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Stand Out

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Multiple Shades of Gray

Black and white photography is not as popular in today’s digital imaging world as it was in the days of film. Yet it remains a reasonable alternative in rendering scenes with inherently low contrast, as in e.g. mid-day/ mid-Summer lighting where an abundance of light may overwhelm camera sensors, “washing out” the scene.
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Once upon a time in a forest far away…

This is a piece of digital art that I created using the tools of modern photography; both hardware (digital camera + lenses) and software tools (image processing computer programs.)
There was a time when I would have thought anyone describing his work in that way is …perhaps pretentious(?!) Why not just say “photograph” or “digital [...]

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Holocene Park

I couldn’t tell you what a *real*  Jurassic Park might have looked like –can’t travel back in time 100+ million years– but I can tell you that this is an image from the Holocene. This is now.  I’ve been there.  It’s a short walk from my home.

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Morning Glitter

Inspired by the movie: “A River Runs Through It”…
I lived in Montana once… but this particular scene is actually from my present hometown, Camas, in Southwestern Washington State

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Harbinger

“Turn, turn, turn” are the words made famous in song by Pete Seeger in 1959 and the Byrds, in 1965. To everything there is a time and a season in life, and the seasons must turn, one after another… nothing lasts forever.
The soon-coming season of dying leaves will serve as another beautiful reminder of this.
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Inversion

I am referring to the *optical* inversion often forced by snow.
Typically, in a work of the visual arts, the main subject is highly illuminated and the rest of the frame gets progressively darker as we move toward the edges. Our eyes tend to follow the light, so visual artists have traditionally used this simple [...]

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