In almost all cases, the underwater photographer uses five "levers" to capture a picture that best represents the natural appearance of the subect-- 1) ambient light, 2) artificial light, 3)focal length, 4)shutter speed, and 5)aperture. With these tools, it is possible to capture everything from a whale shark in shallow water to a tiny pygmy seahorse in the deep. But sometimes creativity requires that these same tools be used to create a work of art. A slow shutter can blur movement. Artificial light can brighten the foreground and leave the background black. The result is a photo that is more artistic than realistic.
Many artsy photos can take the place of human created art on a wall. They make great highlight pieces and communicate how nature is every bit the artist as any human being. These photos look great in a living room or in a prominent hallway. They say a lot about the owner as much as they do about the art. They will capture the attention of your guests and start great conversations.
If you are not satisfied with your purchase (print quality, shipping damage), we will replace it at no cost. If you are still unhappy with the 2nd shipment, we will refund your money. We want you to love your Jeff Yonover print(s) !
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