Category Archives: Fine Art Photography

Articles which have been sorted into this category contain at least an element of fine art photography.

Heading out of Aztec New Mexico, traffic was sparse. I had just finished up a grueling magazine photo-shoot – (the kind that reminds you …you’re NOT 25 anymore). Now at dawn, my plan was to fight fatigue, find creativity and make more photographs for my magazine photo-shoot client. But trickles and grey skies blocked out morning light. […]

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Photo-shoot for Oil and Gas Investor Magazine by Edward C. De Croce This winter, I was commissioned by Oil and Gas Investor Magazine for a cover story on Colorado Industrial photography and Petroleum. I’m glad the editors thought highly of my work. In the age of clever-phone-cameras, magazine photography feeds starving pro photographers. Oh, it’s not […]

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Tonya deCroce is currently traveling the globe in an effort to bring back to life the works and the stories of her grandfather – Denver portrait photographer Edward Angelo deCroce. She met with the curators of the Photography International Hall of Fame in St. Louis Mo. last week. She meets with Hassleblad in Gothenburg Sweden today […]

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  • Arthur Rosenblum - Thank you, thank you, thank you, Eddie. What memories you’ve stirred up. I plan to spend quite a bit of time with your blog. Your parents would be so proud of you for both the tributes you pay them, and for the artistry and technical quality of your photography. This made my day. — ArthurReplyCancel

  • Lynn Schriner - What an amazing legacy! Seeing your fathers work again…remembering the portraits in the window of his studio as we walked by. His work was art in it’s highest form. I remember the son, with a camera, always a camera. The son had an eye for beauty and captured light in ways that inspired me. I am honored to call you friend. From a very young age till now, your work delights and challenges! The apple didn’t fall far from the tree Edward! Amazing!ReplyCancel

A Finnish friend of a friend has a funny expression. Its used when our actions seem insignificant and inconsequential. Instead of the tired old line “like a drop in the bucket” her Finnish phrase makes me laugh out loud. She says “Its like a mosquito pissing in the ocean” Well –– this story is about pissing hummingbirds. . . . […]

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Santa Fe Street Photography Art in Denver . . Street photography has a way of opening up new unplanned experiences.  One shot, or series of shots can lead to a conversation that in turn leads to a new unique set of images. It had been a while since I visited the art galleries on Sante fe Street in […]

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