Tag: processing

The Implicit Contract

The Implicit Contract

| July 5, 2018 | 10 Replies

I believe that such an implicit contract in photography exists (or should exist) only in some contexts, and that there is no such contract that applies unequivocally to all photographs, and certainly not to all art.

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Announcing: New Workshop Offerings

Announcing: New Workshop Offerings

| February 1, 2016 | Reply

Following on the success of our Visionary Death Valley workshops, Michael E. Gordon and I are proud to announce additional dates for 2016 and 2017. By participant demand, we decided to also add a new Processing and Printing offering following each Visionary Workshop, for those who wish to extend their stay, or for anyone who is interested […]

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Landscapes in Lightroom 5 eBook

Landscapes in Lightroom 5 eBook

| August 5, 2013 | Reply

I recently had the pleasure of previewing Michael Frye‘s new eBook: Landscapes in Lightroom 5. I was familiar with Michael’s eloquent writing style since first reading his Photographer’s Guide to Yosemite years ago. I since had the pleasure of spending some time with him in the field, and was delighted to see that one of […]

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Processing and Fast Food

Processing and Fast Food

| July 17, 2013 | 6 Replies

… while photographing, the “tecnician” takes over and obscures the emotional side from my view. When printing, the emotional side takes over. –Minor White A couple of decades ago I made my first foray into black and white photography. Naively, I purchased a roll of Kodak T-Max, exposed it the same way I was used […]

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