locomotive barrelling through the woods of the Connecticut River Valley area around Essex, Connecticut.

Prints of "Night Train" are available for purchase as framed and matted prints, canvas, acrylic, wood, metal prints and more. https://edward-fielding.pixels.com/featured/night-train-essex-valley-railroad-edward-fielding.html

How To Save On Unique Cards For Your Business Mailings

January 24th, 2019

How To Save On Unique Cards For Your Business Mailings

Grantham, NH - Businesses looking for an attention-grabbing way to create buzz for their next promotion should consider one of the over 5,000 photographs and artworks in the portfolio of Edward M. Fielding on traditional cards.

These cards which include envelopes are heavily discounted when bought in boxes of 25 cards. Send them as thank you cards to customers. Send them as reminders to customers who might have forget about your services. Send them seasonally to stay connected with customers. A personalized card will show your customer that you are willing to go the extra mile for their patronage.

I Hate Mondays

January 21st, 2019

I Hate Mondays

Grantham, NH - "I hate Mondays" is a black and white fine art photograph by artist Edward M. Fielding which features his West Highlands White Terrier or Westie dog.

"I hate Mondays" depicts a cute small white dog fresh out of the shower, wrapped in a towel. The artwork is part of a series from "The Quotable Westie" of cute dog photographs of Tiki the Westie and friends such as Pete the Pug.

A collection of photographs from this series was released as two small books on Amazon called "Pugs" and "The Quotable Westie".

All of Fielding's dog photographs can be seen here on Fine Art America at - https://edward-fielding.pixels.com/art/dog

Artists Blog Visited 47,000 Times

January 9th, 2019

Artists Blog Visited 47,000 Times

Jerome, Arizona - Fine art photographer Edward M. Fielding's popular blog "Dogford Studios" a mix of travel stories, fine art photography tips and selling advice for fellow artists has received an incredible 47,000 views recently for one post entitled "Road Trip".

Road Trip tells the story of a day trip from Phoenix, Arizona to the old mining town of Jerome, Arizona and a side trip to an abandoned gold mine and ghost town on the outskirts of this rough and tumble collection of old historic buildings ready to slide off the mountainside.

Come along with fine art photographer Edward M. Fielding and explore this unique collection of old buildings, American cars, trucks and rusting old iron that remains at this historic spot in the American Southwest.

https://www.dogfordstudios.com/jerome-ghost-town-road-trip/

Photographers Work On The Cover Of Novel

January 2nd, 2019

Photographers Work On The Cover Of Novel

Grantham, NH - Fine art photographer Edward M. Fielding's work graces another bestselling novel. The United States and Canada editions of "The Invited" by Jennifer McMahon feature a variation of Fielding's image called "Hand In The Window" a photograph of a century old farmhouse found on Prince Edward Island.

The novel "The Invited" by nine-time published author Jennifer McMahon (the New York Times best-selling author of THE WINTER PEOPLE) is a chilling ghost story with a twist. McMahon returns to the woods of Vermont to tell the story of a husband and wife who don't simply move into a haunted house, they start building one from scratch, without knowing it, until it's too late.

Edward M. Fielding licenses his photographic work for the publishing industry via ArcAngel Images of New York, Paris, London and Spain. Fielding's work has appeared on the cover of novels around the world.

Arcangel Images Inc (USA)
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