Introducing Fine Art Photographer/Instructor/lecturer
Lance A. Lewin
For the most part, Lewin’s inspiration from behind the viewfinder comes from a richly filled combination of studying the pioneers of photography in the mid to late 19th century and masters of the 20th century, (e.g., Julia Margret Cameron, Alfred Stieglitz, Ansel Adams and Bob Kolbrener, for just four examples) while also studying art history, drawing and design, all in the pursuit of developing his own artistic narratives.
Though a lot of Lewin’s work cannot be deemed as “Straight Photography”, nonetheless, he stay clear of trends that can lead to what some refer to as hyper-reality and composite alternatives, instead, maintaining a photographic canvas that balances between modernist and pictorial aesthetics that evoke a sense of reality and authenticity. Please, visit Lewin’s website to learn a little more about his perspectives from behind the lens and teaching philosophy.
* Photographic Society of America (PSA) Global B&W Photography Mentor
* PSA South Atlantic Membership Director
* Contributing writer for PhotoPXL.com
* Past Board Member at Gilmer Arts Center in Ellijay, Georgia·
* Lewin’s website: visualizingart.com