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Lesson: Broken Fence

I don’t often go crazy in image processing, but this one demanded a lot of work. Had I been shooting film, I’d have wanted something like Bergger 200 or Fomapan 400, and I would have developed it in heavily-diluted Rodinal … Continue reading

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Lesson: Process for Punch

People often say they don’t process their digital images, thinking that it makes for a more pure experience of their photography. I disagree with that sentiment for a number of reasons. First, your camera is processing the images, whether you … Continue reading

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Two Different Treatments

Ha Long Bay is one of the most famous sea views in the world. It’s a bay off Vietnam’s Gulf of Tonkin, and it’s filled with haystack rock formations. They range in size from mountainous, habitable islands, to small rocks, … Continue reading

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Using the Split Toning Function in Lightroom

Pretty picture, isn’t it? A beautiful landscape of rich, fall colors and vineyards. Kinda makes you want to go drink some wine, maybe pull out a blanket in anticipation of colder days to come. Feels homey. Straight from the camera, … Continue reading

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