[Note. The bilinear and bicubic interpolation algorithms referred to in this article are the Matlab implementations. They are different from the Photoshop algorithms of the same or similar names. The Photoshop versions are reported on a few posts further on. Therefore, this post is primarily of academic interest.] It is axiomatic in photography that photon… [Read More]
The show opened on Friday, My big print looked pretty good on the wall: Now we’ll see if it sells. I hope so; I don’t really have a good place for it in the house.
Kim Weston is a talented photographer who specializes in nudes. He offers workshops both in the field and at Wildcat Hill, his history-rich house and studio, where his grandfather, Edward Weston, lived, worked, and made many of his famous images. Kim had a workshop over the weekend, and asked me to come by to show… [Read More]
On a forum that I frequent, a poster made the assertion that Lightroom memory usage was not so much a matter of the number of pixels in the image, but of the number of bytes in the file. That didn’t make any sense to me. I figured that Lr, like Photoshop, would decompress any file… [Read More]
Also in preparation for this weekend’s presentation, I found a slit-scan image that I’d liked previously. Since I told myself that I was only going to take fresh work, I looked it it with new eyes, and found something that I liked: Too romantic?