Tag Archives: blur

summer

Work is progressing, if slowly. There’s been a broadening of my practice, of late. One aspect of that is the technique of layering. Usually, what I want is two photos that complement each other. Other times, it is the more … Continue reading

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light & shadow

There’s something to this technique that I really like. A softness and gentleness. It evokes and suggests. A person makes a space. Existing. Meaning emerges from the shadows and its collaboration with the light. One light. The light. Skin is … Continue reading

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working

Lately, I haven’t been taking many photos. But I have been using the time to work on my website. I’ve neglected it too much in the time that I’ve had it and I feel like I need to get it … Continue reading

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emerging

Continuing with my explorations of in-camera texture effects. There’s something fascinating about layering as an element of setting up a photo. It adds a certain amount of chance into the equation. And that’s all for the good. Being personal, too, … Continue reading

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blurred

Lately, I have been exploring blur effects. It has been very fascinating work. There are many aspects to this and each sort of subject has a different response to working with time. Of course, things that have constant motion, such … Continue reading

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