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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Approaching Gallup, New Mexico - Alain Briot

Creating Artistic Photographs Part 3

Dreams During our Fall 2019 Northern New Mexico workshop we visited the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe.  We spent hours admiring Georgia’s art, marveling at her interpretation of the landscape and of all that is found within it.  Bones, flowers, mesas,...

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Softer Digital Interpretations

Using Bokeh and Natural Lighting For A “Rembrandt” Like Complexion As we continue to marvel at the amazing clarity digital photography has bestowed upon us, today I want to discuss how to make digital photography, well, a little less digital. There are...

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PXL Print – ImagePrint Video 2

John Pannazzo from ColorByte software and I sat down at the computer and gave a tour and tutorial of what ImagePrint is all about.  Like all software products, it takes a little while to learn the interface and how it works.  Once...

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Christian Fletcher PIMA

PIMA Air and Space Museum

Almost 42 years ago I found myself standing on the edge of a runway at a military base in Perth, Western Australia.  Lining up at one end was Australia’s front line fighter the Dassault Mirage III.  I could feel the excitement build...

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Capture One 12 Doing It Drew’s Way

One of the beautiful things about Capture One versus other RAW processors is its flexibility to customize the user interface to the way you as a photographer works.  While I tend to like primarily in Sessions, Drew likes to work in catalogs.  There...

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