Photography

All things on the many varied processes and mediums of  fine art photography.

Photography: Realism Digital Art

How Jacob Surland turns his realistic photos into digital art.

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Sight, Unseen: Color Photographs 1940 to 1960

The slides in this book are all from a set I came across by chance, and bought after seeing less than a half dozen images.

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Celestial: Simple Photography Tutorial

I’d like to share with you my workflow in the creation of this “spacey” image!

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A Different Approach

This week we were asked to do prop gathering and then play around with more side lighting.

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Knowledge: Still Life iPhoneography

I wanted to share these two versions of the books I shot with my iPhone6.

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Photo Recipe Book: Recipe Number 1 (Tower)

How David Hayes used his iPhone to capture the image “Tower.”

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Photography: Peopling Your Travel Photos

Getting people into (or out of) a shot can present several problems that photographers…usually don’t encounter when taking photos of landscapes or inanimate objects.

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Imaginary Realms

George Fellner uses light (natural and artificial) with Iceland Spar Calcite to create his works about universal consciousness.

Jeff Alu: Single Image or Series

Jeff Alu debates the pros and cons of photographic series: do they help the viewer comprehend the project? Does each picture carry the same merit?

Jeff Alu: Playing with Scale

Jeff Alu shows that "to appreciate something that might be overlooked you need to present it from a different perspective than what reality allows."

Seeing in New Ways

Jeff Alu suggests an alternative way of approaching photographic composition beyond subject matter as seen in his pictures of fractals.

Alex Hall: Photography

Alex Hall gives a behind-the-scenes look at his hybrid photography and digital paint combining images from USGS Bee Survey and a visualized music app.

Two Up

David Hayes follows a prompt: "utilize two sides of a square...allow for room to breathe....shoot top down..."