~~~~Art, Images and Video~~~~

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Riding the back roads of the Navajo Nation, Arizona.

Art, images and video. That about says it all. To find art in the world around us, one only has to look.

If photography is an art, are there rules?

Art is the use of skill and imagination in the creation of objects, environments, or experiences that can be shared with others.

Now that is a game I can play.

Exploits of Uncertainty (Big Bend NP Dual-sport Riding) (HD) from Britt Runyon on Vimeo.

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10 Responses to ~~~~Art, Images and Video~~~~

  1. Laura Crossey says:

    I look forward to exploring your work!

  2. I’m floored when I lock my eyes on some of these amazing photos. I too share the same feeling of love for nature. I’m looking foward to getting a glimpse of what is next to come!

  3. Ed Haywood says:

    I just got your photo of “Paiute Road” in a large format 30 by 17 printed on metal. WOW it looks so great on my office wall . Supper clear and sharp ! I couldn’t be happier ! Thanks !

  4. Julie Kelly says:

    I Just found your email in my Junk Mail…opps wrong place..
    Your photo you took of me in the Grand is on my wall and in my heart!
    Thanks for the trip of a lifetime….
    I am still here in AK

  5. You obviously do have skill and imagination. It is your skill that allows you to create the image that you imagine. But I disagree about there being no rules. Photography does have rules which you obviously know and follow. Rules of composition, quality and direction of light, correct exposure, and many more are all things you understand and use effectively to create your images. If you didn’t understand and follow the “rules”, you pictures would just be snapshots. Rules are not there to limit you; they are there to enable you to master your art!

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