Art is where the heart is.

People have been asking this question for 180 years: is photography art? At an early meeting of the Photographic Society of London, founded in 1853, one of the members complained that the new technique was ‘too literal to compete with works of art’ because it was unable to ‘raise the imagination’. When considering whether a photograph is art, emotion plays a major role. Digital image processing has brought the art of painting, and photography closer together. Painters are free to omit elements from an image when they paint. But bringing images back to ‘real’ reality is also possible with digital image manipulation, especially when a photo series must meet criteria of World Press Photo (such as the Jan Banning series). We understand how to bring emotion to life in a photograph and make the pixels fluid. Be inspired by the various art series that have been admired by thousands of people in world-famous museums. Impressive works of art have come to life through years of close collaboration with artists who want to see their emotion worked out to perfection.

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