Welcome to Ken Sapp Photography, I have a passion for fine art photography. A photographic image is only a two dimensional representation of a moment in time. Each of us will experience that moment in our own unique way. It is my hope to capture my feelings and experience at that moment. The digital format allows me to bring out the best in an image, whether it is the colors, shapes or textures. The media invites experimentation and creativity; a beautiful colorful image invokes a different mood when converted to black and white. The mood swings when color is added to a black and white image. Textures and shapes tell their own stories with each image enhancement. Then there are those images that are so powerful, nothing needs be done. The old technique of hand coloring-hand painting a photographic image is a wonderful way to retell the story. Photography has been a passion of mine for many years; I hope my images create a special moment for you.
I will keep you updated on events, provide tips, share techniques and have a little fun as well.
August 24, 2015
One of my favorite things to do with images is to hand color/ hand paint them. I print in black and white, then depending on the paper used will choose the medium to use.Read the Full Post »
August 04, 2015
This is one of my favorite images. Every time I see a wind farm it reminds me of Don Quixote chasing windmills. It is a composite made from four separate images. The wind...Read the Full Post »
March 02, 2014
I took a break from my photography for a while, just wasn't getting inspired and needed some revitalizing. I discovered that I didn't have a style or niche, so I lost the...Read the Full Post »
July 01, 2013
I recently participated in the Wells Street Art Festival in Old Town Chicago (June 8-9). The setup on Saturday morning was quite interesting since people did not follow t...Read the Full Post »
February 14, 2013
This image was created using a technique that mimics watercolor painting. To create the effect in Photoshop®, first open the image and duplicate it; close the original im...Read the Full Post »
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