|Sète, France--Don't let a tremendous amount of detail intimidate
you in shooting, selecting, and painting your travels.
|New York City--a study in contrasts--crying out to be painted.
Copyright, Jim LaneThe home of Margaret Mitchell, Atlanta, Georgia
--as if she'd left momentarily for the corner grocery.
Copyright, Jim LaneFormal symmetry is stiff, and uncomfortable.
Informality creates a feeling of warmth and pleasure.
Copyright, Jim LaneNotice, you can paint (parts of) the Eiffel tower (top)
while also capturing the view from it.
Copyright, Jim LaneCity landmarks are exceedingly difficult to
photograph well at street level.
Copyright, Jim LaneGuests of the Vanderbilts.
|If I'd shot this, I'd probably decide with was worth painting.
|Plan your painting with your camera viewfinder.
|Photos do not abide by the same
aesthetic rules as paintings.