Tag Archives: Black and White

Filters….The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same

It was 1991 when I began using a computer to enhance my photographic images. Photoshop 2.5 was the industry standard, and, although there were other software programs available (some I liked MUCH better, such as Live Picture) it was Photoshop … Continue reading

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The “After Show” Effect

After a few months of preparation for a photo exhibit at the #Andaz, I find myself suffering from what can only be described as a form of postpartum depression.   The show went well. The response was very positive, and … Continue reading

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The Devil is in the Details

As with so many things in life, the old saying does indeed hold true. “The Devil is in the details”. For the past 2 months or so, I have been preparing for a showing of my most recent photographic work. … Continue reading

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My Epson R2400 Printer is a CHAMP!

Want your printer to work at peak performance? Want a printer that spits out print after print without clogging, needing to re-align the printer head and wondering why is my print…(fill in the blank, too dark too light too magenta, … Continue reading

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It’s All About the Print

Digital photography has created a generation photographers who’s final product, for the most part, is viewed on an illuminated screen. This might be a monitor, either computer or TV, a tablet or even a phone. Soon it’ll be a watch … Continue reading

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Creating a Great Scan = Printing the Unprintable

After years of creating 8X10″ black and white contact prints, I am generally able to look at a negative and, after a quick inspection, decide if it’s going to be a struggle or not to create a quality print. Using … Continue reading

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My 8X10″ Negative Conversions: UPDATE 2 / Epson Scanner Has Arrived

This is the third installment documenting the conversion of my black and white film negatives, of which the majority are 8X10″ format, to digital files. I started off this process searching for an inexpensive method that would provide a usable … Continue reading

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