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  One evening in mid-September last year I was in my office and noticed that the setting sun was giving off the most amazing light. As most of my colleagues were gone for the day, I walked around the floor, poking my head into unoccupied offices looking for the best combination of light and color […]

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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 is generally considered a poor idea to have a dominant out-of-focus foreground element in an image.  Our eyes naturally start with the closest elements in view. When we look at an image like this and see at that first blurry tulip just to the right off-center, it’s a bit disorienting. But I liked the way […]

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  A fine if uninspired photograph. I mostly enjoy it for two reasons: 1. I’m amused at how I was able to stand directly, dead center of the doors, and yet avoid having any part of me reflected; and 2. I also like how the door itself is in focus but the reflection of the […]

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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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