Skip Willits Fine Art Photography
Photography is always changing. We as photographers must always adapt. Whether it be in the field, the light table, or the computer. We must continually adjust our craft to a changing world. We as business people must acknowledge the customers needs and strive to fulfill those needs as a first objective. I make use of the newest marketing techniques to promote my craft and have a keen eye behind the camera, at the computer and in the gallery.
I serve corporate, wholesale and retail accounts utilizing the internet, attending local regional shows, and serving publishers nation wide. Photography has come a long way and it is no longer your father’s “Brownie.” One of the most fortunate tools of our digital age is the gift to judge and re-adjust immediately to the light which nature provides.
After all, photography has been called painting with light. The realism of the natural world does not necessarily reject the impractical or the visionary. Our practical work can often be expressed as realistic in the abstract. To me it begins with the image and ends with the final presentation, often times uniquely different than the original. I look for the light, the unique, the abstract, the different and at times, the quirky. At all times seeking the answer to the question —— “What do my customers want to hang on their walls and put in print?”
If you are writing a book, a magazine article or a presentation and need illustrative photographs, please call me. If I don’t have the right thing I may know who has. If you need wall art for home or office I urge you to use the services provided by the website. They are the best. Locally I used Cambridge Company for speciality orders: their website is https://thecambridgeco.weebly.com.