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Tag Archives: Monochrome
Often the first snow or real snow (not the stuff that malts as soon as sit lands) of winter offers some great photo opportunities. Here are a few of the ones I ceased when that wonderful white stuff fell on … Continue reading
Imagining A Different World or How To Turn The Ordinary Into The Extraordinary. Abstracted from the Image Wrangler
Get a PDF with all 11 images: Retouching Old Images. Before we start I need to make one thing clear. Retouching is not subject alteration.
This second part of the Style & Vision discussion starts from the premise that reader has already read part one. Not yet, scroll down and give it a quick scan before you “continue reading.”
Choosing the right sports image, the one that best meets your needs is just as important as choosing your company name or your logo.
MVOAT means More Variations On A Theme. These patterns are well represented at Ideal Totem, our new sister site dedicated to Textures and Patterns.
It is just about a year now that this blog went live. This will be the 61st entry. Most have been short essays.
Taking winter pictures that tell the story of cold, assuming it is or was cold, presents a problem. The most appealing winter images are bright, sunny and usually presented in color tones that suggest anything other then cold.