[LESS INFO] 31 VIEWS | ADDED 06:26:42 03/29/11
Today’s show is a little different. I was asked by the Center for Creative Photography to produce a video for an exhibition they are working on. The idea was to show a basic overview of the darkroom print making process including how an enlarger works, how a print is made and basic burning and dodging techniques. The timing is quite good in that we've been covering a whole series on black and white. So it fit into the series quite nicely.
[LESS INFO] 57 VIEWS | ADDED 18:37:38 02/20/11
Ansel Adams' original zone system involves manipulation of development times with film. In this episode we will explore using the zone system concept mixed with HDR techniques for digital cameras.
[LESS INFO] 30 VIEWS | ADDED 11:28:21 02/04/11
In this episode we will discuss some of the tools used in both traditional and digital black and white photography. These include light meters, various recommended books on photography and film types.
[LESS INFO] 25 VIEWS | ADDED 16:20:48 02/01/11
The first in a series of videos where we will be going over various black and white photography techniques. In this episode we will discuss an overview of monochrome photography in historical, commercial and aesthetic contexts.
[LESS INFO] 16 VIEWS | ADDED 21:47:18 12/27/10
One of my favorite photographers, Henry Fox Talbot was directly involved in the invention of photographic process and was an early, prolific photographer himself. In this episode we will take a look at some of his work including works from his book The Pencil of Nature.
[LESS INFO] 14 VIEWS | ADDED 16:33:00 12/26/10
By popular request in this Episode I'll go thru color profiles and how I set things up in my workflow. Just a word of caution - everyone shoots on slightly different equipment and has a slightly different setup. Take this as a starting point and test everything to make sure you get something that works for you.
[LESS INFO] 10 VIEWS | ADDED 08:54:21 11/22/10
In this show we'll talk about some money saving techniques for framing you images. Framing can be expensive to do it right, but you can do it without breaking the bank. We'll apply some museum framing techniques to over the counter frames to get good results at low cost.