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Tuesday, October 17th, 2017 | Author:

I couldn’t resist sharing another powerful way to use a tilt/shift lens. To create this image of Split Bow Arch at Big South Fork National Recreation area I used a 24mm tilt/shift lens.
I used the shift function to take three images one each, shifted right center and left, respectively. Once back on the computer I stitched them together with the panorama tool in photoshop.
If you are interested in learning more about composition, using lenses creatively, and making prints please consider joining us for the Big South Fork Fall Photography Workshop, October 26-29th, 2017 that I will be leading with Ron Rice.
We would love for you to join us, just click on the link below to sign up or get more information: http://www.jorjorianpublishing.com/bigsouthforkfall2017.html

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Thursday, March 10th, 2016 | Author:

After wading up a stream for a 100 yards or so I came upon this scene. It is moments like these that make it clear to me that I am living the dream!

Photo © Byron Jorjorian www.byronjorjorian.com

Sunday, November 22nd, 2015 | Author:

I love hiking and being in the outdoors. Frankly, I even enjoy hikes that are strenuous. The hiking and physical part of getting to the locations that I photograph adds to the richness of the experience and clears my mind, setting the stage for the creative process to begin.  With that in mind here is an image I created when everything finally came together. And here is a Iphone photograph of the trail I hiked 6 times over 2 days seeking the right light.

 


Friday, November 22nd, 2013 | Author:

I was photographing in early spring in the Texas Hill country and I became fascinated by the abstract patterns that were being created and changed almost instantly by the wind. The wind can create problems for photography but it can also create opportunities!

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Sunday, October 27th, 2013 | Author:

I created this image in Brazil a few years ago….

Photo © Byron Jorjorian

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Thursday, January 24th, 2013 | Author:

Today I printed a 40×60 gallery wrapped canvas print of this image for a client. It has been a popular abstract With my clients and is one of my  personal favorites. So I wanted to take a few minutes to share it with you. Visualizing a deeply three dimensional scene such as this as a two dimensional abstract photograph is exciting to me. Then composing and creating the image and finally to see it output as a massive print to share with others is thrilling! I created this image while hiking at the bottom of a gorge in Big South Fork National Recreation area in Tennessee.

Photograph © Byron Jorjorian

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Tuesday, December 18th, 2012 | Author:

I had my eye on this Gingko tree for several days before the right conditions presented themselves for this photograph. The tree fairly glowed in the heavy fog at sunrise and I had only a few minutes to set up and get the image. Within 5-6 minute the fog burned off and this special moment was gone.

Photograph © Byron Jorjorian

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Sunday, December 16th, 2012 | Author:

I spent several mornings this summer photographing in a field of sunflowers. I arrived at sunrise and wandered among them looking for different compositions. After spending an hour or so going for the obvious images, I would  begin to seek out images that challenged my thinking and revealed aspects of the flowers that was a bit different.

Photograph © Byron Jorjorian

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Friday, January 29th, 2010 | Author:

Frost covered leaves imaage #011208_10As a fine art nature photographer the desire to travel explore and photograph in new locations is ever present. Photographs of exotic lands are always popular. However, often the most amazing art is created from the ordinary moments in nature that are all around us. This image I made early one January morning right after we had moved into our new home. I walked out my front door and spied these frost covered leaves. I ran back in got my camera and spent the next 30 minutes creating this image. This image has become one of my most popular photographs.