Canson Baryta Photographique II

Canson Infinity Baryta Photographique II (CBP2) Readers who print their photographs on papers containing baryta (barium sulfate) know that starting around November of last year certain favorite brands of this paper started to disappear from the market – Ilford Gold Fibre Silk,...

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Aluminyze Metal Prints

Our friends at Aluminyze.com sent us a few samples of their large format metal prints. Including a 12X36 inch print from our recent trip to Antarctica. I opened this print with a couple of local photographer friends at Guggman Haus in Indianapolis...

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Saving Your Memories – Make Prints

The Value of the Print A few years back, with the death of my mom and dad, and now recently with my wife Debra’s father passing away from COVID-19, I have come to realize how important the print is to photography. We...

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We Are Open Again

Open For Business, Sort of . . . On March 23, the governor of Indiana issued Stay-at-home orders. He also ordered that all nonessential businesses shut down. Just in case you didn’t know, photography studios and galleries are not on the essential...

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Figure 3:  Gamma level histograms with logarithmic vertical axis.

A Better Histogram

The photo-histogram is probably the most ubiquitous exposure tool in digital photography; that is, short light metering itself.  It has been with us more than 25 years, and it hasn’t changed much.  The histograms we are familiar with are calculated from transformed...

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The Hahnemuehle Natural Line Paper Review

Hahnemuehle recently asked me if I would be interested in having a look at their new “Natural Line” of inkjet papers. Needless to say, I was. The “Line” includes three products – Bamboo, Agave and Hemp. Bamboo is not new, and I...

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