Fine art photography by Craig Boehman "Holy Water" is a composite image made up of two photos. Purchase the First Edition here: https://www.craigboehmanfineart.com/product-page/holy-water I've always had a thing for water, which has been a constant companion as recurring dreams since I was 16 years old. I've had dozens or maybe even hundreds of these dreams in one form or another. The typical scenario is me and others being chased by a tsunami threat. So terrible were some of
Fine art photography by Craig Boehman Purchase the First Edition here: https://www.craigboehmanfineart.com/product-page/Holodream Holodream was created in 2020, a composite image made up of several photos I've taken over the years. None of the images were photographed together at the same time and place. During the 2020 Covid-19 pandemic lockdown in India, I discovered the world of fine art composite photography. I have dabbled with it in the past but never seriously studied
by Craig Boehman April 1, 2017 - Manali, India Back in 2017, I'd embarked on my 365-day project called #3StrangersAday. I was in Manali with a screwed-up ankle and I could barely walk. I wasn't able to join my wife and friends on a hike to a nearby snowfield because of this and I also wanted to get my shots in for the day while I could. I settled myself onto a bench at the old town square in Manali sometime in the late morning. I opted for my 55-250mm lens because of my limit
If you practice street photography for a few years, you may notice some amazing benefits by Craig Boehman I’ve practiced street photography for over six years. To borrow from the commercial trucker world, that’s some proper long-haul time. This includes one year of everyday street photography back in 2017 when I photographed three strangers a day for my aptly titled project, #3StrangersAday.
What I’m getting around to is the fact that there are personal benefits to be reape
Fine art street photography by Craig Boehman. This is a re-edit of my best shot from Day 8 of my #3StrangersAday project shot in 2017. I've embarked on the task of going back through the 1,096 images I had taken for this 365 day project to choose and re-edit one image from each day. Each of these new versions will be processed with a fine arts aesthetic utilizing a square frame. You may view the project page and all 1,096 original edits on my Flickr account: https://www.flick