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Brittany Scales Studios
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Photographer: Brittany Scales

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  • Studio Name: Brittany Scales Studios
  • State/Province/Region: North Carolina
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: www.brittanyscales.com
  • Nearest Town: Asheivlle
  • Description: Nature has always been the biggest inspiration to me and my art. It is the reason I began taking photographs, and it will continue to influence how I see the world each and every day. After studying photography at Savannah College of Art & Design in Atlanta, GA, I have come to recognize, and appreciate, my ability to view the world with such scrutiny. This scrutiny allows me to take that inspiration from within and produce art that has a certain characteristic that is simple, crisp, and always about the details, no matter what the medium. I enjoy using various concepts in my work, as I find it drives it to be stronger. Macro photography is also something I have always found to be intriguing; I love nothing more than bringing the viewer to see, with my photography, what is often overlooked.

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