Tina Psoinos is an acclaimed fine art photographer whose artwork, in private collections around the world, has received international recognition.
Born and raised in Athens, Greece and now lives in New York. Tina Psoinos received a Bachelor in Fine Arts and continued her studies towards a Masters in Photography at Hunter College, NY, under the Master Photographer Roy DeCarava – National Medal of Arts 2006 – and other notable artists of our time.
Aperitif Bistro Wine Bar and Paris K Interior Design commissioned Tina Psoinos for her black and white images of Parisian landscapes. On display in the restaurant are an image of Tour Eiffel and another of Pont Alexandre III depicting one of the two Nymphes de la Néva. Tour Effel is taken with a widelux camera for a dramatic panoramic effect while Pont Alexandre III is taken with a digital camera and further distorted in Photoshop to achieve the effect of an unleveled widelux panoramic shot.
Tina Psoinos often abstracts her images to engage the viewer in examining the explicit and implicit in recognizable objects and altered reality. Her work flirts with negative space and cross processing to present her own perception of the obvious. For more information about Tina Psoinos and to view her portfolio
please visit www.tinapsoinos.mosaicglobe.com