Tag Archives: Portraiture

Naked Truths (Part 2)

MOODY, EMOTIONAL WORK is the core of what drives me as a content creator. I think, I write, I create in various media, yet the same aesthetic values invariably lead to similar processes and conclusions. There is only one muse. My long-standing … Continue reading

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Naked Truths

Thinking, feeling, seeing newness in oldness, beauty in a soul laid bare, freedom to embrace it all. WHAT IS IT about old daguerreotypes, ambrotypes (collodion positives), and tintypes that still fascinates us nearly two hundred years after they were invented and replaced by … Continue reading

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Tutorial: When to Choose Monochrome

In my previous post I talked a little about why a black and white version of a photo is sometimes preferable to the original colour version. Below is an example (click on the thumbnails to enlarge) and explanation of a few handy points … Continue reading

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