Monthly Archives: April 2018

Rekindling the Romance of Black and White, Part Two: Photoshop

The thrill of romance wanes when we fail to appreciate uniqueness and recognize differences. When we downplay distinctive traits, the spark of romance gradually mellows and we settle for the bland and predictable. Instead of identifying and appreciating those small … Continue reading

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Rekindling the Romance of Black and White, Part One.

If you loved shooting black and white film photography in the days before digital, you’re gonna love what digital black and white imaging (capture and post-processing) can produce now. Continue reading

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Don’t Show Me Your Tricks, Show Me Your Skills

The automated features and tricks built into cameras and software can actually stunt your photographic growth. Are you relying on auto settings, pre-sets, and effects to make your shots look better? Do you run your photos through software that pushes … Continue reading

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The Visible Spectrum: Color As Frequencies & Light Waves

Hang on, in this final installment in this series, I’m about to get geeky about the emotion and romance aspect of color photography. Your eyes don’t actually see colors at all. Color is more of a perception than a reality; a … Continue reading

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