Epson ET-8550 Review – Hands On

Epson ET-8550 Review – Hands On

Printing Doesn’t Get Any Easier I’m all about the print. Call me old-school if you like, but I don’t believe you have a photograph until it is a print and you are holding it in your hand. While looking at images on...

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The Scanning Project – Part 2

The Scanning Project – Part 2

The Edit While you might think the first thing to do is run out and buy a good scanner. Hold off: the most time consuming and crucial part of the process is figuring out what you want to scan, and then pick...

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A Better Histogram

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 Scanning Project

The Scanning Project

Part 1 Like many folks who made photos during the film days, I disassembled my darkroom years back. I contributed the equipment to schools that still teach the chemical craft. Yet, I still had boxes and sleeves with transparencies and black and...

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Seeing in Black & White

Seeing in Black & White

 “Why black and white?” That is the question we are most often asked about our photography. Not a question with an easy answer – or answers. Our love goes back to early black and white films (think early Alfred Hitchcock or Orson...

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The New Epson Legacy Textured Paper

The New Epson Legacy Textured Paper

  Epson recently released this fifth offering in the Legacy paper series. Epson’s description of this paper, as mentioned on the B&H website, says: “(Epson) Legacy Textured Paper is a pure white, 100% cotton-fiber paper with a highly textured surface and a...

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Have Blimp, Will Travel

Have Blimp, Will Travel

Iden Ford, Member Of The Cinematographers Guild of North America, Local IA667.   That used to be the “shout out” to all the publicists and producers who hire set photographers for their feature films and TV series produced in Ontario, both Northern...

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