Monthly Archives: October 2012

Exercise: Managing Tone

These are the two original files, RAW and JPEG. Not much difference at this point. Following the course directions, the corrected JPEG doesn’t show much improvement because the orginal data is no longer there. I was able to lighten some … Continue reading

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Exercise: Raw

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       First images, in artificial light but gallery conditions that probably emulated daylight, so consider this the high dynamic range shot. The original had a huge dynamic range with clipping at both ends, and there was obviously more … Continue reading

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Liverpool Biennial Study trip

I’ve attended several study days this year and concluded that these are the single most productive activities I can do as part of the course. October’s visit to the Liverpool Biennial lead by Peter and Gareth was even more instructive … Continue reading

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The photography magazines bubble

RANT: 90% are doomed, or should be doomed. There is the contemporary art contingent which I exclude from doom, such as the BJP, Hotshoe, and a few non-UK magazines such as Popular Photography and American Photo and PIX. Then there … Continue reading

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