One of the variants of the game 20 questions divides the world into three basic categories: People, Places and Things. I thought these divisions would be useful in directing my visitors to the aspect of life they are interested in while viewing my fine art photography in ChasingCool.
PEOPLE photography is about men, women and children of any nation, race, religion or culture. My fine art boudoir and outdoor location portrait photography is about them as individuals or as groups to include a wide range of activities they may engage in. Lyrical documentary photography and street photography to include people will be in this category.
PLACES is a wide ranging category. Technically it is a space or area occupied by a person or a thing. For my purposes I’ve chosen the ‘area’ aspect to include landscape photography and certain types of topographical photography of our built environment or architectural photography to represent this category. People will not be featured in this section, but the feeling of ‘human presence’ will be felt in many of the photographs as it has been a strong interest of mine for several years.
THINGS is about any object… all kinds of stuff, creatures, pets and nature. It may also cover objects manifesting a ‘human presence’ such as clothing or personal belongings. Still life photography is also represented in this category.
PEOPLE, PLACES and THINGS are a practical way for me to display what I am interested in as a fine art photographer given that they collectively cover all of life. Hopefully it will help you as my visitors to navigate to your own personal interests more effectively.