Category Archives: Unique Color Photography

WEATHER

I was at the Santa Fe Photo Workshops. Arthur Meyerson was teaching.  Arthur is a great photographer from Houston Texas.   It was raining in Santa Fe that day.  Our usual workshop schedule was to break for lunch then go … Continue reading

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FINDING GOOD LIGHT

Good light will help anything look good. This shot was done at sunset with a model running back and forth in front of me.  I took lots of shots. I was a little late to the party so by the … Continue reading

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COLOR CAN MAKE A PHOTO UNIQUE

Sometimes it is the color in the photograph that makes it unique. In this case it was Kodak’s EIR film.   Sometimes it’s the subject.  Usually it’s both.

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SEEING GRAPHIC IMAGES

Photography is about seeing. . . NOT about the latest and greatest camera. Photography is also a state of mind that allows you to see the world not just in front but behind, above and below you.  Taking time to … Continue reading

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