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?
While I was looking for the slit-scan sunset of yesterday’s and the day before’s post, I found one that I’d never printed: Here’s what it took to make it work: No Matlab work required. Also, note that I didn’t create that place in the center of the image where the sun brightened up.