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I Danced a Song on the Black Sand Beach in Iceland - Los Angeles Fine Art Photographer

I love it when I get to share my personal journey and artistic vision with potential investors.  In recent events that were held for the Naked vs. Nude photography show, it was fun seeing how many (including artists) thought my series of fine art nude photography resembles those of paintings and drawings.  What they did not know was that I like emitting a sense of dream/fairy tale/feeling through my work.  As a result, the work seems "out-of-this-world" as my client-turned-friend Sylvia likes to describe.  

When in Dyrholaey, Iceland, we went to meet the
ever-so-clumsy Atlantic puffins.  While waiting for their royal presence either from their burrows or back from sea, my mind (and eyes) wondered off...  The reward for the easily-distracted mind is a painting on a black canvas made of sand (see, not all who wander are lost).  

If my new writer friend Deji paints pictures with words, do you hear the song that I danced across the black sand beach in Iceland?              

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Abstract-Painting-Black-Sand-Beach-Dyrholaey-Iceland-Copyright-Jean-Huang-Photography-(1)

The series of fine art nude photography will be on display at the Hive Gallery and Studios for limited time.  And, I don't know if I told you, they are limited in remaining editions as well. :-)

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This Year, I Strive to Continue Creating, as Always... - Los Angeles Fine Art Photographer

Happy New Year, everyone!

I'm not a new year's resolution kind of person and am not trying to change it this year.  To me, life is a continuum.  How do you determine when you start or stop things based on the time of the year?  If I enjoy doing something, I do it now.  I do not wait 6 months until the beginning of the next year so I feel authorized to pick up something I love.

So, recently I attended a wedding and came back with the center-piece on our table.  If I don't have my hand (or spin) on anything that's presented at home, I can't call myself "the creative". :-)  So I was pulling apart the center-piece and I'm sure this vase has been lonely and now found the match of her life! :-)

For those that know me, I have the urge to document beauty.  So I wasted no time in making this image.  I love the mood that's created by the light and the colors that I designed.  It looks like a painting, doesn't it?

This year, I will stay true to my heart and continue creating...

Now, it's your turn to tell me how you feel about this image. :-)

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Painting with Light in Photography - Los Angeles Transformational Beauty Photographer

Do you know the word "photography" means "painting with light"?  Years into taking photographs, I'm enjoying painting my photographs with light more than any other time.  In my opinion, it's even better in black and white, when there's no distraction from the colors.

What do you think of this "painting"?  To have your beauty "painted", click on the image below to contact us.

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