Category Archives: technique

more learning

For the past several weeks, I’ve been heavily into working on technique. Mainly, it’s been post-processing. But I also decided to take a little class on using flash, which was something that I was still a bit fuzzy about. Taking … Continue reading

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December

It isn’t very often that you open up a new avenue of exploration. Recently, I’ve been looking at Harry Callahan again. First started looking at his work in the mid-70s, I suppose, during my first bout with serious photography. But … Continue reading

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almost winter

A month ago, already, I went to Pittsburgh for a conference. It didn’t work out that I had too much time to wander around doing photography, but it was fun to actually be in a large city and also one … Continue reading

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low color

One thing that continues to amaze and confound me is the amount of black & white photography you see everywhere these days. On my streams at Google+, Tumblr, and Flickr, it’s sometimes almost half of the photos that appear, even … Continue reading

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new ideas

Recently, as part of PhotoMidwest, I heard a talk by photographer George DeWolfe. He is well-known as a workshop leader, as well as a photographer, and at the lecture he described his ideas on contemplative photography. His basic idea is … Continue reading

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