When viewers look at photographs at an exhibit they would like to see authentic work. They generally would like to know some basic information like the name of the photographer, the title of the work, the year it was taken, … [Read more...] about How Do You Sign Your Photographs?
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Ron Rosenstock’s photographic mission is to raise awareness of our planet’s beauty and importance, and to convince others that they, too, are caretakers of the Earth. He accomplishes this through stunning visual images of … [Read more...] about Ron Rosenstock: Mother Earth’s Missionary
Lightroom has had some weaknesses when it came to processing infrared images such as blue-red channel swapping. The primary problem has been and continues to be the range of white balance options not being wide enough into … [Read more...] about Infrared Channel Swapping in Lightroom
Photography is an analytic art form. We aim our lenses to specific parts of the world around us to pick a frame because, in our analysis, that particular frame presents the photograph we wish to take. We can certainly raise … [Read more...] about Seeing
This week I had a number of students and friends ask me exactly what is a project journal? For me it is a safe place where there is no judgement. I write what ever comes to my mind, it is a way of finding myself, finding … [Read more...] about So exactly what is a project journal?