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Steven Liveoak

Photography as Art - Steven Liveoak

Kyiv, Kyiv

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Welcome.. take a look around..

My name is Steven Liveoak..I guess you got that from the name on the website though.. I have been involved, one way or another, in photography for almost 50 years. In that time, I have experimented with different formats, different post processing (both dark room and digital), different themes and projects.

I started taking pictures when I was 7 or 8 years old..seems like a lifetime ago. My mother gave me a little Koday Instamatic for my birthday and 3 rolls of film. I was happily snapping pictures of my dog, my friends, my family .. anything I saw was fair game. I still remember the little flash cube that you had to turn after every shot and replace after 4 pictures. With only a part-time job mowing lawns, needless to say, my flash photography was somewhat limited.

I graduated from my Kodak ( I think I still have it somewhere) to a Polaroid and then made the leap to an Nikon SLR that I bought in a pawnshop for 80 dollars.. That camera and I made alot of memories and started down the road to "Fine Art" together. Since it was a film camera, I learned to improve my composition and pick my shots more carefully. Every photographer knows the feeling of developing film and seeing that "perfect shot" absolutely obliterated by poor composition and lighting. I learned early on that what you think you see through the viewfinder is not always what you are really seeing..

Anyway, since then ... I have moved up (some say down) to the digital age.. Nikon is my preffered weapon of choice. I shoot with a D40X and prime lenses and use a D5300 (for now) with short range zooms. I do some post processing but I try to keep that to a minimum unless I am working on something for the "Weird Art" Gallery..

Now, in addition to Fine Art, I do travel photography and the occasional portrait session..

You can find out more here : http://www.photographyasart.org/

or here : http://sliveoak.com/

To license images for commercial or editorial use visit: https://www.picfair.com/users/seliveoak

Drop in from time to time.. Have a look around .. and let's explore together

 

Bridgework by Steven Liveoak

 

Moscow City by Steven Liveoak

 

Building 17 by Steven Liveoak

 

Bike in Ivy by Steven Liveoak

 

Russian White House by Steven Liveoak

 

Red Cable Lock by Steven Liveoak

 

Sunrise Dock by Steven Liveoak

 

Rock Jetty Sunrise by Steven Liveoak

 

New York City Skyline by Steven Liveoak

 

Grand Canyon Panorama by Steven Liveoak

 

Grand Canyon Panorama by Steven Liveoak

 

The Pub by Steven Liveoak

 

Colorful by Steven Liveoak

 

Building Lines and Curves by Steven Liveoak

 

Early Morning Street by Steven Liveoak

 

Moscow Office Windows by Steven Liveoak

 

Tsaritsyno Park by Steven Liveoak

 

Peter and Paul Fortress by Steven Liveoak

 

Kremlin Cathedrals by Steven Liveoak

 

Wilderness by Steven Liveoak

 

Cubes 1 by Steven Liveoak

 

Cubes 2 by Steven Liveoak

 

Evolution Tower Skyline by Steven Liveoak

 

Art Cafe Sign by Steven Liveoak

 

Cathedral Bridge and a Boat by Steven Liveoak

 

Kremlin Wall Panorama by Steven Liveoak

 

St. Basil's Cathedral by Steven Liveoak

 

Domes of St. Basil CW by Steven Liveoak

 

Domes of St. Basil by Steven Liveoak

 

Arch in Black and White by Steven Liveoak

 

Eduardo Park-Lisbon by Steven Liveoak

 

Waiting for Passengers by Steven Liveoak

 

Inside the Tunnel of Love by Steven Liveoak

 

Tunnel of Love by Steven Liveoak

 

Lisbon Tram at Night by Steven Liveoak

 

Batumi Bike Rental by Steven Liveoak

 

Wrought Iron by Steven Liveoak

 

Well Lit by Steven Liveoak

 

Street with Scooters by Steven Liveoak

 

Cold Drinks by Steven Liveoak

 

Vilnius Outlines by Steven Liveoak

 

Vilnius by Steven Liveoak

 

Hidden Church by Steven Liveoak

 

Vilnius by Steven Liveoak

 

Cathedral of Our Lady by Steven Liveoak

 

Nighttime Cafe by Steven Liveoak

 

Arches by Steven Liveoak

 

Windows by Steven Liveoak