Monthly Archives: June 2015

Textures with onOne Software — Steve Dreyer

Photography provides an expressive way to share passion and interest in the people, places and everyday scenes and objects experienced on a daily basis. For the fine art photographer it is that passion that drives and oftentimes motivates us to experiment with a variety of techniques – whether they are done with film, digital in-camera or in post-processing. Comments from visitors to my recent gallery exhibits in Cold Spring, New York and in New York City provided some insight into

Tillman Crane Workshops 2015

Tillman Crane has announced his 2015 workshops, starting with his Spirit of Structure workshop January 18-23, 2015. Tillman is an excellent teacher, and this is his third year photographing in north central Alabama. In this workshop you’ll look for stories behind structures and recording changes as main street is reinvented with new purpose and function. Find out abobut this workshop and many more more on his website at:  http://www.tillmancrane.com/workshops.php

Soon to be owner of a Camera Obscura

I admit it, when I read Bob Hirsch’s interview with Les Cookson, I immediately wanted to buy his new Camera Obscura…I ordered on! I really am thrilled to use this as a teaching tool, plus I want to make images with it. In case you missed the interview, here is the link to an article about a very interesting guy and a beautiful camera obscura!   http://thehandmadephotograph.com/interview-with-les-cookson-maker-of-historic-optic-devices-robert-hirsch/ -Wendy

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