I am pleased to announce my participation in a group exhibit featuring photographers from the Red Circle PhotoArts collective. The exhibit runs from November 2nd to November 27th at the Rye Arts Center in Rye, New York.
You can find more information on the Red Circle PhotoArts website at www.redcirclephoto.com.
A quick post to let everyone know that I am delivering a 2 hour Lightroom workshop in New York on September 28, 2013.
Here’s the link to the description and the signup instructions. Note that seating is limited to allow for questions and interaction with the attendees.
Click here for more information.
Hope to see you there!
Thanks to Photo Technique Magazine and Wendy Erickson, its editor, for publishing my article in the September/October publication. For those of you that have not seen the magazine and are interested in everything from technique to ideas about making great photographs, I’d recommend it.
Here’s the link to my article. I’d look forward to feedback and for any ideas you might have about future topics.
I recently had the chance to review Alien Skin’s Exposure 5 product and that review is on their blog as of this morning. The bottom line is that I love using it to simulate the look of film!
Here’s the lead-in text. For the full post, complete with before and after images, click here.
Like many photographers, my passion for image-making started with color and black and white film. I used Kodak Tri-X and Kodachrome, Ilford HP5 and many others. And while I now use digital cameras, I have to admit that I periodically look at my Rolleicord and Nikon F3 film cameras with a sense of nostalgia – and maybe even a longing for the look of film. That’s why I jumped at the opportunity to test Exposure 5 as soon as it became available.
But could it really satisfy my desire for the look of film? A resounding yes!