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Photography Project: Making a vintage postcard

When I first started photography, I was very excited to learn Photoshop.  That lasted about an hour, before I realized that I was so in over my head that I could not figure out how to do the simplest tasks.   134 more words

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Aerial Photography: Shooting skylines

In my last post I shared some of my infrared abstracts.  I also found it quite interesting to photograph the skylines as the plane was descending. 78 more words

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Photography and Color: Does it really make a difference?

I think we all know the answer is “yes”, but do we really realize how much?  I mean, is there really a color you can’t stand?   185 more words

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Photographing Sunsets

A colorful sunset never fails to take my breath away (and to stop me from talking for a few minutes).  You hear the adage, the best camera, is the one you have with you.   155 more words

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Photography Project: Photographing silly signs

Peter and I are always struck by the creativity people take in formulating their signs.  Here is a collection of interesting signs we have run across recently.

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Creative Photography: Using Topaz's Restyle

For those who follow us regularly, you know that I am in the exploring creative blurs and camera movement.  I sometimes find there is a mismatch between the color and tonality in the image and the graphic nature of the movement.   269 more words

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Photography Project: Collage from one type of subject

If you’ve been following us for awhile then you know I’m a sucker for collages.  When Peter and I were in the Palouse, we spent the morning at the Dahmen barn where the owner’s life project was welding thousands of wheels together to create a fence around the property.   98 more words

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