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Rejuvenate Your Wall Art This Spring and Save

50% off sale on Wall Art Prints, Collectible Fine Art, DIY Printable art, and Digital Backgrounds for your iphones and androids.

Spring Nesting

For me, spring always feels like it’s time to reorganize, redesign, or redecorate my home and work spaces. I guess because mother nature has purged herself and is now showing signs of colorful life again…or maybe I’m just weird…(let me know if you feel the same during spring).

Anyway, this year we decided to take on redecorating our living room and dining room, it’s been a few years since we updated the rooms so I think its time to brighten them up and add fresh new art prints. (When I say “we” it means “I” decided and hubby goes along with it lol) So, while I’m going this “spring nesting” phase (his words), I’ve put my wall art & fine art prints, as well as the printable art & digital backgrounds for you devices, on sale for all of those that are going through a spring rejuvenation spell like me 😉.

50% off sale on Wall Art Prints, Collectible Fine Art, DIY Printable art, and Digital Backgrounds for your iphones and androids.
Nature Landscape Photograph Calming Morning - Fine Art Canvas Prints - Home Decor Unframed Wall Art Prints. Calming Morning is a beautiful landscape photograph of a historic stone wall and a single tree standing in the middle of a field on a foggy morning. Photograph was created on the grounds of Brandywine Creek State park located in Wilmington, Delaware.

Landscape Photo Leading Me Into The Light Colorized

Rural Landscape Photo "Leading Me Into the Light" by nature and landscape photographer Melissa Fague

 

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Autumn Reflections Landscape Photo – Split Toned

Autumn Reflections is a landscape photograph created on a little pond near Claton Delaware to capture the stunning details in color of the autumn leaves and the heavy rolling clouds over the pond.

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Lost In Autumn Color Landscape Photo

Lost in Autumn Color is a landscape photograph of a cluster of trees in the center of a still pond in full autumn color. The image was created to capture the beautiful natural framing of the foreground trees that have not changed in color yet while showcasing the beautiful array of fall color in the center of the pond.

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Landscape Photography Tip: Flowing Water

Pixley Falls 1 Landscape Photography print Pixley Falls 1 by nature photographer Melissa Fague

Landscape Photo Pixley Falls 1 created by Landscape Photographer Melissa Fague

Flowing Water

There are many options to landscape photographers when it come to photographing water. If there is a river, creek, or stream that flows through the landscape scene you are about to photograph, think about the characteristic of it and how you should convey those characters in the final photograph. A large, slow moving river has a completely different look and feel than a fast moving mountain stream with rocks and boulders. The characteristics of the water can be the point of interest in the photograph or it can serve as a complimentary element in your composition by using it as a leading line, as a horizontal line, or as a shape simply by moving around the scene during the photo shoot.

Landscape Photography print Autumn Reflections created by nature photographer Melissa Fague

Landscape Photo Autumn Reflections created by Landscape Photographer Melissa Fague

While on the location look carefully for any reflections on the surface of the water too. You have the option for the reflections to enhance the landscape photo. For instance, the colored reflections of bright autumn leaves can sometimes enhance the landscape photos. Or you may find that the reflections on the surface of the water takes away from the landscape scene, if this is the case you can reduce the glare and reflections by using a polarizing filter. If you don’t have a filter, moving around the scene could help you with the options to include the reflections or eliminate the as well. Worst case scenario, you return to the location when the sun is at a different angle to the water.

Wall art prints and licensing options for both landscape photographs are available through our online store PI Photography and Fine Art

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