Monthly Archives: March 2015

The Future is the Past (or vice versa)

  From a TED talk in Manitoba, a fun look at how the past, at least for one photographer, Lief Norman, is becoming the future. A neat short history of photography and how it may presage the future.

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Introductions: Paul Barson

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Here is photographer who makes stunning, moody flower photos. Definitely worth a look. Thanks to Leanne Cole for featuring the work of Paul Barson.


It’s Your Image. You Can Do What You Like To It.

Here is a wonderful explication of that incendiary statement, “Your image is too ‘Photoshopped’” meaning that the speaker thinks it has been edited too much. In her brief note, Leanne Cole attacks this idea head on.  She includes lots of … Continue reading

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Birds, Bugs, Hail Storms and Scenics

A veritable feast of subjects graces our new offerings on the Bridge Lake Photo Group website. Diane Hopp’s bird photos are always stunning but she has outdone herself this time around, as evidenced by the robin above and the other … Continue reading

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Layering and Texturing in Photoshop and Elements

The scenes above and below are made much more dramatic by the addition of a blended texture layer over the original image. You can see similar images in Larry Citra’s Photographers Showcase page and also here. Larry and I are … Continue reading

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New Photos Added for March 2015

Photographs of tropical scenes make up a substantial part of the new images posted for March 2015.  Like the one below, such photos make us long for Spring: Alas, we are not there yet: But it is coming, at least … Continue reading

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