The following is a list of terms that I frequently use throughout this web site (www.chipjonesstudio.com and shop.chipjonesstudio.com).

  • Photography Prints – These are prints captured with a camera. They are further processed to bring out the highest print quality possible. For my photography I primarily use a DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex). I also have a few photographs that were captured by other devices like a mobile device, drone or other types of cameras. My photographic work includes the following genre:
    • Landscape – This is work where the landscape itself is the primary subject. It is highlighted through composition, color and tone.
    • Narrative – Work where secondary elements are introduced to the image to create some sort of story. In the visual arts this is often referred to as “narrative art”.
    • Abstract – Abstract art is work that is non-representational. In it’s purest form, it utilizes formal elements of shape, form, color, and line to create the composition.
  • Mixed-Media Prints – This is work created with a variety of mixed-media tools and techniques. This work includes painting, drawing, photography and digital media.
    • Composite – A composite image is a digitally created image that uses two or more digital files to create the final composited image.
    • Collage – Similar to a composite image, but uses non-digital media such as paper, paint, ink, pencil, photographs, etc. to create the final image.
    • Digital Art – Digital Art is a generalized term that refers to work that was originally created using digital tools. These tools include digital drawing tablets and other non-camera digital devices, computer generated images, and more recently, AI-generated images.