Fine Art Photography by Hobit Lafaye

 

Current Show:

Collegetown Bagels at Triphammer

2255 N Triphammer, Ithaca NY

November 15- January 15

 

To order matted or framed prints,

please call 607.275.4982 or email shootingwaterstudio@gmail.com

 

"As long as I live, I'll hear waterfalls and birds and winds sing. I'll interpret the rocks, learn the language of the flood, storm and the avalanche. I'll acquaint myself with the glaciers and wild gardens, and get as near the heart of the world as I can."
-John Muir

 

 


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AddressHobit Lafaye
302 Meadow Wood Terrace
Ithaca, NY 14850
United States
Daytime phone607.275.4982
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I specialize in fine art photography inspired by the sublime landscapes of Upstate New York.  I have a deep love of the Finger Lakes and Adirondacks regions of New York. I seek to share this connection to place, a fresh perspective, and how it felt to be there at the moment of the shoot.  I invite you to expand your awareness and appreciation of the beauty around us that often goes unnoticed. 

In addition to prints on fiber paper, canvas, and metal, I also offer limited editions printed by hand on a variety of materials; this adds additional nuance to the work, while ensuring the highest quality.  All types of my prints provide you with an exceptional, archival work of art for your home or office that allow you to savor a moment in time capturing the ephemeral beauty of the natural world.

 



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Guestbook for Shooting Water Studio
3.Jerry(non-registered)
So many great photos. I enjoy the subject matter and all your photos weep with emotion.
You are very gifted.
2.Amanda Perl(non-registered)
Your work is so inviting - your best shots are an invitation that say "Come with me and we'll have a great adventure!" Or they invite you to look much more closely at the natural world and see the amazing colors of leaves or roots. There is great scope for imagination in your work.
1.Bud Norvell(non-registered)
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