Category: Insights Shared
In the days of film photography, I experimented with super-slow ortho/litho high contrast film. It was never intended to capture grey scale images, or action, but when forced, it created some interesting images. In this example, I found the combination of exposure time, super bright daylight conditions, a tick of camera motion, and a wide…
Building on Decades of Passion for Imagery
You are now in my world of photography, where I spend most of my time now. It was once a place of film, dark rooms, and enlargers occupied time and space, creating images of black and white. Today, it’s all about the pixels and digital files, filled with color, detail… instant gratification – and it…
What File Size Do You Really Need?
Marketing often sells so much sizzle that it convinces us that we must eat half a cow to be satisfied with a burger. In digital imagery, it’s all about the Megapixel (MP). The bigger the better, or so they want you to believe. But, how much of this is real, and how much is hype?…