Larry Davis is a professional photographer,
and website designer, living in Dayton, Ohio. Mr. Davis'
experience as a photographer spans the course of over 5
years, and includes everything from landscape and photojournalism,
to portraiture and weddings. Mr. Davis' favorite subjects
include scenic landscapes and still-lifes.
Throughout his career, Mr. Davis desire to
succeed has taken his work to higher levels on a continual
basis. As he continues to learn and grow as a professional
photographer, Mr. Davis portfolio continues to grow with
Mr. Davis accomplishments as a professional
photographer are numerous, and he has won several awards
for his photography. Mr. Davis' work has been purchased
by individuals across the United States.
With the recent advent of digital photography,
Mr. Davis has leaned heavily towards the digital medium
in his work. In his own words, Mr. Davis states, "film
is no longer in my vocabulary. My studio is 100% digital
from this point forward."
- Recognizing the Moment and being able to capture
the moment, as we experience it through our perceptions
and senses. Photography is - seeing what is, what
is not, and what can be. Photography is - paying close
attention to detail and learning a little bit more
about ourselves, the people and objects around us,
and theworld we live in, as we know it. Photography
is - appreciating the beauty and substance of what
we can see and our ability to translate this beauty
to others. Photography is - a marriage of science
and art through the application of technical knowledge
and the expression of thoughts and emotions. Through
all of this, photography is - Preserving History."
become a way of life and an ideal medium for me, in
which I can express my ideas, thoughts, emotions,
and opinions through the images I produce. In no other
area of my life, aside from photography, have I been
able to appreciate the production of my efforts both
aesthetically and technically.
I believe that the single
most important thing I have learned through photography
is "Creativity". Photography contains an
unlimited amount of creative potential, which can
be manipulated to produce beautiful images with relative
ease. All that is required to achieve these results
(besides good equipment) is the desire to excel in
every photograph I shoot and a small portion of patience.
Although the extensive use of technical knowledge
does help a lot when photographing, it is the love
of photography itself which leads to the greatest