•July 29, 2015 • Leave a Comment
I am honored that another of my black and white fine art photos has been accepted at Saatchi Art. Entitled the Illusion of Reality, it depicts the relationship between the spirt and the life forms that it animates, and the relation of the life form to the inanimate…. and the illusionary quality of all physical forms.
Please click the image to view it at Saatchi in a larger format. This is a limited edition print, with a print run of only 50 copies.
Illusion of Reality, a fine art black and white print. Copyright Mark Stout, all rights reserved.
•July 23, 2015 • Leave a Comment
This is an image from a recent shoot I thought I would share. We wanted a lot of passion and emotion in the shot, and I think we got some sizzling emotion going on with this romantic couple.
Sexy couple, advertising photo shoot. Copyright Mark Stout, all rights reserved
•July 16, 2015 • Leave a Comment
I don’t normally announce projects that I am working on prior to their launch, or post any work from it in advance. But I am making an exception this time.
I am currently working on a dance project that will be using some special techniques and this is a still captured from the footage. I wanted to share it with you.
Dance video project, copyright Mark Stout, all rights reserved.
•June 27, 2015 • Leave a Comment
Denver 14th Street at night, copyright Mark Stout, all rights reserved
This is a view of the Denver Entertainment District at Night. Fourteenth Street near the Performing Arts Center, the Colorado Convention Center.
It is one of the most beautiful streets in Denver, as is the photo. As the slogan on Private Collection Stock Photos says, it is one of the photos you can’t get anywhere else. There is a reason for that. These are large, high quality images, photographed with high end cameras and lenses, available in 16 bit tif files suitable for large prints, wall decor, lobby decor and rights managed stock photos where it matters that the same image isn’t being used by your competitors. They have been carefully inspected for any flaws, color corrected and exposure balanced. They don’t belong in the stock photo libraries of today that simply dump every photo ever taken by anyone with a cell phone camera into them.
Please take a moment to browse the Denver Collection. Click the image to get more information on licensing it.
•June 25, 2015 • Leave a Comment
This is just some recent work I wanted to share. I really hate trying to pigeon hole work into categories, but it could be called a lifestyle shoot, an environmental portrait, a book cover, an actress headshot or a model portfolio shoot…
You see what I mean?
Anyway, beautiful location, beautiful model and beautiful model. And an added perk here is that almost as soon as the first of these photos were published, one of my clients wanted to book her for a shoot they need. That is happening so often lately…
Denver photographer, copyright Mark Stout
•June 24, 2015 • Leave a Comment
All of the new construction in Denver has its perks. I’ve been getting a lot of requests from architectural firms and interior designers for corporate art featuring Denver.
I have a large collection of exclusive Denver stock photos that are perfect for the need. They are exclusive, so you don’t have to worry about seeing your lobby decor in a cheesy ad that detracts from its value, and they are unique.
These can be found on my other website, Private Collection Stock Photos. I had to move the site recently, so there are thousands of images I’ve not had time to upload yet. Please ask if you don’t see what you need. I probably have it.
LoDo Denver at night, a quaint city street. Exclusive rights managed stock photo. Copyright Mark Stout
•June 22, 2015 • Leave a Comment
It was such a pleasant surprise to be reading my email this morning and learn that one of my fine art photography pieces entitled “Where I would rather be” has been selected by Jessica McQueen, curator at Saatchi Art, to be included in a curated collection entitled “Surreal Photography – Limited Editions”.
It just feels good. Along with that is the memory of how once I would look at the photographers who were winning the awards, getting in the galleries, working with the top clients and reps and it seemed like it was the kind of thing that happened to other people, not me.
And how I had to actually “grow” as a person.
Now this is a fairly common occurrence. It still feels wonderful when it happens, but it is part of the daily routine now, and it feels like something I have earned…. and still every bit as good.
Click the image to view it at Saatchi Art. To see the full collection it has been included in, click here.
Where I would rather be, fine art photography included in curated collection at Saatchi Art. Copyright Mark Stout
This work is also available as part of the same limited edition series on my Fine Art Photography website.