WEBINAR: Artistic Techniques in Phone Photography, Today 3PM EST

This webinar will be a discussion of the strengths and weaknesses of phone cameras, and ways to utilize them effectively, including add-on lenses and editing applications. This webinar is sponsored by Datacolor . David Saffir and I will be discussing a range of sample images, chosen for their value in illustrating phone photography methods andContinue reading “WEBINAR: Artistic Techniques in Phone Photography, Today 3PM EST”

Comparison: How Using a Lensbaby Affects Photography

I recently had the opportunity to shoot with my long-distance friend David Saffir. We are usually thousands of miles apart, so this was a great chance to work side-by-side. One of the goals of the shoot was for David to experience Lensbaby’s lenses and macro attachments, and since the upcoming webinar Datacolor is co-sponsoring withContinue reading “Comparison: How Using a Lensbaby Affects Photography”

WEBINAR: Exploring Photographic Composition in Landscape and Still Life, Today 3PM EST

This webinar will be an unscripted discussion of composition, gesture, and other factors that make images work, co-sponsored by Datacolor and Digital Silver Imaging. David Saffir and I will be discussing a range of sample images, chosen for their value in illustrating compositional features, and in some instances, chosen for defying easy analysis. Please joinContinue reading “WEBINAR: Exploring Photographic Composition in Landscape and Still Life, Today 3PM EST”

Image Critique: Times Square Pedicab

I have received a great many comments on the image “Times Square Pedicab” and decided it would be a good image to use for a review of a number of image attributes, and of image editing to the degree that it was used to address the image content. Image Format The main factor here isContinue reading “Image Critique: Times Square Pedicab”