Black & White Image-Making – Part Two

Black & White Image-Making – Part Two

In an earlier article “Black & White Image-making in the Digital Age, I listed six of my principles for selecting the best candidates for B&W conversion from a digital image library. This may not seem important or necessary to those photographers who...

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Creating Photographic Art Has Never Been Easier.

Creating Photographic Art Has Never Been Easier.

A Point Of View After reflecting on the events at a recent conference I attended, I became aware again of the growing ability to process images quickly.  Adding artificial intelligence-derived elements to one’s images is easily done with selecting and dragging. Copying...

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Creating A Sense Of Space In Your Compositions

Creating A Sense Of Space In Your Compositions

Outdoor Portraiture  In recent months while attending several online and in the classroom photography critique sessions, it occurred to me how many of the participants suggested cropping photos – moving in closer, as it were – as a fix for the photograph...

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Creating Artistic Photographs Part 3

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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