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Pixel_Alchemist's About Page

Pixel_Alchemist > Pixel_Alchemist's About Page
Pixel_Alchemist
Name
Simon Kitcher
Country
New Zealand New Zealand
Website
http://pixelalchemylabs.com/blog/
Photographer Level
Semi Pro
Photographic Interests
Wildlife / Nature
Architecture
Close-up / Macro
Flowers & Plants
Portraits / People
Digitally manipulated
Black & White
Pets / Captive animals
Night / Low Light
Still Life
Join Date
25 Jul 2011 - 2:58 AM
Last Login Date
24 Oct 2011 - 11:11 AM
Favourite Photographer
Jim Divitale
Favourite Book
Earth Sea Trilogy by Ursala La Quin
Favourite Film
Chronicles of Riddick & Fifth Element
Favourite Word
Earth
Favourite Food
Choclate
Favourite Location
New Zealand
Favourite Flower
Lotus
Favourite Colour
blue
Favourite Gadget
Camera
Welcome to the Lab of the Pixel Alchemist, a New World of Photography, all contained in a little box on a Desk. Its like the Tardis only bigger, and the time machine part is broken

About Me

Simons passion as a photographer, goes beyond capturing the beauty and majesty of nature and the natural world about him. As he puts it, “Not all of my photographic works could be considered photographic master pieces. That’s not my reason for photographing what I do. To me, if one of my photographs brings a smile to another face, a moment of inner bliss, to the viewer, then, to me, that is the single most important piece of work I have created to date. My single aim is to bring some enrichment and joy into other people’s lives through my photography. We all see beauty and fall in love with a subject of an image for our own reasons. That reason doesn’t have to be understood or make sense to anyone else other than the viewer, at that moment in time. If I can do that, but once, for one person, through one piece of my work, then my goal and purpose as a photographer, and as a person is fulfilled, and I would consider my life goal fulfilled because that one person’s moment of joy will flow on and the world will be a better place because of it.”