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The Vast Playground of Photoshop Brushes

May 08, 2018
I developed this script for a mini-class to be given at the Ulster County Photography Club in Port Ewen, NY on May 9, 2018. Brushes are among the most versatile and powe...
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A little excursion into number theory for digital artists

March 23, 2018
Back in the twenty-aughts, I think it was around 2008, I was invited to submit photographs to an exhibit entitled "Numbers." Based on the works that were selected (none o...
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On not leaving a mess

September 21, 2017
Several things came together for me this summer. The first was a question from an acquaintance, a painter and retired public school art teacher. He was asking where he an...
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Is a 2x teleconverter useful?

August 17, 2017
I have a 70-200 2.8 Nikkor lens that I am quite happy with. On rare occasions, I want a longer focal length. (I am not generally a nature or wildlife photographer). After...
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Photo Myths 2: Saturation

July 29, 2017
Photos taken in the bright sun are more saturated than those taken in shade or on an overcast day. Our hypothesis here is once again that the statement is literally true.
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