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Ink and watercolor on paper, 11 x 14 in.
Do you need them? Can they help?
Some observations on a recent watercolor.
Some thoughts about watercolor paints and processes.
Everyone understands that screens are not paper. So when our photo prints come back looking flat and muddy compared the vibrant image on our monitor, we are disappointed but not exactly shocked. Can this be prevented?
Good advice well presented.
The Micro Four Thirds camera format still offers many attractions. In this post I look at five M43 lenses
Exploring aspect ratios in photography, fine art, and publishing.
A seemingly ordinary clump of turf is actually a radical step in Western painting — and one of its masterpieces.
How can we convert an image made of pixels into line art?
Adobe has released a feature that expands on the previous “enhance details.” Super Resolution uses artificial intelligence to increase the resolution of camera raw images. How well does it do?
Photoshop 2021 has introduced some AI features that are a mix of exciting and disturbing.
All taken 14 April 2020 with a Samyang / Rokinon 12mm f2 (wide-angle) lens.
An exhibit of Riso printing presented at San Francisco State under the auspices of the faculty and students of the Design Gallery class of the department of Visual Communication.
Working with Garamond Premier Pro for my book on Persian ceramics, I have been impressed by the range of sizes and weights the typeface includes. There are regular,…
the Blend If function is one of the most powerful in Photoshop. Watch a video from Phlearn.
Dating from 1617-1618, this mosaic on the upper level of the facade of the basilica of San Marco is made up of tesserae—small pieces of colored glass, stone, and enamel set in plaster.
I don’t do much portrait photography. Most of my people shots are casual and unposed. The majority are of family, and it seems we are often wearing sunglasses….
Art is the Flower. Life is the Green Leaf. Let every artist strive to make his flower a beautiful living thing,something that will convince the world that there…
Albrecht Altdorfer, a contemporary of Copernicus who worked in Regensburg (today a German city of 138,0000 near the Austria and Czechia borders), was a leader of the Danube school of painting….
Greg Fallis, on the website gregfallis.com, does a service in reminding us of the history of the statues of the Charging Bull and the Fearless Girl. I live on the West…
Recently I visited Sohier Park in Cape Neddick, York, Maine (near Ogunquit). About 100 yards offshore on a small rocky island perches one of the prettiest lighthouses I have…