Photoshop: Dodging and Burning

July 12, 2016

I do not use the Dodging and Burning tools in Photoshop’s Tools Panel: I find them cumbersome, hard to use, ineffective and a bit destructive. Instead, I use a non-destructive [read more]

Round Negatives…

July 12, 2016

Digital photography is an amazing invention and offers many exciting advantages. One of the downsides involves storing and archiving your images. These jobs are often the least favorite aspect of [read more]

Plan B

July 12, 2016

Only a little bit of color is needed if placed in the right spot. Intimate landscapes only need a few leaves with color to make interesting shots. Using a mylar-lined [read more]

Dream Fragments:

July 12, 2016

HORSESHOE Dream fragments are photographs that depict an unfinished story–like bits of an unremembered dream. The edges of each piece suggest more, but they are broken and disconnected. They exist [read more]

Selective Focus in Photoshop 7.0

July 9, 2016

Years ago, when photographers used large format cameras for their commercial and portrait work, it was not uncommon to see images where the depth of field was very limited. On [read more]

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