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Images like this increase my interest in developing my own film.That’s not going to happen for issues mostly of space but it does tempt me nonetheless.  The reason is that although I can manipulate my film scans in standard image processing software, I think they lose some essential “filminess” along the way. So if I want […]

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  It was very early in the morning; pre-dawn in fact. I took this shot of Lady Liberty and it needed to be pretty long — 50 seconds — just  to capture enough light. I was not trying for any sort of long-exposure effects and did not expect any. The Statue of Liberty is a […]

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  I am finding myself more intrigued by film photography right now than I have ever been — but this is not film.  This is in fact a 3-year old digital image made up to look like black and white film. The subject of course is the Guggenheim Museum on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan.   […]

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    It’s not my most dramatic or impressive photo, but I wanted to try out Capture One and this is one of the first images I settled on, from a recent outing with my online photo buddy Jim Nix. You can see his impressive work from the evening here. I didn’t intend this to […]

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  I’m not sure what it is, but something about this photo makes it look like a model set to me. I find it hard to get a sense of the scale of everything. The processing is simple and realistic enough, yet the result seems somewhat artificial. Maybe the lack of clouds is part of it.  I still […]

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