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René Sheret is a imagemaker who uses digital photography, computer technology and ink jet printing to create unique images, often of great beauty.
René likes the idea of doing things differently. He embraces the opportunities and challenges that computer technology offers the creative artist. He prides himself in that his images are unique. People often ask, 'Is it art, or photography?' René likes the ambiguity, saying, 'Keep 'em guessing.'
And he does keep them guessing by working in different styles. Experimenting. Creating. If you take a broad look at his work, you might think that several artists are at work here. He likes to call himself an imagemaker, feeling that it is a more accurate term when looking at his work.
To make large prints, he developed special computer techniques which gives his images a unique style of 'drawing.' The image is simplified to a degree. Often, René adds a fine line to his images, giving the image a new apparent sharpness with surprising detail. Totally changing the color values or just tweaking, is easily done. A little retouching to get rid of an unwanted item or eliminate a blemish finishes the job.
Then occasionally he will just leave an image alone, liking it just the way the camera captured it. You can't predict his style. That's what creativity is all about.
Rene markets his images under the name PhototoArt which very clearly states his feeling that the photograph needs a little nudge to make it art. If you look at his images in full resolution preview, as you can here, you will see their unique 'drawing' quality. His images are different. You will see that he does not offer his images in the small sizes, because at that size you can not see their unique quality. Please visit his web sight, www.phototoart.pro, for a broad view of over three hundred of his images.