There’s a fine new PDF-eBook by Craft & Visions: Andrew S. Gibson once again shows inspiring images, tips and suggestions. You can get his eBook „SLOW: The Magic of Long-Exposure Photography” until November 18 for 4 US$, if you use the promotial code SLOW4 when checking out. (Then for 5 US$).
Everybody who likes may abstract images (see below) finds guidance in this eBook how it’s made. Continue reading →
Craft & Vision launches a new quarterly photo magazine as ad-free PDF for 8 US$ only per issue or 24 US$ for the 1-year subscription (4 issues). The first issue has 132 pages, contents portfolios of three photographers and many articles being written with the understandng that this is not only a technical matter but an artistic one. Continue reading →
On the way to an unknown forest I saw from the corner of my eye the presence of these trees on the horizon. Standing together and yet each one an unique being with distinct shape: elegant, plump and nervous. On the next morning before breakfast I investigated the best location with my tripod in drizzling rain— ideal weather for the mood I had seen the day before— and composed this picture. Continue reading →
Dodge & Burn – who of them old darkroom freaks does not know these terms! These procedures already enabled Ansel Adams1) to manage high contrast and lead the viewer’s eye. At his time you had to treat every single print of the same negative again and again. Nowadays one can handle it precise and repeatable better than ever. Continue reading →
Starsfellonlivaniana is publishing pictures around the Cretan village of Livaniana and the sistersite Bluesonplanetmars is traveling sometimes to the cities, distant countries and other worlds. Continue reading →
From time to time I have made a fine art print for me or one of my customers. To see a photograph sized 30 x 40 cm on the wall is very nice. Precious fine art paper can polish an image. If you obtain an additional (acid-free) passepartout, it will give your photo greater durability and extra aesthetic touch to accentuate the picture. Continue reading →