Night Landscape Photographs: “Until the End of the World.” Until the End of the World: Night Landscape Photographs, Steve Giovinco from Steve Giovinco
Until the End of the World: Eerie Night Landscape Photographs [Presentation]
Waiting in Ambiguity: Casandra in Afternoon Light Photo Commission, Steve Giovinco Cassandra stood in the kitchen, with afternoon light. See related article: Find Your Way Creatively: Let the Work Lead You Through, A Guide for Artists and Photographers
It Seems Like the End is Near: Night Photography in Wyoming The town of Buffalo is about twenty miles away, but it oddly glowed in the foggy night. Strange. Later it rained, and nearby on the main road, a truck stopped in the middle of the road with no driver; moments later it was gone.
Dru, Eagles Mere, Pennsylvania. We came across a strange yurt-like structure; it was unlocked, so we went in. The light was perfect as Dru laid down.
A Recent Commission of Photographs for the Site Monegraph Monegraph, co-founded by Kevin McCoy, reached out to me a while back, and commissioned a group of photographs for their site. Here are some of them. They have a curious approach: Monegraph is a mix between an online agent and an editioned photo print portfolio. Here, unlike other sites selling
Robert and Rick, photographed while buying wedding bands at Tiffany’s and getting their marriage license. They were married at New York City Hall, on December 29, 2015. The photographic wedding commission was unposed, natural and spontaneous.
The moon only came up for about an hour, and was low in the sky in south central Wyoming.
Capturing the Real You, in an Artful, Candid, Documentary Way My approach for events, performances and portraits is as a fine art photographer, with a creative, candid, fine art and documentary style. The goal is to capture real moments and genuine emotion spontaneously, artfully. The results are unusually beautiful, lyrical, and unpredictable as I aim to
Palermo Cats Playing Among The Garbage While walking in the late afternoon, I came across this scene of cats playing in garbage along a busy street in Palermo. Intuitively, I quickly took the photograph. Only later did I see what was really in the photo, which is normally how it happens: you just respond to