About Michael Pucciarelli
Michael Pucciarelli got two of his nature photographs published in the Nature Photography Magazine for the year 2019. These photographs are about the long exposures of Kilgore Falls of Susquehanna State Park. These waterfalls with the white silkiness will give the viewer a nice placid and romantic experience. For year 2020, Michael got two of his nature photographs about my short trip to Shenandoah National Park. One was about a popular waterfall called Doles Falls. This tall waterfall will help the viewer understand the true character of any waterfall in Shenandoah National Park, which is enjoying the white silkiness to get a nice romantic and calm sensation.
Michael Pucciarelli has exhibited some of his still life photography many times at the Washington School of Photography during the years 2015 – 2016. Some of my still life is about continuous lighting, and some of my still life photography is about colorful flash photography will rich gels. Michael exhibited at Montgomery College twice. In year 2013, Michael exhibited two my waterfall photographs about Great Falls Park in Maryland. Michael also did another exhibit called The Meeting House Columbia at the same time frame as Montgomery College. In year 2017, Michael exhibited some of my still photographs that only use natural light. The latest accomplishment is that I received my Photographic Craftsman Degree from Professional Photographers of America (ppa.com) during the virtual ceremony on 01/17/2021. Michael Pucciarelli plays an active role in teaching people still life photography in ppa.com and some of ppa affiliate groups. Michael also teaches people about still life photography in many popular photography meetup clubs in meetup.com.
Long exposures inspire me, which is the white silkiness of the waterfalls of a popular national park. When my waterfall images are viewed, I want somebody to experience a smooth and calm romantic sensation. Long exposures also inspire me with light painting and combining the powerful use of color with blend modes In Adobe Photoshop. I love to light paint any type of small still life, which can include any type of antique, jewelry, or any type of Chinaware like classic mugs. Many landscapes really grab my attention like of some the popular national parks like Shenandoah, Great Falls, and Ricketts Glen. Reflections of products or antiques using the white or black plexiglass table are one of my greatest inspirations. I love to visit Washington DC to photograph some beautiful architecture and landscapes with just natural light. I have met many interesting people of cultures with complex backgrounds of digital art. Recently, I took several trips to visit a park called Malcolm X Park, which some people call Meridian Hill Park. This park inspires me to come back and explore architecture in a new and different way.
I like to use a dark and gloomy style for many of my images. Sometimes I like to exaggerate the colors by slightly increasing the saturation and vibration. I also love to experiment with black and white photography techniques with Adobe Photoshop and any popular plugins. Sometimes I use a custom and a popular white and black technique, or I create my own black and white technique. Most of my black and white photographs capture beautiful waterfalls of place like Great Falls, Shenandoah Park, interesting places in Europe and North America.
LinkedIn Profile – https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-pucciarelli
Photography of Michael Pucciarelli – https://mpucciarelli.zenfolio.com