Most of these shots are intended as stock photos, some as art photos. What's the difference? Stock shots tend to be a bit more prosiaic, a bit more illustrative, and frequently either very generic (kitchens, scenics, etc) or VERY specific: a purple ranunculus, a female pileated woodpecker, etc.
I shoot stock shots in various categories: country scenes and country life; cityscapes; waterfowl and other birds; and scenics from New England, New Mexico, and the Mountain states.
You can see all these collections here.
Art shots exist in themselves. They may tell a story, or they may illustrate things as stock shots do, but they're not anchored to reality or realism as stock shots tend to be. My fine art work is not broken out separately on my Smugmug site; it's mixed in with the stock shots.
My fine art work IS separated out on my Art-Exchange listings. There are only a small number of images here, but they're good ones.
My fine art tends to cross subject lines, but in general I do architectural, art nudes, and water-related subjects like waterfalls, ponds, streams, etc.
Anyway, I'll be shooting waterfalls in Vermont tomorrow afternoon, then wildnerness (and some more waterfalls) in New Hampshire through next Wednesday. Then it's back to Cincinnati and the massive job of sorting and evaluating many gigs of work.
I have no idea how many people are following this blog, but as a reminder, your comments and posts are very welcome.
Have a great weekend.