Fine art photographer Thomas Wells finds the perfect arrangement of elements that presents a meaning greater than the sum of its parts. Composition is all important, removing unnecessary elements and reducing a subject to its essence, allowing a little mystery to infuse the scene. Tom’s work encompasses color photography, black and white, and infrared photography.
Thomas Wells is entirely self-taught. “I have never had any formal training in photography or the arts,” he explains. “I learned what I know about art and composition by looking at pictures and deciding why some work, and why others don’t. Subjects that interest me are the natural, light, water, the old, and the ancient, rather than the glitz of modern society.”
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