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Photography is an art of observation. It has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them

Fine art photography successfully creates a picture that matches the creative vision of the artist, and easily tells the story the artist tells through its picture. However, there is not one set and universally accepted definition of fine art; which achieves satisfaction for an artistic photographer can be as diverse as tastes in art by people in all cultures.

Valerii Tkachenko plays an important role in bridging the gap between art and photography. His pictures with grand emotions, tingling and ringing art in every pixel along with the lighting seems to be the wonderful positives of this genre. His picture shows importance of fine art portraits and the delicate artistic expression within them outclass each other.


Fine art photography is kind of photography that is created according to the vision of the artist. Tkachenko’s fine art photography stands in sharp contrast to the representing photography and commercial photography. His pictures have such classic look which appears absolutely stunning and rich in light and colors.

He enlightens, that he enjoys all types of photography, but landscapes and portrait are my favorite. According to him, it’s the most challenging and most rewarding job. He tells one of the most important part of photography that one should feel connected to the picture or place and then the other people will feel connected to as well. And once you feel connected to that place or picture, you can see the magic around you with your photographs.

Moreover, he says fine art photography is a medium of formidable challenge. It is both ridiculously easy and almost impossibly difficult. Well, it is easy as its technical difficulties can readily be mastered by anyone with a few simple instructions. And it’s difficult as, the artist working in any other medium starts focusing with a blank surface and slowly and gradually brings his imagination into reality; the photographer is the only image maker who starts with the picture completed.

Valerri Tkachenko’s work depicts his native talent into focus and it’s fixed beyond the moment the shutter of his camera has closed. Tkachenko’s aim is to express his perceptions and emotions and share them with others so that they feel the same way. With his fine art photography, Valerii Tkachenko tries to evoke the emotions that exercise the mind and imagination of the observers.
Spend your valuable time to view his truly fine art photography, which truly shows the indication of his imagination and observing power.

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