Natural, Crisp, Light-Infused Photography

Here’s a true photography favorite of mine: stunning lighting. I find myself truly intrigued by photography that pertains to a naturalistic style. What is truly captivating is not the way that the image has been digitally edited, but it is truly gorgeous in how well photographed it was. A good photograph is good because it was photographed well, with proper technique, equipment, lighting… the rawness of the moment.




I’m definitely a big fan of crisp photography, defined lines and an image composed in sharpness. I also like photographs that I personally have coined “light infused”, meaning natural lighting proportioned into the image, shaping the focal point in the composition.

Lorenzo Basile has truly honed this particular style. Here’s some more of my favorites…


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I am a huge fan of photography, though my skills and experience be limited, something about crisp photography… done well and taken at striking angles… something about them captures the delicate moments of light and physical things. It is good photography such as these that go beyond the frame


DISCLAIMER: I do not own these photographs and their rights.


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