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Paul Basile Photography
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  • Studio Name: Paul Basile Photography
  • State/Province/Region: New Mexico
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: http://www.paulbasilephotography.com
  • Nearest Town: Santa Fe
  • Gear: Paul Basile
  • Description: i see images through contemporary eyes, both abstract and realistic, and try to convey the lure of the simplicity, elegance, grace, and power of my subjects by means of evocative composition and use of light and shade, color and texture all working together. ever evolving, I’m guided by a desire to depict the mystery and majesty of my chosen subjects often times as a metaphor for human perception with its inherent juxtaposition of simplicity and complexity. my primary focus is on landscape photography because of the challenge of capturing the interplay of light, shadow, and the natural elements present in the current, fleeting moment…here now, then gone. i find that i also attempt to extend my personal way of being through my personal style of imaging be it called minimalistic, simplistic, modernist, sensual, unassuming, evocative. i’m not always successful in this endeavor, but it is a driving force.

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