My digital process strives for the quality of film in gorgeous and sensational large-format prints (averaging 24" on the long side).
I admire good "eye candy" photography as much as anyone else, but have never felt that it should qualify as "my art." Rather, all my prints hope to evoke deep, endlessly fascinating, and sometimes conflicted feelings in the viewer.
These are usually BIG prints, meant to inspire awe and wonder when framed on a wall. Composition and perspective has to be unerring to scale up well, and am most proud of this sublime quality in my work.
Most finished works spend around 20 hours of development in Photoshop, using elaborate methods to massage tone and depth with pioneering techniques that exceed the traditional quality ceiling. It's excruciating work, but it pays off.