Ok, so the “fine” part of fine art is a matter of opinion, but I thought that with all the attention I’ve been giving weddings lately, I might take a second and give a shout out to my roots. Over at http://www.aaronspicer.com I’ve got an entirely seperate site dedicated to some of the pieces of art that I have created over the years that I particularly enjoy. When you start doing anything that you love for a living, I think that it’s really important to keep your roots well within reach. I got into photography because I loved the process of creation. It may sound silly, and it may sound pompous, but I take pride in being able to look at the world with a little bit of a unique perspective. To take the ordinary and make it art is challenging. In his book Understanding Exposure Bryan Peterson says that there are fifteen different ways to take the same exposure, but only one of them is the creative way, and that’s the challenge that I enjoy. It’s how I approach everything in photography, from taking pictures of my Dutch Shepherd or photographing a wedding. I’m still trying to find the perfect piece of music to accompany the site, but it’s a tough decision because I make sure that I purchase the license for all of my music…as an artist I feel like it’s the responsible thing to do. If you have any songs that you think might fit the site, let me know.