Art photography is widely defined as “artistic photography” which simply means capturing one perfect gone by moment within a frame that on looking in the near future possess the
capability to bring about a pleasurable set of surpassed memories. Though Smoke Art Photography came under the limelight recently, it would be completely wrong if we consider it a product of our invention. Mayas were the first to regard smoking in photographic art.
Due to their heavy consumption of nicotine, they had the belief that their ritualistic notions should not lack in their practice. Thus, tobacco was considered an offering. Every captured art has a string of topic on which it develops, be it light, darkness, individuality, womanhood, nature or smoke. Here it is to present the smoke or the cloud of virtual reality in its truest and purest form making it amazingly satisfactory to the viewers.
Graham Jeffrey is one accomplished persona in this category. His photography speaks of anonymous tales. Jeffrey’s smoke photography can be described as if he is the topic and his imagination is growing and thriving on the endless snake of a cloud. The most unique and beautiful topic out yet is worthy of the visualization witness.