Images which are pictorial in nature have been created to tell a story and whilst historical, they are not photo-journalistic. The main difference between the two genre, is that only a portion of the history is utilised in the story. A photo-journalistic image will tell a completely historically accurate story in context whereas a pictorial image will remove distractions and focus on the main elements of the story which may or may not reflect the context in which the image was created. The term 'Artistic licence' is frequently used with this genre of fine art photography. Peter has developed a unique style using purpose made brushes and masks to be used with multi-layered selections in photoshop.