The debate about post processing has been going on since the 1800’s. The great Ansel Adams was one of the great post processors of photography. He went as far as carrying glass plates with beautiful cloud formations on them to add to a blank sky images he captured with his large format land cameras. He burned and dodged in the darkroom to manipulate his images and he was so good at these darkroom techniques you couldn’t tell this was done.
There are basically two types of photographers out there. The Purist claims he gets his/her images right out of the camera with no photo post processing. The 2nd type of photographer uses graphics software like Photoshop to make enhancements to his images out of camera in an effort to perfect the look he/she had when shooting the picture. He/she is as much an artist as a photographer. So who is…
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American River College is a member of Viewpoint Gallery, and this membership allows you to attend many events free of charge. Viewpoint created the Student Program to help accentuate the education of photo students in the Sacramento region, and it’s a great way to learn more on specific topics by working artists, and a chance to get your foot in the door with the local photography scene…
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Waxhouse 2000, a recent follower to my blog site, just hooked me up to a very cool video about Oregon. I hope I got the link to the site correct because I’m sure you’d enjoy it as much as I did. It’s eerie seeing all the familiar places that I love so much on time lapse video. Makes me want to grab my camera gear and go on another photo safari. Anyway here’s the link: http://vimeo.com/117670644.