August 11th, 2013
Well, summer end is fast approaching. With fall right around the corner, there is still a lot of summer photos to capture. Although my work schedule has prevented me from being out in the field filming, I have managed to get some nice photos worthy of being included in my gallery. With all of the opportunities for some terrific photos, the hard part is choosing which direction to go. From the rivers, to the corn fields and everything in between, my brain is often on overload. I fell like there is not enough time to get all those great summer photos in, but I will move forward and hope to bring you more great photos of summer.
As my biography says, this summer I have managed to do the unexpected and photograph some things I normally do not film. This summer I photographed some classic cars, a first for this artist. Many of you know my work is made up mostly of nature landscapes, sunsets, an old barn or two, and woodland settings. My goal before summers end is to get out to Lexington Kentucky and visit the Horse Park. Some of the most beautiful landscapes around can be found in the horse country of Lexington Kentucky. So before long I will add to my gallery some fine art prints for all of those horse lovers out there. I would also like to hear from all of you as to what kind of photos you would like to see me photograph. Please share with me what inspires you. What kind of photography draws you in. In the mean time, feel free to visit my gallery and see what's new by Deborah Fay Photography.
July 21st, 2013
Well, here goes. Is anyone out there? I am new to blogging which after this blog will be probably obvious to some. I suppose a good place to start is to introduce myself. My name is Deborah Fay and I am a self taught artist who developed her love of photography though nature. Born in Cincinnati Ohio, most of my life was spent living along the California coast. Trips to see the Great Giant Sequoias and the breathtaking Redwood Forests is what fueled my passion for nature and a love of wildlife.
A tree hugger long before it was cool; I decided to follow my love of nature and capture the beauty I seen though my lenses to share with others. I truly think the love I have for nature has to be in my DNA. Although most of my work features Mother Nature, once in a while I like to go off the beaten path and film something unexpected.
In my photos of nature, I strives to let the beauty of Mother Nature speak for its self in my work. I believe that “Mother Nature is the greatest canvas of all. I was recently asked who my favorite artist/photographer was. Without hesitation, it has to be “God”. Although there were many greats like Ansel Adams and William Henry Jackson, it was God who is the Master Artist. For me, God has created the beauty we see though our lenses, and gives us the gift of discovering what touches our heart through photography. I hope you enjoy my future blogs and my work.