My name is Cameron Crow.
My artwork takes a critical view of myself, and asks… Where do I want to go next. What do I want to do? In my work, I show you where I have been, where I want to go, what I see, and how I see it. Having photographed subjects as diverse a drop of water, to the stars we stand under, I try to show every aspect of what I love.
These are often a landscape of my favorite places, a story in a single frame, or the smallest subjects, focused to seem huge. Most of my work is of a scenery. A place I would like to call home, or a place that I have gone, and treated as a vacation, no matter how close to home. Some of my other shots are featured as macro images, while the rest are focused on seeing miles and miles of open land. Macro photography, from a drop of water, to the flowers on your mantle takes something so small and insignificant, that we often forget about how important it is to us.
Whenever I plan a shot, there is no telling what I will put into the shot, until I know for sure what I am shooting. Many of my photos will have props, or an effect added to dramatize my views. The subjectof each body of work determines the materials and the form of the work.