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Robert Woodward

Robert Woodward

A Different Perspective

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PLEASE NOTE: All images and content contained herein are © Robert Woodward and all rights are reserved. No image or content herein may be copied, reproduced or otherwise used for any purpose without my express consent.

As a photographer, I record reflected light from selected subjects. My interests lean toward nature related subjects, but I'm also drawn to many other subjects as well. I find particularly interesting those subjects that are commonplace or unattractive in their normal context, but when isolated with the camera can be appreciated for their inherent beauty or interest. I try not to develop a distinctive style, as I prefer no restrictions when I shoot. My work includes macro, floral, landscapes, abstracts, architecture, nature (mostly birds and dragonflies), and unusual interiors.

Recently I have included highly manipulated images that are included in my gallery "Digital Art". Many of these are also include in "Transparencies for Apparel, Etc" and are prepared as transparencies for printing on clothing and other items available on this website. These images are meant to be studies in line, form, and color, but may also evoke an emotion, memory, or something else. If there is an image in Digital Art that you would like to have available as a transparency, please contact me.

PLEASE NOTE: All images and content contained herein are © Robert Woodward and all rights are reserved. No image or content herein may be copied, reproduced or otherwise used for any purpose without my express consent.

A Sense of Wonder . . .

This phrase describes not only my motivation and approach to photography, but also my desired reaction from people viewing my images. This "sense of wonder" is what I feel when encountering a subject that evokes either an emotion or curiosity, which drives me to examine it further and perhaps commit to creating a photograph. It can be a grand landscape or something more intimate, like the pattern created by peeling paint or the unique form of foam swirling in a stream. The key for me is to not force the process, but just relax, observe, react, and examine.

Recently I have been experimenting with extreme altering of my images to create more of a graphic art result. These images are non-representational and are simply an expression of line, form, and color (or tone). Several of these are available as transparencies for printing on apparel and other items such as totes, towels, etc.