Monthly Archives: June 2013

Shedding Light on Black and White Part 2

A comparison between the way film-based cameras and digital cameras capture spectral information and transpose that information into black and white images. Photography is all about Light. The more we understand about the way light behaves, the better we will … Continue reading

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Shedding Light on Black and White

A comparison between the way film-based cameras and digital cameras capture spectral information and transpose that information into black and white images.   Photography is all about Light. The more we understand about the way light behaves, the better we … Continue reading

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The Quest for Clarity

Title sounds ominous enough. My first attempts to produce “snappy” pictures in print started in my sophomore year in college. I was the production manager for our college magazine and was determined to make the images in the the next … Continue reading

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Dreamers, Mechanics, Propeller heads, and Pundits

Pardon my absence for the two weeks or so, I’ve been doin’ some personal rearranging. This started by engaging in some personal reflection. Always revealing, but somewhat dangerous. Please don’t get offended at this silliness. It just lets me grasp … Continue reading

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