In setting up a long exposure photograph of about an hour while at an artist residency in Ucross, Wyoming–a car came by.
At first I was annoyed and thought the photograph was “ruined,” because I wanted to capture just the dark outline of the trees in the distance. But as always, life intervened making things more interesting than I could ever imagine, and the car lights created an eerie phantom glow.
Steve Giovinco is a New York City based fine art photographer, who focuses on creating images of couples and lyrical night landscapes. His work is collected by many museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, and has exhibited widely and received his MFA from Yale University School of Art. View all posts by Steve Giovinco